Blockchain – Fighting Against Human Trafficking

Our I.D. cards passports driver’s licenses birth certificates and Social Security cards are the documents that workers prove that they exist.

These are the documents that allow us to attend a school gets medical insurance jobs and to cross borders and visit other countries according to the World Bank.

There are around 1 billion people in the world who live but do not exist in any system and don’t have a valid I.D. to prove the existence and shockingly this number of 1 billion is only an understated estimate the exact stats about this unregistered population is unknown even to the of this 1 billion.

Nearly half of the population is below the age of 18. These people are flesh and blood living and breathing. But according to a global system, they don’t even exist. Without an identity these people are unable to travel legally are unable to get an education and that even robbed of their right to life and freedom because of this very reason human trafficking and prostitution have thrived primarily in the third world and war-torn countries because of the VK legislative laws and unsecured borders and deep-rooted corruption.

In such scenarios, human traffickers are able to easily use fake identification documents to transport undocumented young people across borders for forced participation in illegal activities like sex trade labor illegal human organ trade begging drug supply, etc..

Trafficking dendrites illegal profits of 150 billion USD. Are you with about 40 million people estimated to be its victims blocked and can provide a solution to curb this menace of human trafficking?

In this proposed system the identity of a person needs to be created on the blockchain platform using his or her biometric information such as fingerprint or iris scan and this information on location can’t be forged or tampered with.

That distributed ledger location aims to store the digital identity of every individual along with the information of their relative’s identification of individuals is always at the heart of the solution.

By digitally storing identities on a blockchain it is significantly easier for international law enforcement agencies and governments to catch traffickers collected fingerprints or facial scans which would be impossible to fake would stop traffickers from making false documents of their victims block generally and show that no human is taken out of his home country using fake I.D. documents produced by human traffickers United Nations in partnership with the word identity network has taken an initiative to end child trafficking using blocked in technology.

The goal is to maintain a digital database of children which can not be tampered with or hacked into and make all children visible by providing them with an identity in this proposed system.

That digital identity of every child will be linked to the information office parents the secured data on a shared immutable digital ledger.

We make trafficking attempts trackable under this blocked-in project. Too little time to exit the country.

We have to have their eyes or fingerprints scanned and a telephone alert will be sent to their legal guardians who will have to approve their border crossing.

Additionally, when the criminals would try to move children abroad the action will be recorded on the blockchain helping law enforcement agencies to spot patterns to catch these traffickers thus blocked and can be delayed too to address this global issue of human trafficking and potentially save millions of children from becoming extinct.

Blockchain – Fighting Against Human Trafficking

Blockchain – Fighting Against Human Trafficking

Blockchain – Fighting Against Human Trafficking