Entity Identification
Entity can be identified by a variety of (possibly infinite) features. This can be either:

  • passport data, certified by third parties;
  • fingerprints and other biometric data;
  • state registration data (registration numbers), including:
  1. data of birth;
  2. place of registration;
  3. and other.

Some subsets of this feature set are standard sets of personal identification (KYC requirements) and serve as a condition for the emergence of a legal relationship (the enter the process, see the section Legal Relationship below).
A fundamental method of identification is the use of asymmetric encryption and pairs of public and private . It is considered that only keys the Subject knows his private key, and since the public key is uniquely tied to the private key (one unique key corresponds to a single unique private key), the public key is the Subject's identifier. This method has long been introduced into the business through the use of EDS.