We embark on the journey to personality: what does identity mean? How do you get from the analog to the digital identity? Now that we know that our digital identity is made up of a huge amount of data worthy of some Satoshis, the question arises: what are we going to do with it?
The central management of money is a factor that is criticized in the camps of the crypto community again and again. Banks, like governments, have supremacy – they determine (in large part) how much and what money is in circulation. With his proposal to create a digital decentralized peer-to-peer monetary system, the legendary Satoshi Nakamoto created an alternative: Bitcoin.
The blockchain technology behind this revolutionary currency holds even more disruptive potential than the currency itself. In addition to typical fields such as the financial or electoral system, one aspect in particular is increasingly moving into the center of consideration: digital identity. Especially in areas often referred to as “social hot spots”, blockchain can help. Below is a selection of projects that answer the question of how the digital identity comes to the blockchain.