Blockpass Integrates Myki into ID app
08 May 2018 20:31 GMT

Authentication service Myki and self-sovereign identity application Blockpasstoday announced a partnership combining the power of identity sovereignty and cloudless password security.

In a statement the firms, said this partnership means that users will now be able to securely manage their own identity verification documentation, while being confident that their personal data is encrypted and secure.

Myki is a decentralized Password Manager and Authenticator that allows users to securely manage and store Passwords, 2FA Tokens, Credit Cards, Notes, Government IDs and Private Keys offline on their smartphones. The platform does not use any form of cloud storage. Users are in control of their data. Sensitive data is replicated in a p2p manner across users’ devices.

The partnership means that users will now be able to securely manage their own identity verification documentation, while being confident that their personal data is encrypted and secure.

Blockpass is a user-centric, self-sovereign identity application for regulated industries. Designed with full data security in mind, Blockpass ensures KYC and AML compliance for regulated service providers while eliminating third-party data storage. Blockpass has been developed as a step towards the Internet of Everything, and future releases of the application will include integrations of KYD and KYO protocols.

Of the partnership, Myki Co-Founder and CEO Antoine Jebara said, “We are partnering up with Blockpass who are working on an groundbreaking sovereign blockchain identity protocol. By integrating the Myki authentication within the Blockpass protocol, users can now be completely certain that their identity documentation and details are secure within their mobile phone. Myki’s cloud-less architecture adds additional layers of security protecting users from unlawful criminal activity.”