FAQ

Frequently asked questions

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What can KYCT do for my company?

The Know Your Creator Token, a tokenized version of a
user identification process.
Two critical issues remain unsolved in the digital asset community:
Identity and proof of origin.
We are offering a combined solution that leverages the UBIRCH trust-backend for
proving that an asset belongs to a creator and was anchored at a
specific time and also a way to prove that a creator is not only the owner of the
crypto-identity but also a real person.

What are the current problems with NFTs?

NFTs have a lack of trust.
There is still a gap between the creator (maker) of an NFT and the buyer.
There is identity theft of all kinds, problems with proving ownership - origin of an
asset in a legally binding contract and also ensuring digital art based
on NFTs is currently a big problem.

Is KYCT Ethereum only?

For now,
other chains based on the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) will follow very soon.

Who is behind KYCT?

UBIRCH.
A digital data proof solution that brings security into data driven processes
and establishes trust between multiple stakeholders.
It’s one cloud-based proof machine enables everyone involved to verify
the authenticity and integrity of data received.
Founded and managed by experienced specialists in cryptography, blockchain
and data-driven business models, UBIRCH is combining robust cryptography
and modern blockchain technology into an innovative, easy to use SaaS product.
With a consortium of renowned companies, UBIRCH has developed
the official infrastructure of the EU Digital COVID Certificate for Germany.
But the UBIRCH infrastructure is not only being used by the government,
UBIRCH has clients in Energy, Healthcare, Insurance and Industrial IoT that
are relying on the integrity of the services every day.
The UBIRCH system is built to combine the best out of two worlds -
classic cryptography and blockchain technology.

What do I need to get started?

1. MetaMask Chrome extension
2. Chrome web browser
3. Personal Identification document (e.g passport, ID card) or cell phone number

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