Today, Nona is announcing a partnership with Civic, the company that is revolutionizing digital identity with blockchain-based technology. Nona will work with Civic to broaden the capabilities of Civic’s digital identity verification platform.
Nona is a leading software development studio with a focus on blockchain technology — both locally and abroad. While the company has been part of a group of blockchain enthusiasts pioneering the planning, use and implementation of this technology, it is now a go-to establishment for interrogating blockchain concepts and building DApps and smart contracts for a number of promising organisations. Seeing recent successes in New York and London with blockchain consultation and deep immersion workshops, Nona has positioned itself as a front-runner in this growing arena and continues to seek out and help implement some ambitious projects within the space.
Civic is a visionary digital identity-verification platform with a mission to provide everyone with a digital identity that they can use to interact privately and securely with the world. Civic currently offers a portfolio of decentralized identity verification products that are available worldwide and authorize the use of their identities in real time. Civic recently introduced a Civic token that participants in the ecosystem will use to provide and receive identity-verification-related services. The company sold $33 million of its tokens during its token sale event in June 2017. For more information, visit https://www.civic.com.
Statements from Nona and Civic CEOs
When asked about the significance of this working partnership, Nona CEO, Mike Scott put it plainly: “Civic is an exceptional fit for us because its engineers are so committed to the quality of the technology produced, and they are qualified pioneers in the blockchain space. Through all the hype, they are creating a legitimate product with a real business model, and for us — this structure, planning and real use case potential is key. We are also excited to be working with some fellow South Africans on an international project”.
Similarly, Civic CEO and Co-founder, Vinny Lingham, quickly saw the partnership potential. “This collaboration is another promising step towards building Civic’s ecosystem for on-demand, secure, and low-cost access to identity verification services, and we look forward to working together”