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South Korea Embraced Did Based On EOSIO

  • South Korean Military Manpower Administration (MMA), on 21st January 2020, launched its first decentralized identity system on its blockchain-based on EOSIO.
  • The MMA blockchain has crossed 50,000 usage records with an enlarging no. of new users that are already using the DID system.
  • The system is really simple; all you need to do is scan a QR code through your smartphone and complete the screening through fingerprint reorganization.

South Korean Military Manpower Administration (MMA), on 21st January 2020, launched its first decentralized identity system on its blockchain-based on EOSIO, a next-generation, open-source blockchain protocol with industry-leading transaction speed and flexible utility.

It is for the first time they are using a DID system based on a blockchain that is adopted by any public institution, and if proved to be successful, it could serve as an example for future attempts.

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The system, in collaboration with Raon Secure, was developed by the South Korean government’s blockchain public pilot project. Raon Secure is a Korean authentication and security company, which provided ‘OMNI ONE,’ the EOSIO-based DID platform.

The very first result of this earliest month’s activity on the blockchain network declared and is clearly sufficiently great. The MMA blockchain has crossed 50,000 usage records with an enlarging no. of new users that are already using the DID system.

The actual number of potential users of the Civil Service portal is 1.65 million. And there are 3,50,000 people in the draft test and 1.3 million in the mobilization reserve army. This service could be broadened further shortly considering the no. of potential users and will have a great demand and usage.

The system is really simple; all you need to do is scan a QR code through your smartphone and complete the screening through fingerprint reorganization. The system is made simple to minimize the inconvenience of self-identification service of existing civil complaints and to shorten the time of handling complaints and establishing an administrative processing system.

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Steve Anderrsonhttp://www.thecoinrepublic.com
Steve Anderson is an Australian crypto enthusiast. He is a specialist in management and trading for over 5 years. Steve has worked as a crypto trader, he loves learning about decentralisation, understanding the true potential of the blockchain.

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