Why use Verified by Obsidian?
Verified by Obsidian is widely known for its selective acceptance process, the strict policy that requires all smart contract developers and multi-sig holders to go through our Identity Management Process and the smart contract safety check ahead of the public announcement of Verified by Obsidian status.
As the leader of an up-and-coming crypto project, you want to build as much trust as possible in order to achieve the vision set out for your community. That's why, if you are accepted into the program, you can look forward to the following:
Gain public trust by having your identities verified and proving you’re trustworthy not to steal or misuse project funds. The trust gained with having this accountability has historically almost always more than paid for the cost of verified by Obsidian by multiples.
Countless projects have failed due to a single team member committing fraud or theft. Having the entire team held accountable ensures you won’t be liable for the actions of other team members or hired developers who think they can get away with it.
As new team members or developers are hired, get ongoing access to our services to have their identities managed and keep everyone accountable and trustworthy. This ensures no bad actor is able to sabotage your project and steal the funds. We've seen more than one project fall victim to this from a developer they've worked with for years.
Get access to our network of projects and developers to collaborate and build together. We work to help you connect with projects and people to help you have access to all the tools and resources needed to succeed.
Set Your Project Apart
With over 4000 rugpulls a day in crypto, and countless scams, users are highly skeptical of projects these days. Having your identity managed allows you to set apart your project as a transparent project in the space. It also helps crypto by creating more transparency and trust in the space.
Next Level Identity Security
We take identity management extremely seriously. All identities are stored in cold storage devices with 256 bit encryption, in a third party bank vault. We also separate the identities of each individual from the projects they’re associated with. Storing the second half of this information on a separate cold storage device, also encrypted with 256 bit encryption, in a separate secure location.