Privacy-focused internet browser Brave will use Civic's identity verification services to ensure that publishers are paid for their content.
Digital security firm Gemalto is teaming up blockchain startup R3 to pilot a new platform aimed to bring digital identities closer to the mainstream.
IBM is working with Hu-manity.co, whose Android and IOS mobile app gives users a title of ownership, akin to a property deed, for their personal data.
Civic needs a network of users, so it's offering free KYC for business partners and funding the effort with its reserve of tokens.
Coinbase is advancing its push into developing a secure digital identity platform by acquiring San Francisco-based startup Distributed Systems.
The first developer to code alongside Satoshi couldn't stay away from crypto for long. He's now helping to launch a new token.
Tech conglomerate Hitachi and teleco giant KDDI are piloting a blockchain payments system that can identify shoppers via their fingers alone.
Civic secures a high-quality URL from a longstanding internet company, raising the profile of the whole blockchain industry.
Around 40 participants have trialed a "self-sovereign" know-your-customer application that gives customers more control over their data.
Digital identity is scattered and insecure. ConsenSys' uPort project wants to rework the internet to make "self-sovereign identity" a reality.