identity

There are a total of 17 articles associated with identity.
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Civic’s physical ID card system will be layered with the Civic Pass, a non-transferable identity token

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Freedom Tool will enable citizens to organize anonymous elections in a trustless way

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If a TLD is obtained, it could help close the gap between Web3 and Web2

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New EU regulation over online identification is a Trojan horse that threatens the privacy of everyday citizens. Web3 can fix that

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Coinbase said bringing identity verification on-chain is a logical next step for Web3 to increase security and transparency

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zPass is based on a research paper on “zk-creds” designed to use zero knowledge for age verification

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I actually want to own my own data, my digital identity and my online reputation

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The Kenyan government declared that all Worldcoin activities will be suspended until public agencies ensure there are no risks to the general public

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Students in North Dakota can utilize digital wallets, powered by blockchain, to share diplomas, transcripts and completed coursework

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If the Turing Test no longer works to tell you who’s on the other side of the screen, Web3 has some thinking to do

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Biotechnologies, artificial intelligence, and semiconductors also included in the emerging tech standards report

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One San Jose city official is keen on using blockchain tech to conduct government business

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Blockworks exclusive: Rise Works, an upstart crypto native payment processor, is looking to cash in on void left by TradFi banking blowup

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Two bills, signed into law by Utah’s governor, seek to establish verifiable credentials on-chain as well as afford DAOs similar rights to those of limited liability companies

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Polygon users will now have a portable identity across dapps, games and metaverses

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In a new era of identity, there is a lot to gain, but also a lot to lose for getting it wrong

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The South Korean government will launch digital blockchain-based IDs via citizens’ phones as it prepares for post-pandemic era

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