Personal information you need to collect
From the Services List, click on a Service's name then select the
KYC Requirements tab.
On this tab you can specify the
Identity information individuals must provide to register with this service.
Identity is comprised of two types of data:
Personal information provided by the Individual
Attributes can be either text (e.g. a name or address) or images (e.g. a selfie or proof-of-address).
Issued by Verifiers and some Merchant Services and attest to some fact about the individual and their attributes.
Note: This tab requires that you click the button below the form to save any changes.
Click to turn on the attributes you require, such as
- Email Address: verified e-mail address of the user
- Given names: also known as a first name, forename
- Family names: also know as a last name, surname
- Date of birth
- Phone number
- Residential address
- Proof of address: Picture of a bank statement or a utility bill with the name, residential address and date of issue.
- Identity Document
- National ID (verification not supported at the moment)
- Driving License (verification not supported at the moment)
- Crypto Addresses: Public blockchain address
- Ethereum address
- Bitcoin address
- Waves address
Click a selected attribute again to turn it off.
Click Save after making any needed changes.
Required certificates are normally specified by the Plan selected for the Service. These include
- Face Match
This certifies that the face of the individual with access to the mobile device matches the photograph in the Identity Document (e.g. Passport)
- Identity Document Authenticity
The certifies that the Identity Document presented by the individual is an authentic document
This certifies that the individual does dot appear on any Sanctions, Politically Exposed Persons (PEP), or Adverse Media lists
- Proof of address verification
This certifies that the proof of address shows the name and residential address of the users and that is a utility bill (excluding mobile phones), a bank statement, a credit card statement or a government official documents (e.g. tax returns)
Additional certifcates may also be requested, such as a 'Master certificate' issued by your service previously when the individual passed all your internal checks. These certificates can simplify KYC processing if you run campaigns for a number of clients, and/or often need to re-perform KYC validation again on the same individuals.
👉 Contact Blockpass if you want to issue custom certificates to approved candidates for later reuse.