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JSON DLT ~ The Foundation of the Internet of Value
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Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) will end the blockchain hype.

WebAuthn+ will end the identity crisis.
A W3C Proposed Recommendation was recently submitted:  Web Authentication: An API for accessing Public Key Credentials
This proposal is commonly referred to as WebAuthn.
"The FIDO Alliance is an industry consortium launched in February 2013 to address the lack of interoperability among strong authentication devices."[ref]  The FIDO Alliance is the driving force behind WebAuthn.  This is their second attempt to come up with an industry wide standard; they have branded their attempt "FIDO2".
Even though WebAuthn has support from some of the major corporate players, there are glaring defeciencies in the technology:
Imagine a world where user names and passwords are no longer necessary, and authentication is simple and secure.
Imagine a world where Distributed Ledgers are a "cryptographically secure shared source of truth" and the Internet of Value is real.
Imagine a world where funds transfers are simple, secure and fast.  SWIFT, ACH, Venmo, Zelle and all others will soon be replaced by a system that is open source, secure and enables billions of transactions in parallel worldwide.
The Internet of Value will enable, "ubiquitous access to efficient financial systems and the ability to transact with anyone in the world."
~ W3C - Internet of Value Manifesto ~
The authentication process will soon become incredibly simple and secure. A user will go to a "Sign On" web page:
Through an encrypted Firebase channel the Authentication Code (displayed on the web page: WHSL LRTU FLVM) will be sent from the web server to the user's mobile device:
The user will verify the Authentication Code, check the URL address (to prevent phishing scams) and then touch Sign On.
The web page will "auto-magically" transform:
A Verification Code, generated in the user's mobile device and sent through an encrypted channel to the web server, will be displayed on both the web page and the user's mobile device (HCB 121):
This is not theoretical; for all processes we have a functioning prototype and everything works:
  • Identity Management
  • Distributed Ledger
  • Funds Transfer
Install the TNX One Touch mobile app and then go to our Test page.
How can a user's mobile device provide simple and secure authentication?  It's simple. 
Click here for more details.
The One Touch Sign On™ process will also be used to sign transaction blocks within a JSON Distributed Ledger.
Click here for more details.
How can funds transfers be simple, secure and fast (replacing SWIFT, ACH, Venmo, Zelle and all others)? 
Click here for more details.
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All technologies described here in are "Patent Pending".