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🅿️ℹ️ This video is all about kyc with you national i’d card aadhar card.
✔️ KYC through adhar card in the app.
✔️ Adhar is a national i’d card you can use as document for kyc
⏹️For the pioneers who sign in through phone no.
✔️Please make sure your name is same as in the adhar card. If not, change it ASAP.
✔️Second point if the no. is not same which you provided in the adhar card then change it.
⏹️For the pioneers who sign in with facebook
✔️Make sure your username in the username is same as in the adhar card
✔️If not change it in the facebook app easily.
✔️Second point is that, when the notice come on your phone for phone number verification, please provide the number which is registered in the adhar card.
🅿️ℹ️ Now you all set.
➡️ The main is that you should to apply for the KYC with your computer system if you applying with adhar card, because adhar will not download in the phone,
So please use the computer for the KYC
✔️ Open the official yoti kyc website to link you pi network account.
✔️ Install the pi node app for the KYC in your computer if not have, then apply for the KYC similer to the phones kyc
✔️Click to apply for kyc
➡️Now you are done
🅿️ℹ️ Just wait for their response on you KYC approval
You will definitely varify you account
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About the app:- Pi Network
Pi White Paper
Problem: Accessibility of 1st Gen Cryptocurrencies
Solution: Pi – Mining Goes Mobile
Pi Economic Model: Balancing Scarcity and Access
Utility: Monetizing untapped resources in p2p
Governance – Currency for and by the people
Roadmap / Deployment plan
Draft 1 on March 14, 2019
As the world becomes increasingly digital, cryptocurrency is a next natural step in the evolution of money. Pi is the first digital currency for everyday people, representing a major step forward in the adoption of cryptocurrency worldwide.
Our Mission: Build a cryptocurrency and smart contracts platform secured and operated by everyday people.
Our Vision: Build the world’s most inclusive peer-to-peer marketplace, fueled by Pi, the world’s most widely used cryptocurrency
DISCLAIMER for more advanced readers: Because Pi’s mission is to be inclusive as possible, we’re going to take this opportunity to introduce our blockchain newbies to the rabbit hole 🙂
Introduction: Why cryptocurrencies matter
Currently, our everyday financial transactions rely upon a trusted third party to maintain a record of transactions. For example, when you do a bank transaction, the banking system keeps a record & guarantees that the transaction is safe & reliable. Likewise, when Cindy transfers $5 to Steve using PayPal, PayPal maintains a central record of $5 dollars debited from Cindy’s account and $5 credited to Steve’s. Intermediaries like banks, PayPal, and other members of the current economic system play an important role in regulating the world’s financial transactions.
However, the role of these trusted intermediaries also has limitations:
Unfair value capture. These intermediaries amass billions of dollars in wealth creation (PayPal market cap is ~$130B), but pass virtually nothing onto their customers – the everyday people on the ground, whose money drives a meaningful proportion of the global economy. More and more people are falling behind.
Fees. Banks and companies charge large fees for facilitating transactions. These fees often disproportionately impact lower-income populations who have the fewest alternatives.
Censorship. If a particular trusted intermediary decides that you should not be able to move your money, it can place restrictions on the movement of your money.