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ShoCard Solutions + Use Cases
Helping banks and financial institutions authenticate users.
Financial services spend a lot of time and money qualifying individuals–proving a user’s identity online can be a tricky business, passwords are hard to remember and easy to steal. With ShoCard, an institution could qualify an individual for a particular qualification (e.g., credit score > 700). The user is given the credit score and it’s saved locally on their phone and that individual’s certification is hashed and then digitally signed by the banks private key and placed onto the blockchain so that any other associated institution could then be passed that certification by the customer.Learn More
Website & App Login
Definitive authentication while protecting your customer's privacy.
ShoCard is a mobile-identity platform using biometrics that enterprises can adopt for definitive authentication while protecting their users privacy. This allows for a variety of use cases such as frictionless login services without username or passwords, repeat authentication, true-digital signature with non-perishable audit-trail and transaction authorization to prevent fraud.Learn More
ShoBadge: Secure Enterprise Identity Authentication
Identification validation has remained virtually unchanged for over 40 years, though technology continues to develop. With ShoBadge, companies can finally offer their employees and ecosystem of suppliers, partners and customers a great user experience with the highest level of security. ShoBadge eliminates the need for usernames and passwords within the enterprise to authorize network and data access, instead using a blockchain-based digital identity verification and authentication process.Learn More
Using a blend of blockchain-based data and facial recognition techniques, ShoCard both streamlines how airlines verify passenger identities as well as facilitating real-time data flows at the airport.
A passenger uploads their travel documents, which are encrypted and hashed on the bitcoin blockchain. The passenger is provided a “Single Travel Token”, which can be presented to the airline in order to call up those documents using a public key. Any airline terminal connected to this system can use this to verify the identity of that passenger wherever they present this token.Learn More
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