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SelfKey uses the Ethereum blockchain and there are no plans to launch our own or migrate to another.
It is vital that you can find updates and keep up to date with all the recent developments. That is why we provide many different ways for you to stay informed.
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Yes, KEY is an ERC20 token on the Ethereum blockchain.
SelfKey does not provide the type of staking you might be familiar with from Proof-of-Stake tokens.
Instead, SelfKey will allow token holders to deposit KEY in order to unlock service providers in the SelfKey Marketplace.
The SelfKey Marketplace provides access to an array of excellent services. In March 2019, the Incorporations Marketplace was launched, and is now available from within the wallet.
This allows you to open a business abroad and pay for it with KEY. You can read a full description of the process here.
This is just the beginning however. We are already working on adding many new verticals like:
The great advantage of using the Marketplace is that you can access service providers with just one click using your SelfKey ID. This saves you time and provides more transparency regarding the amount of data you have to share with each platform.
Login with SelfKey enables lightning fast access to any integrated platform. You can imagine it as a button located on the registration/login page of your favourite service providers.
Users with a completed SelfKey ID will be able to click the button and gain immediate access, rather than having to complete a tedious registration process.
The SelfKey ID is stored on your computer or desktop device. SelfKey does not have access to it. Therefore, someone would need to gain control over your computer in order to manipulate or break it.
This makes the SelfKey ID very safe, and far superior to centralized, cloud-based solutions which are much more vulnerable to attack.
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You can find a detailed roadmap here, including planned product innovations and past achievements.
Please contact [email protected] for customer support. We will endeavour to help as soon as possible.
There is no planned token release.
No, there is no token swap happening and none are planned.
No, we are complimentary as we are building on the DID standard, meaning all DID's will be resolvable across providers and chains. Therefore, someone with a Microsoft DID for example, will be able to use the SelfKey Marketplace and vice versa.