How this blockchain startup is building user privacy within online data collection surveys

I like this approach. Expect to see privacy being used as a differentiator for many applications as the public becomes more sensitive to privacy and security issues…

[…] The BlockSurvey UI is downloaded from the webserver and is run on the client. There are no trackers, no cookies, and no fingerprints. For accounts, BlockSurvey uses decentralised identity (DID). In layman’s terms, think of this as a digital account that is coming from a public blockchain.

“Here, your identity is coming from the Stacks Blockchain, which is a public blockchain. Your identity is anchored on a ledger, which you truly own. Not anyone, not the platform provider, not even the blockchain provider,” Wilson emphasises.

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