Blinking has three main components Blinking AUTH module, Blinking KYC module and Blinking GDPR module. These components can be used separately or as a complete solution based on your business’ needs.
Blinking also features a KYC tool that operates on blockchain and Blinking’s basic architecture. Businesses that use the KYC tool take part in a trusted consortium and can issue clients with their Blinking ID.
Using the Blinking app, users can import their issued Blinking ID and provide it upon request to any other connected service for KYC purposes. The structure of Blinking ID is agreed upon within the consortium and usually consists of the user’s first name, surname, address, country, ID number, and type of verified ID (passport, driver’s licence etc.).
Blinking complies with the GDPR and can help businesses achieve full compliance. Businesses can store personal user data within Blinking’s blockchain-based architecture.
Users can control their personal data using their dashboard, while businesses have out-of-the-box GDPR compliant approach. Because it uses blockchain to protect & secure data, Blinking decreases storage needs and operational costs for businesses.