Perig Morisse @ PRODUCTION PERIG
A blockchain-based service that secures and stores an online distributed proof-of-existence for any document, as well as proof-of-ownership and document ownership transfer. This protocol is used to issue birth and marriage certificates, proof-of-identity, working licenses, healthcare access, and even property sale records, remotely or in-loco.
While not serving as document storage, documents and files are instead time-stamped and assigned a digital fingerprint within the blockchain to prevent unauthorized tampering and modification. It allows a public verification of the document’s date, authenticity, origin, integrity, and content without publicly disclosing the content itself. Biometric identification such as fingerprints could be used as a digital signature (or private key in cryptography terms) to prove that an individual is the owner of a particular document.
Without a customary gendered framework, it may be hard to understand any gender gaps in usage.
It may be hard to automate the compliance of information stored within the blockchain.
Help with immigration, specifically for refugees that often lack any meaningful form of identification.
Can target donor resources straight to women, through their own private key to access the funds received.