Introduction & Use Cases


Add On: Face is an optional service designed for further authentication, verifying the same person by just taking a selfie and comparing it with the existing KYC data. This service verifies identity by comparing a newly taken photo of users against the image obtained from KYC process. It simplifies the authentication process, requiring only a selfie without the need for ID verification.

During the process, additional authentication is also possible as follows: verify whether a user is wearing head-protective gear such as a helmet, face-protective gear such as goggles or mask or whether the face is fully shown without any coverings.

Use Cases

Add On for Lost Password

If a user forgets their password, relying on standard identity verification methods may pose a security risk. Utilizing the facial authentication feature of Add On: Face allows for quick and reliable confirmation of one's identity, providing a secure avenue for password reset.

Add On for 2FA

When carrying out critical actions such as transferring large sums of money or signing important contracts, it is advisable to enhance security through two-factor authentication (2FA).

The Add On: Face feature complements existing methods like passwords or OTPs by adding an additional layer of facial authentication, thereby ensuring a more robust and secure process. This dual authentication procedure helps to bolster both user trust and system security.

Add On for Emergency Situation

There may be instances where authentication becomes a significant hurdle for users who urgently need to access services or information in non-routine situations. For example, in emergency situations overseas, mobile phone-based authentication or OTP methods may be unavailable. In such cases, Add On: Face authentication serves as an excellent alternative.

With just a mobile device and without the need for any additional preparations, users can easily complete identity authentication. This streamlines the process, making it both convenient and secure even in emergency situations.

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