Bridge Protocol upgraded its identity platform to v3.1, expanding Bridge Passport access to Android mobile users. The Bridge Passport, initially a Chrome extension, allows users to manage know your customer (KYC) information for personal verification and compliance. Bridge noted:

Bridge Passport Mobile for Android is available with this release. Users can import their Bridge Passport and all related claims to their mobile device to enable them to use their digital identity on the go.

In the last major upgrade to the platform, Bridge integrated support for the Ethereum blockchain with an ERC-20 BRDG token and Ethereum-based smart contract functionality. Since then, Bridge has added a BRDG-ETH liquidity pool to Uniswap, an Ethereum-based automated market maker.

Now, Bridge Passport users can acquire ERC-20 BRDG tokens directly from the Chrome extension when using the Uniswap non-custodial exchange.

Additionally, the BRDG NEP-5 token is listed on the Switcheo non-custodial exchange.

The Bridge Passport Android application can be found on the Google Play Store.

The full announcement can be found at the link below: