Unique ID FAQ

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What happens if I lose access to my ONE-ID? Can ONE-ID be reissued to a new wallet address?

Currently, it cannot. Burning and reissuing tokens is possible on the smart contract, though this has not been implemented on the front end. Theoretically, upon burn, the KYC/KYB/accreditation information would need to be deleted, and then members could sign up with a new wallet.

Do I need to undergo verification for deposit and withdrawal in both the Borrower Pools?

Yes, this is mandatory. ONE-ID is the first NFT for identity. No personally identifiable data is stored on-chain.

How can I verify my identity?

Before minting ONE-ID NFT, you need to verify your Ethereum address from here: Please head over to the Tutorials section for a detailed explanation.

How do I know whether I am verified?

You can go back to and sign in. If you are verified, you will see the message - “Your address verification is complete” or “Your verification was approved to immediately access the Borrower Pool”.

Is ONE-ID interoperable with other protocols?

ONE-ID is completely interoperable. It is a standard ERC-1155 contract, so any protocol can benefit without having to build its own KYC flow or handle any data itself. If you are a builder, check out the docs here to learn how to integrate it.

Can I transfer my ONE-ID to others or can I sell my ONE-ID on OpenSea?

Because the ONE-ID is an ERC-1155 contract, it is not transferable and cannot be sold.

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