Identity verification startup Passbase has obtained $3.6 million in seed round funding, TechCrunch reports. Passbase offers organizations application programming interfaces they can integrate into their services to allow consumers to submit information for ID checks, such as a facial biometric scan or any identifying document. The startup's services are designed to limit the amount of people who can access the submitted information. “Our vision is to build out an open identity system that encourages services to hold less information, yet be sure of the quality of the result they are receiving,” Passbase Co-Founder Mathias Klenk said.
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