Nuggets

Payment and ID without sharing personal data

Nuggets is an e-commerce payments & ID platform. It stores your personal & payment data securely in the blockchain, so you never have to share it with anyone – not even Nuggets. That means no more data breaches – because companies don’t have to store your data. So you can make payments & use services without worrying about your privacy or security.

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Dominic GilmoreMaker@domgilmore · Operations Director, Nuggets
Hello Product Hunters! I’m Operations Director at Nuggets, and one of the founding team here. We’ve created a platform that lets you pay, login and verify your ID without ever having to share or store your personal data with anyone. Why? Because the traditional model of storing personal information in centralized data silos is broken. (Facebook, Cambridge Analytica, Equifax, anyone?) We can’t fix it – we need a new model. People need to take back control of their data – and Nuggets is the way to do it. Nuggets combines blockchain technology with biometric verification to create a fully private payment and ID platform. For consumers, it means no more worries about online privacy. No one can access your personal data – not even Nuggets itself. You can forget about usernames and passwords – it’s all biometric. And companies can no longer profit from your transactional data (although you can, through Nuggets Tokens). For businesses, Nuggets means the end of catastrophic data breaches and expensive regulatory compliance. When you’re not holding anyone’s data, you don’t have to protect it. Sound good? See for yourself: you can sign up now for our Alpha: https://nuggets.life/alpha-white... Your early feedback will be critical in shaping the app, so please try it out and let us know what you think. Can’t wait to hear from you, and thanks so much for your support!
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Elizabeth S Hunker@elizabethhunker · EIR @ vLAB
After a run of the Whitepaper through @Plagly - the story checks out. Awesome concept - though UX 2.0 could stand some polish. @domgilmore