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Bridge Protocol, a digital identity project that aims to interface with the NEO blockchain to provide KYC and AML checks, document verification, and other services, has announced that it is now listed on the HitBTC exchange. HitBTC is a Hong Kong-based exchange currently amongst the top 10 exchanges in daily volume.

Trading is currently live on the TOLL/BTC, TOLL/ETH, and TOLL/USDT pairs.

Bridge Identity Management System

Bridge also took the time to preview its Bridge Identity Management System (bIMS) in a short video posted to YouTube. In the video, which is the public’s first look at the identity platform under development, the Bridge extension for Google Chrome is used to create a Bridge Passport. The “Bridge Passport” ties a verified ID to a public address on the NEO blockchain.

After logging in with their Bridge Passport, users will be able to upload and verify various required identity documents, such as a driver’s license or passport, through a verification service of the user’s choice. Currency exchanges, token sales, and social media are listed as possible use cases for Bridge’s verified identities.

Bridge claims to be “the world’s first compliant blockchain ID”.

The HitBTC listing announcement and YouTube product demonstration can be found at the following links:

https://medium.com/@bridgeprotocol/bridge-protocol-early-identity-platform-demonstration-and-one-more-thing-32d7d884a33c

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxZ0MWWdYCA

More information on the Bridge project can be found in the below links.