The platform enables the legal identification of 1.1 billion undocumented people worldwide.
A prototype of the tool was unveiled at the UN headquarters as part of the ID2020 program by Extender and Microsoft.
According to David Tritt, CEO of the World Trade Center based on blockchain access technology, people without documented identities are vulnerable to exclusion from modern societies, and the prototype of access allows people to access and share relevant information without having to worry about using it. Or the disappearance of paper documents.
Using this tool, people like refugees will be able to display their identity and country information with satisfaction through a mobile application.
The ID2020 program aims to create a global identity, help individuals and refugees access public services such as health and education in a new land.
According to news published by Extender, the prototype and the final application will not store any personal details.
The identity system based on blockchain technology will cover more than 7 million refugees from 75 countries by 2020.