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a new platform is built to make it easier to recognize the face of car device users. as well as a platform that can solve the identity problem on blockchain.
The Biometrids Platform lets people identify themselves with others who use facial recognition on their phones. Using a distributed ledger that does not change, everyone in the chain is unique. One face means one ID, and each unique ID. If you are recorded in that chain once, you will never be able to manipulate that ID again or copy that ID. This will prevent identity theft and fraud, and will also ensure users are those they say.
Token name is IDS.
There will be a total of 100,000,000 IDS.
- 5% will be sold in pre-ICO.
- 5% for prizes and advisors.
- 70% will be sold crowdsale.
- 10% for the team.
- 10% for foundation.
Pre-ICO will run for one week and the price is 910 IDS / 1eth. Crowdsale will run for four weeks and the price will be:
- Week 1: 665 IDS / 1eth
- Week 2: 550 IDS / 1eth
- Week 3: 500 IDS / 1eth
- Week 4: 450 IDS / 1eth
Pre-Ico and crowdsale will run until the end date, or until all the coins are sold.
- 10% for the team and 10% for the foundation will be locked up for three years.
Any unsold coins during ICO will be locked for five years. After five years, they will be resold to the initial investor in a private fundraising campaign. They will not be sold on the exchange.
APIs and SystemsThis could be a wallet, a bank, a company, a real estate partner, and more. If wallet developers want to use this system, they just apply the API; After that, you can use your face to get into your wallet and you will be able to pay it directly. The day shop has applied a lot of wallets, so it's very easy to make payments. Just scan your face and receive the requested payment. And off you go.
The same process will be used for public services. If you are stopped by the police, then simply scan your face and they can read your SIM on their device. The list of opportunities continues and continues.
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