Identity for a Connected World

Blockpass gives individuals control over their data and eliminates the painful process of having to constantly submit KYC data for every financial service or retailer they sign up for. For businesses, Blockpass is a shared KYC platform where a pool of pre-verified users is shared between businesses thus reducing the cost and time of on-boarding new customers.

Rating is generated via 4 crucial criteria
Team:

100%
Product:

100%
Vision:

60%
Experts:

87%
Last month's website traffic overview
Visits

3601

Time On Site

220s

Exit Rate

70%

Pages Per Visit

4

Key ICO project indicators

Ticker:
PASS
Platform:
Ethereum
Price Exchange:
1 PASS = 0.10 EUR
Prototype:
Available
Soft Cap:
60,000,000 PASS
Hard Cap:
400,000,000 PASS
Total Supply:
400,000,000
Token Distribution:
40%
Pre ICO:
-
ICO:
2018-05-31 - 2018-11-30
Country:
Hong Kong
Restricted Countries:
USA
  • April 2018

    Release Mobile application for Android and iOS Phase 1 Basic UX/UI Blockpass Verification workflow Identity External certificate application Backup and recovery Minimum viable product (MVP) of Blockpass Automated Verification API Blockpass KYC admin tool Third-party verifier integration Developer portal Blockparser Blockpass Connect demo application

  • Summer 2018

    Release Mobile application for Android and iOS Improved UX/UI Integrated messaging system Blockpass Automated verification Integrated messaging system Signed certificate generation UX/UI improvement Whitelisting smart contracts APIs and tool documentation to initiate open-sourcing procedure ID keys (Identity application enables the generation of blockchain-based keys for access to dapps)

  • End 2018

    Third-party dapps Mobile application white-labeling services Consolidation of tools Open source

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Adam Vaziri

CEO

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Hans Lombardo

CMO

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Thomas Leiritz

CTO

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Conor Colwell

Special Projects Director

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Toan Hoang

Technical Leader

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Caitlin Betts

Marketing Manager

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Cheryl Francis

Product Marketing

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Guy Davies

BD - UK/Europe

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Juhwan Kim

BD - North Asia

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Danette Wallace

BD - Southeast Asia

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Matthew Warner

Content Production

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Alex Apeldoorn

Token Economics

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Justin Maxwell

UK Projects

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Mihai Cimpoesu

Smart Contracts Advisor

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Junya Yamamoto

Board Advisor

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Sergij Foski

Advisor

Twitter

100%

Profile

35%

Activity

33%

Response

100%

Engagement

40%
United States:

-56%
Viet Nam:

62%
Australia:

0%
Poland:

-81%
Netherlands:

-46%
tokenmarket.net:

0%
mailchi.mp:

0%
support.bitfinex.com:

0%
coinmarketcap.com:

-86%
About Blockpass Blockpass is an identity application for regulated services and the Internet of Things (IoT). It is positioned as a first step towards the development of a fully self-sovereign identity protocol for the Internet of Everything (IoE). An identity application is a software product that allows users to establish (verify), store, and manage identities. The identities that an identity application platform can store include those of people, things, and of other objects. The current, initial, release of the Blockpass app provides an identity solution for humans. Future releases will include solutions for devices and objects. A self-sovereign identity application is a platform where users can establish, store, and manage identities whilst maintaining full control over all data involved. Data collected to establish a self-sovereign identity is not stored on any central server. Instead, the data is passed to the verifier (be it a machine or a human) to view only for so long as is required to create the identity. When the verification is completed, the data is sent back to the user’s own personal device. Blockpass in its first release creates user-centric identities, integrating a KYC procedure that involves data deletion at each step of verification, and that allows data to only be stored on the user’s personal device. At Any moment, Blockpass identities can be verified against a root hash, derived from a Merkle tree compose of hashes of the user’s data. The root hash of the Merkle tree is stored on a child chain, which can be entirely deleted at the user’s request. The Internet of Everything is an all-encompassing internet of things, and will be an open network where devices and other objects are connected to one another - and to their human owners - through the gradual embedding of hardware and software. In the IoE, the identity of every ‘thing’ or person is essential. Blockpass was conceived as a multi-purpose identity application for establishing these identities. Blockpass’ initial releases focus on human identity. Later, Know Your Device (KYD) and Know Your Object (KYO) protocols will be developed that verify ‘thing’ identities.