Taking A More Tactical View of Identity And How It Affects Our Daily Lives (Part 1)

PikcioChain
Dec 12, 2018 · 3 min read
  • Reusable. The data have already been validated and are trusted, so people accessing the information on the blockchain don’t need to re-validate the data every time. For example, you can present the same identity data to your mortgage broker and your employer to prove your residency without each company having to validate that data directly with a third party.
  • Protected. You choose who can access your identity data, giving proactive consent. Plus you can revoke that consent. You have more control over how much of your data are visible and to whom. Additionally, others will have to store less of your data on their own systems, reducing the likelihood that your important data are vulnerable to attacks on their corporate systems.
  • Verifying relationships between people and assets (because the identity of the asset also has to be verified first and then the ownership of that asset by the person can be verified)
  • Accessing information on behalf of another person for whom you have responsibility, without having to use that person’s credentials

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