Telegram passport has finally arrived to the latest release of the app for Android and iOS, do you already know it?
Telegram passport is an authentication system that allows you to store your personal data and login on third-party services using your Telegram Account, without having to enter any other info: it is really similar to that “login with Facebook” we already know.
As the name says, Telegram passport is a real virtual passport: you just need to download the latest version of the app and manually enter your name, surname, date of birth etc, or scan your ID card.
Noku embraces this innovation: it is now possible for you to register a Noku Account simply signing up with Telegram; your data are saved in the Telegram cloud using End-to-End Encryption, which means that they are not accessible by anyone, not even by the same Telegram team. They are shared only with the service requesting it, after receiving your authorization.
As we can read on the Telegram blog post dedicated to the topic, your data are “encrypted with a password that only you know, so Telegram has no access to the data you store in your Telegram passport.” The company has also made it known that in future all information will be historicized on decentralized servers, so as to further increase the level of security of the procedure.
How to sign up with Telegram passport
Thanks to Telegram passport, it will be even easier for you to create your Noku Account and explore the services offered by our Platform.
Once you have uploaded your data on your Telegram passport, visit https://accounts.noku.io/signup and click on “Signup with Telegram”:
With Telegram passport, you are just one click away from the intuitive managing of your wallets and the creation of your Custom Token and Custom ICO!