Camp Day Two July 19 Lightning Talk Formalizing Unique Identity On The Internet By Sergey Ivliev
Director, Cryptoeconomics and Blockchain Systems Lab, Perm State University
Human identity can be a basis of fair distribution of power and
resources - we are all born equal in rights. Existing digital identity
concepts rely on 3rd parties, require the release of private data, easy
to fake or buy, don't guarantee uniqueness. Proposed solution - massive
online synchronized Turing test and anonymous identity network.
Potential applications - Proof-of-Identity blockchain, Serverless
messenger, Free speech publication platform, Sybil-protected voting,
Self-monetized attention, Universal basic income
What will You learn?
Why existing digital identity concepts suck and what could be done to fix it
Sergey Ivliev holds a Ph.D. in Mathematical economics of Perm State University. He is a director of Perm State University’s Cryptoeconomics & Blockchain Systems Lab, which is the main organizer of the Perm Winter School on Digital Financial Markets (http://permwinterschool.ru) and Perm Summer School on Cryptoeconomics (http://perm.school)