User Onboarding

Face recognition demo

Accurate identity verification ensures that whoever opens an account is the legitimate owner, not someone using stolen information. By implementing reliable identity solution based on face recognition, you can strike a balance: smooth onboarding for genuine users and robust protection against fraudulent activity.

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Use Cases

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Know Your Customer (KYC) regulations require e-commerce platforms to verify the identity of users for certain transactions. By implementing identity verification, platforms can ensure compliance and avoid potential fines or sanctions.
The gambling industry is susceptible to fraud, including account sharing, bonus abuse, and money laundering. Identity verification helps mitigate these risks by confirming the user's identity and deterring fraudulent attempts.
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Banks and other financial institutions use it for Know Your Customer (KYC) compliance, verifying new account holders, and authorizing transactions. Identity verification helps fulfill the Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) regulations by confirming the customer's identity and preventing potential criminal activities.
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How It Works

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A user takes a selfie and the system extracts facial features like distances between eyes, nose shape, and jawline.
The system checks the liveness and compares the photo to the database.
The system analyzes the captured image, extracting and comparing key facial features. If the features match the reference image within a set threshold, access is granted!

User Onboarding Solution Benefits


A report by Accenture found that 50% of customers abandon the signup process if it's too complex. Identity verification can streamline onboarding.

$1.1 billion

According to an article by Lexology, Standard Chartered being fined $1.1 billion for failing to implement adequate money laundering procedures. Identity verification helps avoid such penalties.

$34.2 billion

A study by Juniper Research estimated that global card-not-present fraud losses will reach $34.2 billion by 2024. Implementing identity verification can significantly reduce these losses.

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