Own your Data
- others own your data
- you don’t control your data
- you pay with your privacy
- change your data in many places
- username and password jungle
- you own your data
- you control your data with your private key
- you decide who get your data
- changing data only once in your smart wallet
- no password jungle, only one private key
Do you know all the accounts that you signed up? Do you have troubles remembering your passwords? Do you really trust services that manage your passwords?
With our SmartLogin you can sign up for any online service as easily as with facebook, but with SmartLogin, you own your data.
Every time you sign up for a car sharing service or open a new bank account, you need to provide verified personal information. This is a repetitive, bureaucratic and time consuming process.
Your verified personal data is stored in your SmartWallet. In the future you can use our SmartWallet you sign up for a new car sharing service or open a new bank account with one click.
Today your data is spread all over the Internet. When you change your address or credit card data, you need to update this information on every single site separately.
With your SmartWallet – when you change your adress or credit card data – you only need to update that information once.
Limited privacy or no privacy at all! No control over your data that is stored on centralised servers of car sharing companies, banks, social media platforms, etc. You have no control over what happens with your data, who accesses it, nor can you delete it.
Your private data is hosted on a private server that only you can access with your private key through your smart wallet. Only you decide who can see your data. Easily retrieve access you granted to third parties with a single click.
your own identity.
easy access to services.
build your dapp.
At Jolocom, we work hard to bring great products to you that let you claim your own identity and data.
Disrupting the trust business
The trust business is little noticed but huge. Startups deploying blockchain technology threaten to disrupt it, and much else besides
‘In a blockchain world, having such a “self-sovereign identity” may well be a fundamental human right. Moxie Marlinspike, an anarchist entrepreneur, and others have already called for the abolition of the “ID-slavery” imposed by current national registration systems. A slew of startups, including Evernym, Jolocom and uPort, are working on services that will allow people to register identities.’
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