Dojah has partnered with Benjamindada.com to host a series of Twitter spaces focused on digital identity. The first session will focus on Identity Management and Commercial Fraud Prevention in Web3.
The session is scheduled for July 6, 2022 at 7:00 PM (WAT), Jude Dike, CEO of GetEquity, Adora Nwodo, Software Engineer at Microsoft and Timilehin Omotosho, Product Manager at Dojah will share information on how users and businesses can protect themselves and their business against fraud.
Identity theft, Internet fraud and scams are widespread issues in Web2. From time to time, there is always a case of online fraud, consumer data risks, and phishing scams.
In the rush to explore the cool features of the Internet, many people respond to “spam”, unsolicited emails and inadvertently provide personal information. A typical example is the case of a Nigerian convicted of defrauding Norwegian citizens out of €64,000.
Many people advertise Web3 as the viable solution to some of these problems because it is decentralized, uncensored, and undemocratic. But according to a Forrester report, not everything is as simple as expected because Web3.0 could also be a breeding ground for fraudsters.
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Why are we doing this with Dojah?
Dojah is an all-in-one identification and verification platform for technology companies in Africa. Through its no-code tools and services, Dojah helps businesses with user onboarding, KYC, fraud detection, biometric verification, AML and more.
“Solving business onboarding issues across Africa involves ensuring that a customer achieves the highest level of KYC required to gain value for the service they sign up for,” said Tobi Ololade. , CEO of Dojah. “We have designed several ways for companies to make this possible and that’s why we call it a pack: APIs, widgets, direct use via no-code tools (for companies without the technical resources to implement APIs), allowing companies to create their custom onboarding flow.”