DDIP (DIGITAL DECENTRALIZED IDENTITY PROTOCOL)

A unique system to share information between entities
  • DDIP is a system that allows, in the case of customer consent when necessary, two entities to share its information, eliminating the need for the same back office process to be repeated in each entity with which it operates.
  • A quick consultation allows to know if the client has already operated with another entity and, in such case, request the pertinent information in order not to repeat the whole operation, as well as getting more data.
  • We use blockchain technology to ensure the reliability of information provided between entities that do not trust each other, thereby avoiding both the costs and the vulnerability of a central system inherent in solutions provided by trusted third parties.

RaaS (Reputation as a Service)

In all cases where personal information is to be shared, it is imperative that the client gives his authorization. This ensures regulatory compliance and the provision of a value-added service.
If it has a good reputation, through this platform it can prove it to different entities. Thus, they have the option to provide personalized offers.

High Scalability

The use cases of this platform do not stop increasing, since knowing the reputation of a new client can serve not only to adjust more the offer, but also to speed up the compliance process, being the prevention of Money Laundering one of the most relevant use cases.
Also, there are verifications of public information whose shipment does not require the authorization of the client, but which are also repeated today.

Smart Contracts

Each identity has a unique Smart Contract in the platform, from which it interacts according to its role (institution, administrator, company or individual).
If the identity corresponds to a company, it can be managed in two ways: a) decentralized, each person having a voting capacity associated with their percentage of shares or b) centralized, with a single administrator.

More Big Data

Often, companies only have very limited data corresponding to the customer as their activity is very specific.
DDIP allows the reputation of a client to be shared between entities of different sectors, so that, through new records, it can improve the segmentation of clients and the predictive capacity of its behavior through machine learning algorithms.