XIN Feature Account Control Infinity Foundation May, 2017, v1 Content: 1. Account Control Overview 2. Account Control Usage Examples 1. Account Control Overview Account security is possibly the leading issue with the use of crypto-currency: how can a user secure digital funds so that they are completely safe from theft, given the increasing sophistication of malware and hacking techniques. Account control enhances the security of accounts and ensures that only specific people have access to funds, under specific conditions. Multisignature (multisig) for instance refers to requiring more than one key to authorize a transaction. This enables users to create accounts that can only transact with the approval of holders of specified Assets or Currencies, or to make transactions subject to Votes on spendings. Multisignature (often called multisig) is a form of technology used to add additional security and for XIN transactions. Multisignature require additional users to sign (approve) a transaction before it can be added onto the block chain. Phasing is another feature that allows certain phasing-safe transactions to be created with conditional deferred execution based on the result of a vote, on a list of linked transactions or on the revelation of a secret; or simply with unconditional deferred execution. 2. Account Control Usage Examples Community funds, Secure accounts, Decentralised Autonomous Organisations (DAO), Charity accounting, Private Investment Funds, Private Insurance Funds, Multisignature.