According to the United Nations and the World Bank, approximately 850 million people around the world do not own a legal identification document.

850 million people who don’t have access to:

  • Basic civil rights
  • Social protection
  • Health care
  • Education
  • Economic activities
  • Political processes

Our Main Goals

  • Create an inclusive non-authoritative digital identity system
  • Create a relationship of trust with credible institutions and entities and allow them to attest for the identification of citizens during certain events, for example vaccination or admission to the school year
  • Collect data in an independent and distributed way
  • The collected data will constitute the evidence that validates the citizen’s identity
    among the entities that they interact with daily
  • Ensure safety and access to the essential services to all citizens
  • Lower the number of people without proof of identity
  • Become legally recognized as an official and authoritative citizen identification solution tool

Key Ideas



Main Challenges

How to build identity

How to foster interoperability (within the system and with 3rd-parties)

How to build trust on the data managed by the system

Inclusiveness and usability

How to protect data (individuals and sources)

How to foster engagement of traditional structures, NGOs, and official entities (sources)