Verifying yourself using OneID is completely voluntary – your online space is yours to control. However, other people can choose to turn off comments from accounts that haven’t verified themselves. Accounts who haven’t verified themselves can still use social media; they just can’t leave comments on someone’s profile who’s decided they only want to see content from verified users.
Unlike verification methods that required government-issued documents such as passports and driver’s licences which are often costly and exclusive, OneID is incredibly accessible - all you need is a bank account.
We only share a unique code that is paired with your bank account to verify you are who you say you are.