Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Mastercard Joins ID2020 Alliance

Mastercard joins ID2020 Alliance


Mastercard today announced that it will join the ID2020 Alliance, a global multi-stakeholder partnership dedicated to enabling everyone to have access to a viable and trusted form of legal identity.

With the recent implementation of social distancing around the world, our digital dependency has become even greater. Individuals are signing up and logging in to a range of digital services – social media, entertainment streaming, telemedicine and remote learning, to name just a few. What is critical in each of these interactions is the role that identity plays in enabling trust and the need to prove who we are safely and conveniently, wherever we are.

“We share the belief with ID2020 that digital identity is a fundamental human right that each individual has control over; that digital identity is a crucial step towards financial inclusion and to building a world where technology empowers, enables and protects everyone,” said Ajay Bhalla, president, Cyber & Intelligence, Mastercard.
“We must work together to establish consistency and common standards across the globe that can make this a reality, addressing real challenges faced by people every day and sparking continued innovation.”
“Last month, Microsoft, Evernym, ID2020 and many others formed the COVID Credentials Initiative (CCI) to use digital identity for keeping COVID-19 spread in check.
The Alliance has already launched pilots and recently worked with the Government of Bangladesh to launch a digital identity program for vaccination in the country.
Digital identity has myriad applications, and Mastercard previously joined the Trust over IP (ToIP) Foundation. Other members of the consortium include Accenture, Evernym, IBM, DIDx, and R3.”
On March 13, Bill Gates separated himself from the Microsoft board to focus 100% on ID2020.  Gates is Microsoft’s largest shareholder with 330 million shares. Gates’ mission is to make sure every person on earth carries ID with vital information. Gates has a solution:

Microsoft founder Bill Gates announced on March 18, 2020 during a “Reddit ‘Ask Me Anything’ session” that he is working on a new, invisible “quantum dot tattoo” implant that will track who has been tested for COVID-19 and who has been vaccinated against it.
According to BioHackInfo.Com: “The quantum-dot tattoos involve applying dissolvable sugar-based microneedles that contain a vaccine and fluorescent copper-based ‘quantum dots’ embedded inside biocompatible, micron-scale capsules. After the microneedles dissolve under the skin, they leave the encapsulated quantum dots whose patterns can be read to identify the vaccine that was administered.”
The biggest most powerful people and companies in the world are using Covid-19 to set up global controls over the entire population via digital ID.
How else could one man control most of the world’s population?

By Jim Hoft 

Back in March Bill Gates told reporters the COVID-19 economic lockdowns needed to last 10 weeks and possibly three months.

In early April it was revealed that the Gates Foundation was funding the Washington IHME junk models used by Dr. Tony Fauci and Dr. Deborah Birx. The models were completely inaccurate but helped the experts spread the panic.

Bill Gates later went on CNN to praise China’s handling of the disease that had killed tens of thousands of people across the globe.

On Monday news broke that the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Trust placed big bets on technology titans in the first quarter, according to a recent Securities and Exchange Commission filing.
So while Bill Gates was out spreading the panic porn his foundation was buying up tech stock that did quite well during the economic lockdown.

Business Insider reported:
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Trust placed big bets on technology titans in the first quarter, according to a recent Securities and Exchange Commission filing.
The trust, which manages the assets of the world’s largest private foundation, revealed new positions in Apple, Amazon, Google-parent Alphabet, Alibaba, and Twitter. Its stakes in the first four were valued between $100 million and $130 million each on March 31, while its Twitter holdings were worth about $7 million.
The trust also revealed a $301 million stake in Schrodinger following the drug-discovery software group’s public debut in February. The only other change to its portfolio was the sale of five million Berkshire Hathaway shares, representing 10% of its stake in Warren Buffett’s conglomerate.

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