Can 27, 01 / Jun 16, 17 12:04 UTC
Re: Sharing your Asgardia ID Number ¶
Leo 02, 01 / Jun 19, 17 22:27 UTC
Thank you....keep in mind do not share your Asgardian ID Number
Leo 05, 01 / Jun 22, 17 04:49 UTC
Hello @SP Yuen
In the top right hand corner you should see your profile picture and a drop down menu. Go to “My Profile” and click it. On your profile you will see the option to "view certificate” click it and there you can view your ID number.
If for some reason you have not gotten your certificate, kindly follow these steps.
1 Goto My Application on the main Asgardia page
2 You should be able to change the language of the page if English is not your native tongue.
3 there is an Image link titled “Certificate of Asgardia” please click here.
4 Complete the form to ensure that we have your name spelled correctly
5 Follow all onscreen instructions, to ensure that everything is correct
Leo 07, 01 / Jun 24, 17 05:10 UTC
Like registered agents of any State, Asgardia should have a way to verify members are actually members in order to validate exchanges under the commerce agreements of the jurisdiction. To do so, use of existing public domain technology like OpenPGP and a PGP signature would be the most direct solution. Facebook.com already allows members to upload the Public PGP key to the site. Anyone seeking to validate the user is the real person can check this against the signature of the holder of the private key, and send and receive private communication using the public key without the private key. This is an industry standard technology, and as valid as a State ID for such use where the roll number (SSN / et al) is not public information.
Leo 08, 01 / Jun 25, 17 15:43 UTC
I agree with stryx, there should be a way to validate that an ID number is a valid one and not a fake one. Hopefully this will be one of the priorities of our nation.
Leo 17, 01 / Jul 4, 17 08:54 UTC
I think,the best solution in that case- mutual distributed ledgers( blockchain technology).