Making user identity portable across platforms




Mike Richardson


Mike has over 20 years of experience in software development and systems architecture.  He has delivered large multidisciplinary IT projects for Credit Suisse, Barclays Capital, RBS, Deutsche Bank, Six Swiss Exchange, and also in the pharmaceutical and logistics automation sectors. Mike is a computer science graduate, a certified IBM Blockchain Foundation developer and a Linux Foundation Hyperledger SSI Blockchain architect.


Geomina Richardson


Geomina is an innovation consultant.  For more than 20 years, she has led interdisciplinary projects for the European Commission, the World Bank and others. Currently she is an Senor Economic Consultant for the Saudi Authority for Industrial Cities and Technological Zones, Saudi Arabia. For the last two years, she’s also been carrying out business analysis for blockchain projects. Geomina holds a PhD in econometrics and is an MIT Emeritus Graduate in Platform Economy.


Omar Dib


Omar is a researcher with 7 years of experience in computer science and applied mathematics.  His research interest has been the study of the performance of blockchain-based solutions. Omar also focuses on conceiving privacy by design platforms whereby data are exploited in a secure, trusted and fully transparent manner. He is building tech stack based on the novel Self Sovereign Identity paradigm. Currently Omar is Assistant Professor at Wenzhou-Kean University, China. Omar holds a PhD in Computer Science.



Unlocking sharing economy’s user data for insurers

We unlock the sharing economy's user data for insurers.  That means delivering new data points, not correlated with existing ones.  Our solution enriches risk profiles of the gig economy workers and also the gig economy customers.  The secondary use of our solution is a B2B2C customer acquisition channel.

Trust-related user data portability for marketplaces

We provide cross-platform user data portability, so that marketplaces could offer their users to bring their ratings and other reputational data from other platforms to facilitate more activity. For newly onboarded users, who don’t have a ‘native’ reputation yet, our solution is a de facto user acquisition tool.


marketplaces’ users to aggregate fragmented reputation

As a positive externality, we provide a freemium tools for individuals, allowing them to gather and own their fragmented reputation in one place, i.e. their wallet, therefore empowering the sharing economy's users to monetise their reputation and track record across the financial aspects of their lives by unlocking their data in a verified way.

Euroledger has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 828853 through participation to Blockstart Acceleration programme.