Bridge Protocol, a digital identity project providing KYC/AML checks and document verification using the NEO blockchain, has released feedback from the first wave of users of its extension for the Google Chrome internet browser. The Bridge Passport extension, which launched on November 25th, 2018, currently stores and maintains Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) data to verify personal identities for compliance purposes.
Beta Chrome Extension Feedback
Bridge has worked to incorporate feedback from the early users of its browser extension. Among the future changes that are planned based on user feedback are:
- Greater warnings before closing a passport that has not yet been exported
- A more robust user interface with menus offering better support for users who forget their password
- Resolution of problems with the TOLL payment on the NEO blockchain that occur when the Bridge extension is closed before the payment verification is processed
Bridge Protocol is currently accepting applications from users who are interested in joining its private testing group.
Bridge has also published a six-minute video tutorial that walks users through the download and installation of its Chrome extension, as well as the creation of a Bridge Passport through identity registration and document verification. The KYC/AML process through the Bridge Protocol Corporation costs 10 TOLL tokens at the time of this writing. After clearing identity checks and verifying data such as an email address, users can attach their verification data to their Bridge Passport to create a Verified Bridge Passport.
Bridge Protocol’s discussion of its Chrome Extension development can be read in full at the following link: