AltMe Announces Its Conformity With EBSI
Altme, a leading provider of Self-Sovereign Identity solutions (also known as Decentralized Identity), announces its conformity with the European Blockchain Services Infrastructure (EBSI), backed by the European Commission and 29 European countries.
Compliance in line with the evolution of European regulation regarding crypto assets
As the growth of Decentralized Finance (DeFi) and crypto assets continue to attract governments’ attention, Altme is poised to play a crucial role by providing a regulation-compliant wallet that supports official documents for authentication and ID verification checks in the Web 3 ecosystem.
Altme wallet, officially available on the iOS and Google Play stores since 2022, is one of the first crypto wallets to fully support digital assets and digital identity.
By becoming EBSI conformant, Altme provides its users with the ability to store, manage and share official digital ID documents, such as diplomas and ID cards.
The EU crypto regulatory landscape is rapidly evolving, and Altme is ahead of the curve, already compliant with regulations such as the “Travel Rule” (TFR) and MiCA, which will affect all crypto transactions within the EU starting in 2024.
This announcement opens the door for millions of European users to leverage their data for secure authentication and verification checks, in the blockchain ecosystem while protecting their privacy and personal data.
Rethinking digital identity in the Web 3 age
With its user-friendly interface and privacy-preserving features, Altme wallet offers a game-changer solution for secure, regulation-compliant, and trusted transactions.
Altme already supports Tezos crypto assets, making Tezos one of the first Web 3 ecosystems to offer a fully decentralized identity solution to its users.
This new generation of crypto identity wallets is going to enable a new web experience based on trust, ownership, and privacy by giving people and organizations direct control over how, when, and where their personal information is shared.
Hugo MIR, Chief Marketing Officer at Altme stated:
“Altme is excited to be part of the European Commission vision for building a trustworthy digital environment.
Web 3 needs compliance, and decentralized identity solutions like Altme will play a key role to improve trust and ensure bad actors are kept out.”
Altme is a leading provider of Decentralized Identity solutions for Web 3. Altme wallet already supports Tezos crypto assets and is conformant with the EU regulation and future digital identity standard built on Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI): https://altme.io
About European Blockchain Services Infrastructure (EBSI)
EBSI, supported by the European Commission and 29 European countries, aims to create a cross-border, trustworthy digital environment through blockchain and decentralized identity technology: https://ec.europa.eu/digital-building-blocks/wikis/display/EBSI/Home