The enterprise ShareRing threw in Contact traceability solution based on a blockchain network offered to 2.6 million hotel and activity providers currently using one of the company’s services. The anonymous use of electronic passport hopes to solve the privacy issues faced by similar traceability applications.
The ShareRing app, which focuses on the $ 9 billion tourism industry, allows users to upload important documentationsuch as electronic visa on arrival (eVOA), passport information, travel insurance, flight and accommodation reservations, and a negative COVID-19 test result.
If an application user subsequently tests positive for the virus, The application anonymously sends the required information to the governmentThis allows other people to be notified when they have had contact.
The application can also be integrated into eVOA systems, Travel insurance companies, airlines, hotels and other relevant organizations, Companies can search the application for test results without revealing any personal information. ShareRing co-founder, Jane Sadler-Kidd, stated that the documentation and personal information does not leave the device:
“When someone signs up for a ShareRing ID, we take their photo, selfie video, name, date of birth, address, etc. and store it in an encrypted file that never leaves the user’s device. We also take a ‘fingerprint ‘of the data and documentation and we save them on the blockchain platform. “
To expedite adoption With ShareRing, governments and businesses can integrate passport applications on existing solutions without using the ShareRing brand. Kidd added that the Covid-19 pass is inexpensive and attractive to consumers.
“It encourages adoption among the population by designing it to show that it protects their privacy.”
Blockchain is fighting COVID-19 on all fronts
Networking isn’t the only front businesses are using to fight the global pandemic. The third largest pasta maker in the world, From Cecco is to adopt the My Care solution for infection risk management built on VeChain to ensure the safety of employees and operators across Italy.
In March 2020 the The World Health Organization (WHO) has launched a platform based on VeChain, MiPasa. “To facilitate the exchange of completely private information between individuals, government agencies and health institutions”.
The Netherlands also use the blockchain platform Tymlez Map and analyze the country’s medical supply chain while using a similar application in partnership with IBM in the US and Canada.