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#基于EOSIO: IDPASS 将帮助最弱势的群体获得必须的服务/#BuiltOnEOSIO: ID PASS Holds Key to Essential Services for World’s Most Vulnerable

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 “自主身份”为数百万计人打开了卫生、银行、教育和公平的新大门

ID PASS团队说,在这个数字化不断发展的世界,身份在我们获得各类服务中起到至关重要的作用。但是,他们的研究发现,每七个人中就有一个人缺少相关的身份文件,导致他们无法获得和幸福息息相关的基础服务。

ID PASS是一个可持续的开源电子身份解决方案,其服务对象是政府和各人权机构。“这让他们可以对各类民众颁发去中心化、私人、可信、和可恢复的身份形式,不管针对的是公民、市民、还是难民。”Jeremi Joslin说,Joslin是Newlogic的CTO,他说这个软件公司过去几年都关注人道主义。

Joslin和Newlogic的另外三个联合创始人Jeremy Bethmont, Loic Bistuer and Greg Martel参加了六月份在香港举行的EOS全球黑客马拉松。他们在香港结识了Paul Wehner 和Raman Shalupau,其后这几个人携手组成ID PASS团队。这个团队获得那次比赛的金奖,因为它弥补了现行身份系统在隐私和安全水平方面的不足。

“我们想找到一个解决方法,”Joslin说,“我们调查了好几种标准,最后我们选定了一个基于RWOT团队(重启信任网,Rebooting the Web-of-Trust)的方案。方案的中心是自主身份,这个方案主要针对的是最弱势的人群。”

“所以这和区块链有什么关系呢?“缺少身份文件可能会让人们失去一些必须的服务,但是身份文件对隐私和安全却构成了威胁,”她说,“所以一个储存着所有信息的共享中央数据库并不是我们理想的解决方案。为了达成这个目标,我们就需要区块链,它既充当去中心化的公共密钥,储存个人的身份,同时它还充当储存信息的智能卡。

现在他们的产品已经进入测试阶段,这个团队也扩大了,现在他们聘请了一个项目经理、商业分析师、UX设计师和三个软件开发师。目前团队的侧重点是让人道主义机构和政府机关熟悉区块链,向它们展示区块链如何帮助它们达成自己的战略目标。近期,团队还将发布更多的开源代码。

Joslin感谢EOS社区和Block.one给他们提供的支持,他还告诉我们,他们的团队还在“和其它EOSIO项目探讨利用这个标准化的账户系统,是否有项目合并的可能性。”他补充说,他们和好几个组织合作,打算在2019年第一个季度先做一个测试项目。

 “EOSIO的区块链建筑有很好的账户系统,它关注应用效果、还可以充当联盟链,这些特征让它和我们要达成的目标相契合。”

ID PASS坚信,这个目标—给每个人,包括最贫困和最弱势的群体,提供稳健的身份文件—能够惠及数百万计民众的生活。

更多信息请访问https://idpass.org


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–开发者关系团队

原文/Original:

‘Self-sovereign’ identity could open doors to healthcare, banking, education and justice for millions

Identity plays an integral role in how we access a variety of services in this increasingly digital world, according to the team at ID PASS. And yet, their research indicates that one in seven people worldwide lack documentation that would otherwise unlock access to basic services vital to their welfare.

ID PASS is a sustainable open-source digital identity solution designed for governments and humanitarian organizations. “It enables them to issue a decentralized, private, trusted and recoverable form of identity to all population subsets, including citizens, residents and refugees,” says Jeremi Joslin, CTO of Newlogic, a software company that, he explains, has been involved in the humanitarian sector for years.

Joslin and his three Newlogic co-founders Jeremy Bethmont, Loic Bistuer and Greg Martel attended June’s EOS Global Hackathon event in Hong Kong. There they met Paul Wehner and Raman Shalupau, with whom they joined forces to work on ID PASS. An attempt to offer levels of privacy and security missing in current identity systems, it took top prize at the event.

“We wanted to find a solution,” says Joslin. “And after investigating various standards, we settled on one that is based on work done by the RWOT (Rebooting the Web-of-Trust) group around self-sovereign identity and implementing it for the most vulnerable groups of people.”

So where does blockchain come into the equation? “While the lack of an identity document may hinder access to essential services, having an identity document can also constitute a threat to an individual’s privacy and safety,” he notes. “So we wanted to create a solution that does not rely on a shared central database storing all the data. And to achieve that, we needed a blockchain to act as a decentralized public key infrastructure anchoring a person’s identity, and a smart card to store the data.”

Now nearing beta stage with the venture, the team has since expanded to include a project manager, business analyst, UX designer and three software developers. Current engagements include familiarizing humanitarian agencies and governments with blockchain, and demonstrating how it can help them achieve strategic objectives. They will also be releasing more open-source code in the near future.

Thanking the EOS community and Block.one for their support, Joslin also divulges that the team are “talking with other EOSIO projects about potential integration, which the standardized account system can facilitate.” He adds that they are engaging with multiple organizations to carry out a pilot project in the first quarter of 2019.

“With its account system, focus on performance and ability to run as a consortium blockchain, EOSIO’s blockchain architecture fits the objective we’re trying to achieve.”

That objective — of providing robust documentation of identity for all, including the world’s poorest and most vulnerable — is one that ID PASS believes could affect millions of lives for the better.

For more information, visit https://idpass.org


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-Developer Relations team

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