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Blockpass airdrop rewards KYC participants

Tony Zerucha

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  • Process begins today, conducted via Infinito Wallet
  • Blockpass is a KYC identity app where users can store their information for later use
  • Users can submit documents for verification, sign crypto transactions and submit their digital identity to third parties

In the lead-up to PASS token’s listings on Lykke, HitBTC and Gatecoin exchanges, Blockpass is conducting an airdrop of two million PASS tokens, beginning today.

The airdrop is being implemented through Blockpass’ joint venture partner Infinito Wallet – a universal cryptocurrency wallet. Infinito will have an airdrop link on the wallet dashboard on July 12. The wallet is available in both Android and iOS app stores.

Infinito Wallet natively supports the PASS token and cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, Litecoin, GAS, Dash, ETC, and Dogecoin. It also supports tokens of ETH ERC20 and NEO NEP-5 standards, with more planned on Infinito’s roadmap.

Blockpass is a KYC identity application for bringing the blockchain industry into compliance and mainstream. As a self-sovereign identity platform, Blockpass users can establish, verify, store and manage their identities, maintaining full control over all data involved. With an initial focus on human identity, Blockpass will provide a reliable and cost-effective KYC and AML service for regulated industries, blockchain merchants and service providers.

Available on iOS and Android, the Blockpass app enables users to create a new profile, send documents for verification, submit their digital identity to service providers to pass KYC, log in to Blockpass-enabled services, sign crypto-asset transactions, and access third-party dApps.

”Get paid to do your KYC,” Blockpass CEO Adam Vaziri said. “[This is a] once in a lifetime opportunity to be compensated as a user to get verified. Blockpass airdrop is to help you get verified and make your life easier every time you sign up with a service provider.”

Verified users of Blockpass do not need to do KYC again to use any financial services and ICOs that may be on the Blockpass platform. Merchants and financial services that use Blockpass to verify their users KYC data at a significant discount. Blockpass does not keep any data of users of its platform

Tony Zerucha

Tony Zerucha is an alternative finance journalist with more than seven years experience in the space. The author of more than 1,000 articles, Tony was named LendIt's 2018 Journalist of the Year.

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