Blockchain was originally seen as an alternative to traditional banking, where the system offered smoother and quicker service experience. This led to natural hostility towards the technology by the financial institutions from around the world. Today, however, there are banks that understand the power of blockchain and that the future lies not in aversion, but integration of the technology in their systems.
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VeriME And Maritime Bank
VeriMe is a Singaporean blockchain based verification-as-a-service platform that facilitates other organizations in easy and fast user authentication. The platform relies on the secure, high speed working of blockchain to give its clients a cheaper and unparalleled service, allowing them to concentrate on their core services and let VeriMe take care of the working behind the verification of customers or other services.
VeriME offers two types of services, namely D-KYC and D-Secure. D-KYC is a digital identity verification system that performs Know Your Customer background checks for institutions, requiring no hectic and tedious form filling and document submission. D-Secure is a payment authentication service designed form merchants and banks, allowing them to process customer requests with ease. D-Secure, like the KYC counterpart, does not require face to face meetings or heavy document filing.
Maritime Bank, as one of the largest banks in Vietnam, has a broad base of clients and handles a lot of transactions and new customers in a day. By partnering up with VeriMe, the bank’s user and payment verification system load is transferred to VeriMe. The quick services of VeriMe ensure that no matter how much the processing load from Maritime is, it can deliver the quickest of verification services. Maritime benefits a lot as verification time for its services will drop significantly.
Maritime Bank is not the first Vietnamese bank that has partnered with VeriMe. Previous partnerships with Military Bank and CFC exist, giving their combines 5,000,000 plus users an easy way to verify themselves and the online purchasing done by them.
VeriMe, as a blockchain platform, offers a many-fold increase in speed of verification of individuals and payment services by providing a cost effective, high level of data protection, document free and third party free system. Traditional procedures are slow and tedious, involving a lot of paperwork, inflexible rules, unsecure and money intensive. VeriMe does away with all the clutter and smoothes the experience.
VeriMe has already partnered with more than 30 organization around the world, providing services to more than 300,000 merchants and their respective consumers. The platform is in talks with ASEAN member country partners for expanding in other geographical locations.
The authentication and the verification process of the VeriMe platform is paid for through its its internal token, the VME. It has recently completed a successful token generation event with more than 106,500,000 VME grabbed by early investors. The event saw 1 ETH being traded for 3000 VME.
For more information about the Verification as a Service platform, visit their website: https://www.verime.mobi/home
Source by Cryptocurrency.net