Rome, Italy -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/03/2017 -- GID is a technological breakthrough and a unique identification system that will reshape the way people manage their security codes and passwords in daily life. This one code will be used for everything and it is going to be a unique code of 15 characters, generated from the fingerprints of each person using it.
The creators of this remarkable solution have announced that they are seeking generous community support on the crowdfunding platform of Kickstarter and they are welcoming everyone to contribute in the campaign. Moreover, the applications of this code can range from personal, commercial as well as administrative and it is a unique, singular and unrepeatable code.
"GID stands for Global Identity is an alphanumeric code generated from the user biometric data to access to different kind of services." said Milad Botros, a 30 year old the creator of this code from Rome, while introducing it to the Kickstarter community. According to the creator, people frequently forget their different passwords each day and this code will fix all that.
In a nutshell, the GID code is going to be a unique digital fingerprint that will be exclusive to each of its user. Furthermore, the primary purpose of the GID Solution is to make life easier and more secure.
The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at: www.kickstarter.com/projects/1819018321/gid and supporters from around the world can back this project by making generous pledges and donations to the campaign. The goal of this inspiring project is to raise a sum of EUR 25,000 and more details are available on the campaign page at Kickstarter.
GID is the future of secure passwords and it is a Global Identification Number for everyone that uses fingerprints for its generation. The GID number is an alphanumeric code generated by the user biometric data. Moreover, the GID code is generated using a proprietary algorithm and the creators of this project have launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds and support for its success.
Contact Person: Milad Botros