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06/08/21
Better digital living with blockchain-backed verifiable credentials
https://thepaypers.com/expert-opinion/better-digital-living-with-blockchain-backed-verifiable-credentials--1250869

 

'The development of digital verifiable credentials and identification has gathered pace during the pandemic. The NHS can now provide you with a digital verifiable credential to prove your vaccination status, securely stored in the NHS app and easily accessible, generating a QR code to prove to airlines and employers that you are fit to fly or work. But this is just the first step in the development of an enabling technology that can bring benefits to many areas of modern life.

 

Soon, proving your identification, address or qualifications will also be as easy as showing your phone. Further applications are numerous, with ‚ÄėKnow-your-client‚Äô protocols in financial services and the exchanging of legal documents when buying a property as just two examples.¬† Before too long, digital credentials could replace the need to present birth certificates, higher education certificates, utility bills, proof of age, proof of ownership, even passports. The need to keep, protect and produce paper-based credentials could be a thing of the past, just as your need for a cheque book has been eradicated.'

 

'Currently, the front-runner for a global standard is the W3C Verifiable Credentials Standard which is already being adopted by some early movers in the space, including Verafide, our very own digital verifiable credentials platform, and standardisation within the regulatory framework is edging closer.'

 

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1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

06/08/21
Better digital living with blockchain-backed verifiable credentials
https://thepaypers.com/expert-opinion/better-digital-living-with-blockchain-backed-verifiable-credentials--1250869

 

'The development of digital verifiable credentials and identification has gathered pace during the pandemic. The NHS can now provide you with a digital verifiable credential to prove your vaccination status, securely stored in the NHS app and easily accessible, generating a QR code to prove to airlines and employers that you are fit to fly or work. But this is just the first step in the development of an enabling technology that can bring benefits to many areas of modern life.

 

Soon, proving your identification, address or qualifications will also be as easy as showing your phone. Further applications are numerous, with ‚ÄėKnow-your-client‚Äô protocols in financial services and the exchanging of legal documents when buying a property as just two examples.¬† Before too long, digital credentials could replace the need to present birth certificates, higher education certificates, utility bills, proof of age, proof of ownership, even passports. The need to keep, protect and produce paper-based credentials could be a thing of the past, just as your need for a cheque book has been eradicated.'

 

'Currently, the front-runner for a global standard is the W3C Verifiable Credentials Standard which is already being adopted by some early movers in the space, including Verafide, our very own digital verifiable credentials platform, and standardisation within the regulatory framework is edging closer.'

 

 

Nvidia iirc creating the next gen blockchain specific tech to embed everywhere. no links im afraid

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59 minutes ago, webtrekker said:

 

 

Have you read Laura's book, GR? I'm partway through it and she seems to have a good grasp of things so far.

A far better book in my opinion is Scared to death by Christopher Booker,admittedly from 2009 but he didn't have to go along with a government mandate to publicise it

Every interview i have seen with LT left me with  the feeling that she's a smug ahole documenting things in far less detail that this thread has done except she profits from it

(no i haven't read her book and nor will i )

 

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Scared-Death-Global-Warming-Costing/dp/0826476201

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Orthodox Christian leader likens Sydney's Covid lockdown to 'mass slavery' and claims vaccines are futile in sermon:

 

http: //www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9832835/South-west-Sydney-Orthodox-Christian-leader-slam-vaccines-Covid-lockdowns-service-Video.html

 

'This is an absolute mass slavery at the core of it.' 

 

'I believe, even though I am not in the medical field and I am not an expert, that stress is the number one killer of the immune system'

 

What a refreshing change to clergy in this country.

 

But it isn't really surprising since the raison d'etre of the C of E has always been subservience and conformity to authority.

 

The RC hierarchy are no better - maybe even worse - like they are grateful that the British parliament has finally accepted them, and longer hangs them or shuts them in dungeons, as it did in earlier centuries.

 

 

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12 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

06/08/21
Better digital living with blockchain-backed verifiable credentials
https://thepaypers.com/expert-opinion/better-digital-living-with-blockchain-backed-verifiable-credentials--1250869

 

.  Before too long, digital credentials could replace the need to present birth certificates, higher education certificates, utility bills, proof of age, proof of ownership, even passports.

 

 

the money system used to be loans from rich families or breadline earning from rich families resulting in the debtors prison and a iron clad ceiling to earning potentials and lifestyle

 

then a change in monetary policy allowed people to create their own money based upon their ability to earn into the future.  This futures system created money out of thin air however the people were their own creditor and they were their own debtor.

 

now, the rich people want a return to  the old ways of debtors prison and fixed lifestyle and earnings however this will be through 'life pathways' utilising tech such as 'digital credentials' .

 

the debtors prisons will be virtual and ones life path to be dictated

 

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6 minutes ago, Orange Alert said:

 

The protestors in Paris have a very stirring guillotine drum roll going, unlike the tub thumping at the UK protests.

I get knocked down but i get up again,cant think of any french songs that are quite so sing alongy although Plastic Bertrand might have had a case until you translate the words into english

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18 minutes ago, zarkov said:

 

Nvidia iirc creating the next gen blockchain specific tech to embed everywhere. no links im afraid

 

Just read that Nvidia and AMD are both working on blockchain tech. The articles aren't very specific about what for, but you're right to be concerned as I have read about Nvidia involvement in a lot of ID and biometric projects.

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30 minutes ago, zarkov said:

NSW POLICE VS SOUTH WEST MAN

 

How to negotiate with oppression ;)

 

 

 


This is whats going to happen eventually, the people are going to start fighting back.


Though the Police might have the upper hand with training and weapons, they could never ever hope to beat the public on numbers.
 

 

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1 hour ago, Roscommon said:


This is whats going to happen eventually, the people are going to start fighting back.


Though the Police might have the upper hand with training and weapons, they could never ever hope to beat the public on numbers.
 

 

Think your right.

& we can adapt if thats the direction they wish to pursue.

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57 minutes ago, Frankieboy said:

Exactly !

maybe the Preppers where right in some aspects 

 

Please share such info on  the Surviving the NWO thread , makes it easier to find such info

thanks

 

Thank you for the invitation.   I will be over to your new thread, there is much to share and consider on the subject. Our time is limited to get out of Dodge.

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Just now, zarkov said:

Think your right.

& we can adapt if thats the direction they wish to pursue.


Like in Northern Ireland.

 

At the start of the troubles in 1969 the IRA had a few dozen members and a small handful of arms. Ten years later the had become arguably the most succesfull guerilla army of that era with around 10k members millions of supporters and enough determination and firepower to keep 10's of thousands of British army troops being needed to to try and keep them in check.

 

Not saying that's the way to go, but the (so called authorities) could do well to remember that if they lose the support of the General population their days are numbered, and current police tacticts seem to be pushing people in that direction.

 

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5 minutes ago, Seeker said:

About 90% if people are, or just clueless as they only watch MSM. This is why I’m pessimistic 

 

Yep, or just stubborn and in denial, or shills with some kind of dog in the fight. It's hard to tell these days, especially when reading text on the internet when you can't read their body language.

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6 minutes ago, Roscommon said:


Like in Northern Ireland.

 

At the start of the troubles in 1969 the IRA had a few dozen members and a small handful of arms. Ten years later the had become arguably the most succesfull guerilla army of that era with around 10k members millions of supporters and enough determination and firepower to keep 10's of thousands of British army troops being needed to to try and keep them in check.

 

Not saying that's the way to go, but the (so called authorities) could do well to remember that if they lose the support of the General population their days are numbered, and current police tacticts seem to be pushing people in that direction.

 

Never forget the UK government can only ever call on 450,000 armed forces ,police and other assorted traitors to protect them,and they can never muster that number in one place at one time (there is the thorny question of UN 'peacekeepers' but thats another debate)

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4 minutes ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Never forget the UK government can only ever call on 450,000 armed forces ,police and other assorted traitors to protect them,and they can never muster that number in one place at one time (there is the thorny question of UN 'peacekeepers' but thats another debate)

 

Here in Ireland we have an army of only 10k personel and 17k guards (Police) with a population of well over 5 million.
 

 

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