Permits and eligibility
Skills and learning
Governmental agencies, humanitarian organizations and institutions can distribute and monitor in real-time the issuance of digital credentials. The standalone certiif doesn't require any specific IT infrastructure and allows issuers to control the entire process.
Individuals from diverse backgrounds can now efficiently verify their claims pertaining to work, skills, permits, identity and eligibility. Everyone can instantly ascertain the veracity, integrity and validity of their claims and trust because credentials are immutable and tamper-proof.
WHY TAMPER-PROOF CREDENTIALS?
Every year hundreds of thousands of migrants cross the borders of western countries in order to seek asylum. The phenomenon of migration is certainly one of the most controversial and complex issues of our times, and raises questions in the countries where these people seek asylum.
Blockchain-based credentials would make significant improvements to ensure security and transparency in all the processes involving the refugees, simultaneously reducing the risk of fraud, the time required for administrative procedures and the operative costs.
HOW IT WORKS
Authorities define refugees' integration path. Entities involved issue an attestation at each step completion.
Attestations are "hashed" and published anonymously to the blockchain forever. Nobody can access, delete or alter such proofs.
Individuals collect credentials into a digital portfolio. They will be able to prove veracity and validity of their claims and rights,
Securely and anonymously stored immutable credentials and attestations with Blockchain technology.
Respect individuals' rights to privacy in compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Enable credentials and attestations' verification instantly and reliably. Monitor expiration in real-time.
A GLOBAL TREND
Blockchain technology offers a secure way to store and verify anonymous proofs easily. Around the world numerous pilots have already proven that immutable credentials and timestamping is a game-changer for IP protection, land registration, documentation and of course educational certification. Now that centralized approaches to identity have recognized downsides which make life harder for users and organizations, Governments are considering blockchain-based credentials and self-sovereign-identity as a possible next step.