IAMX Journal #5

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🏫This week on the Identity Lounge
Tim, Co-Founder & CMO and Lise, Head of Marketing & Communications, discusses with our very own designers, Studio Schnauze
Topic of discussion is Brand Identity, how they create it, why it is created, and how it provides value. They also discuss diffrent elemtents needed to succeed in marketing
✌In a recent twitter poll, IAMX asked what aspects of identity authentication practices in Web 2.0 were the most problematic: Passwords, CAPTCHA (Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart), Form Filling, or All of the Above. Not surprisingly, the majority (70%) of respondents chose “All of the Above”. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if these, and the many other pain points of identity authentication in Web 2.0, could be left behind for good?
✅Interoperability is one of the most important topics in the crypto industry and by many thought to be the key to mass adoption. Account creations have been made redundant by Web3. When interacting with DeFi protocols, NFT marketplaces or the like, you only need to sign in with your wallet. With a Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI), you’re always in control of the information you provide to prove who you are. If you decide to place an order, you decide what you want to reveal, and for most types of e-commerce, your name and delivery address would be enough. And more and more businesses are integrating Web3.
🦺With the recent attack on IAMX, concerns about the safety and security of an IAMX identity may arise. The attacker wasn’t targeting IAMX identity information, but what if someone decided to do just that? How safe is the identifying information contained within an IAMX identity? This article will answer these and other questions about the safety and security of an IAMX identity.