Launched in 2013, the Worldcoin project presented its first mass product. The World App crypto wallet can already be downloaded on Google Play and the App Store, however, to access some of the app’s features, users need to do a retina scan with a special device.

The creator of ChatGPT introduced a crypto wallet that works without commissions

The Worldcoin project, co-founded by OpenAI (ChatGPT) CEO Sam Altman, has launched the World App crypto wallet. Among the distinctive features of the application are commission-free trading (trading without gas) and the need to verify identity using a retinal scan.

In addition to serving as a place to store digital assets, World App also acts as a digital passport. The original goal of Worldcoin was to create a system that would distinguish a person from artificial intelligence. For this, Orb retina scanners were released, with which it was possible to pass verification in the application.

The World App crypto wallet is linked to this system: only users who have passed the verification will have access to all the functions of the application, including commission-free trading. Thus, the project plans to promote verification through Orb. Worldcoin plans to mass-introduce the system as a way to verify identity on various sites.

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The main problem facing users who want to be verified with Worldcoin Orb is the company’s relatively underdeveloped network. For example, you can verify your identity in Europe only in Lisbon, Berlin and London, while in Asia there are Worldcoin points only in Seoul and Tokyo. Anyone can become an Orb operator, but the number of points open for verification on the world map continues to grow reluctantly.


Grigory Shcheglov

Source: RB

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