GoSecurity announces integration plans for Blockpass KYC Solution

Security Token consultancy service provider GoSecurity has announced the planned integration of a seamless KYC and identity verification procedure for onboarding new customers with Blockpass.

GoSecurity is a white-label technical platform for the tokenization of securities, and aims to offer a highly scalable solution for launching security tokens and managing campaigns. Through top of the line KYC, AML and accreditation procedures, GoSecurity provides completely compliant end-to-end services. That’s where Blockpass comes in, with seamless, one click customer verification.

Blockpass is a digital identity application and service which brings control back to the user. Blockpass provides a streamlined and cost-effective user onboarding process for regulated industries and any kind of online service. From the Blockpass Application, users can create, store, and manage a data-secure digital identity that can be used for an entire ecosystem of services or token purchases.

By integrating Blockpass’ seamless KYC verification process into their proprietary platform, GoSecurity will be able to offer premium, simple and compliant user onboarding to customers.


CEO of GoSecurity, Claus Skaaning:
“We believe that Blockpass offers a best-of-class solution in this field such that our clients can enjoy a fully compliant verification of their investors.”


CEO of Blockpass, Adam Vaziri:
“By integrating Blockpass’ KYC Connect Solution into the GoSecurity Security Token Platform, we are able to be at the cutting edge of everything this technology has to offer.”

Blockpass has announced a number of key collaborations recently, most notably with Edinburgh Napier University for the creation of the pioneering new blockchain research laboratory, the Blockpass Identity Lab.

With five fully funded Studentships and led by Professor Bill Buchanan, the Blockpass Identity Lab will focus on the creation of world-leading knowledge and innovation around citizen-focused systems which enshrine the right to privacy.

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