In the new and exciting world of the decentralized internet, otherwise known as Web3, we believe the foundation starts with having a digital identity that you own and control.
Your presence and interactions with companies online create a comprehensive digital identity, and not necessarily one that you have in your control. Currently, your personal data and digital footprint have been recorded and stored with little to no input from you as to how they will be used today or in the future. Instead, your data is largely controlled by the companies with which you interact: social media platforms, search engines, credit rating agencies, shopping websites, and payment tools. While many of these applications are “free”, they’ve captured every aspect of the information and content you provide and generate, and they often exploit and monetize your identity in return.
We believe that you no longer need to accept it as the status quo. A Web3 ID puts you in control.
Once you have an identity that you solely own, all digital asset associations can be tied to your identity. Digital assets encompass everything from cryptocurrencies to NFTs (non-fungible tokens) to physical items represented as tokens on the blockchain. With a Web3 ID, you’re able to seamlessly transact and interact with others using your integrated digital wallet in a similar way you utilize your real-life wallet today.
Web3’s success is far from guaranteed, and Web2 titans are betting that most people don’t care if they continue to control and profit from their users’ identities. We, and those who share our purpose, must create safe, user-friendly identity tools and the other necessary infrastructure applications to navigate Web3 so that this movement can reach its promise. Our Web3 ID SDK aims to do just that.
Our software solutions presently in development focus on preparing the world for the next phase of the internet’s evolution to Web3 – leveraging a Web3 ID to usher in a new era of control where all Web3 participants can access new opportunities.
For the first time in the internet’s history, trust can be a public good shared by everyone and owned by no one. Control of your digital data. Security. Transparency. Convenience. And most importantly, trust.
Our identity should be one of the easiest things to prove, and yet instead it’s one of the hardest things to confirm, one of the easiest things to steal, and one of the most likely things to be exploited by third parties. Blockchains is going to change that.
This is the chance to get it right. So, get in touch, and let's do it.