Nikhil Vadgama

Nikhil Vadgama

Nikhil Vadgama is the Deputy Director of the UCL Centre for Blockchain Technologies. He is the Programme Director of the MSc Financial Technology and a Lecturer at the UCL Dept. of Computer Science.

Location London, UK


  • Important to note the difference between digital signatures used to verify the identity of a sender, and a sender encrypting information that can only be read by a particular recipient. If the sender only wanted information to read by a recipient, they would encrypt the message with the recipients public key and only the recipient would be able to read it by...

  • Yes you are right that it should be "Person B can verify that the message came from Person A through using Person A’s public key to authenticate Person A’s signature". Well spotted!