Whitepaper: Identity in times of need

An officially-recognised form of ID plays a critical role in enabling an individual exercise rights such as voting, as well as gaining access to essential social and economic services such as education, and healthcare.

Imagine trying to apply to university, open a bank account, apply for a loan, or prove your eligibility for health insurance, without an ID; quality of life and opportunities become severely restricted.

Read more in the whitepaper: Identity in Times of Need