Why Use Jomo

Traditionally user data is siloed across different applications. Only the user and the specific application that they use have access to those data (for good reasons). When an application needs to understand a user's outside activites however, they have very limited and imperfect options:

  • Ask the user for their credentials (login credentials, ownership proof over all their crypto wallets, etc) - requires a lot of trust from the user due to privacy concerns

  • Request the users to self report (download a bank statement, fill a form, etc) - which is tedious and prone to fraud

  • Direct integrations with data source applications - heavy overhead to negotiate the integration

Now with Jomo, users can own and manage their own data across the different applications. Their trading activities on an exchange, which wallets did they use, where have they travelled to, what tv series are their favorite, which university did they graduate from, the list goes on and on.

In additional to helping them manage their data, Jomo also utilizes cryptography such as Multi Party Computation and Zero Knowledge Proofs to help users prove the validity and authenticity of their data, without needing to reveal credentials or any raw details. This makes whatever information later shared with the applications verifiable and trustworthy.

Finally Jomo provides easy integrations for developers so they only need to handle the verification results and not worry about the process.

Below are some of the benefits of integrating with Jomo:

  • Easy and verifiable data access. No more need to negotiate complex direct integrations, nor hiring 100 agents to review bank statements.

  • Comprehensive data types. From off-chain data such as financial activities, account ownership and access, bank statements, activities on any websites, to on-chain data such as aggregated wallet ownership and interactions history.

  • Complete privacy. Jomo's privacy first solution means that your users will be more willing to verify to your product. By not accessing what we don't need, we can in turn learn more about our users from what they are willing to share.

  • More cost effective. Cut the middlemen and data brokers and get connected to the users themselves. With more granular data types and shorter distribution chains, money will be spent more efficiently whatever your objective is.

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