Journal article Open Access

Pseudonym Pairs: A foundation for proof-of-personhood in the web 3.0 jurisdiction

Nygren, Johan

ABSTRACT: Pseudonym Pairs is a dApp for global proof-of-personhood, through monthly pseudonym events that last 20 minutes, where every single person on Earth is randomly paired together with another person, 1-on-1, to verify that the other is a person, in a pseudo-anonymous context. The events provide NYM tokens, global personhood tokens, untraceable from month to month and disposable, a sort of “temporary access tokens” similar to festival bracelets. The proof-of-personhood is that you are with the same person for the whole event.

Files (102.6 kB)
Name Size
PseudonymPairs.pdf
md5:5ad119b81113f280b79179ec083e2634
102.6 kB Download
2,317
565
views
downloads
All versions This version
Views 2,3172,317
Downloads 565566
Data volume 58.0 MB58.1 MB
Unique views 2,0422,042
Unique downloads 552553

Share

Cite as