BLOCK PORT ID
Blockport™ ID is your digital passport on the blockchain. This is our alternative digital identity system powered by blockchain that can not be altered or faked. Many of our app features make use of Blockport™ to secure our platform from fraudulent transactions. Powered by Indigen.
The Need For Decentralized Identity System
The idea to develop Blockport™ ID was brought forth by the lack of an efficient and secured identity system in our country, and the cumbersome procedures in acquiring a Government ID. That is why a lot of individuals in the Philippines still lack a valid ID to help them avail of various services.
The usual victims of inefficient identity systems are the poor population as well as the indigenous people. Right now, we only have general statistics of our total population, and even our own government can not specifically determine the exact numbers of our indigenous people, and pinpoint exactly where they are all located, nor differentiate them all based on their tribal origins.
Thus, Blockport™ ID was born.
Blockport™ does not only cater to the general adult population. We have no age restrictions for we believe everyone deserves to have a formal and valid means of identification. However, to respect everyone's privacy, we do not keep the identification documents that our users submit for identity verification. After we have verified the identity of an individual, we securely delete the document.
Identity System for the Indigenous
Blockport™ is the only identity system we are aware of that has an identification feature specific to indigenous people of the Philippines. When you register for a Blockport™ ID, you can choose your specific native origin or indigenous group. This way, if a third party wants to offer services specific to a particular tribe, they can verify the exact recipients using our mobile app.
If we are able to implement this on a nationwide scale, Blockport™ will be able to help determine the exact population of indigenous people in the Philippines, their exact locations and classify them based on their native groups.
This can help our government efficiently deliver proper services and assistance intended to every classification and location of our indigenous population.