As per the announcement, ShareRing, a platform on a mission to decentralize identity and enable users to secure their future, said the upgrade of ShareRing Vault will overly improve user experience. Subsequently, with these improvements, app navigation will be more intuitive because ShareRing has updated its placements and visuals. The update aligns with ShareRing’s plans of improving access and making the onboarding process frictionless and straightforward for all users, further boosting their experience in Web3.
The ShareRing Vault is at the center of the ShareRing Network’s ecosystem. It is critical for the operation of the ShareRing App and the security of uploaded details. Anchored on the ShareLedger, an interoperable and high-performance blockchain based on the Tendermint Core, ShareRing Vault allows users to instantly upload their documents, including electronic passports and national identity. Once uploaded, users can use them for authentication and verification purposes anywhere in the world. Most importantly, the user is guaranteed control because ShareRing Vault is launched on ShareLedger, a public and transparent blockchain.
Before this upgrade, ShareRing Vault users could only upload, remove, and archive documents. This limitation meant there was no personalization or fluidity within the ShareRing Vault. It will be easier to navigate the Vault since users can quickly browser segment documents as arranged, based on their preference.
With tweaks on placements and visuals, it is also easier for users to access previous features besides creating, editing, and managing customized categories with category colors and titles that can be assigned or unassigned to specific documents within the Vault. Users can filter documents based on class and sort uploaded documents depending on, among other parameters, date, size, and document name. Additionally, ShareRing has indicated that users are free to print their documents directly from the Vault without first having to download the document or requiring the provision of the physical version to copy.
Earlier, ShareRing’s Financial Services Branch also improved its electronic Know Your Customer (eKYC) capabilities. The goal was to enhance clients’ and institutions’ journeys by making onboarding more fluid and reducing time and resources that would otherwise be used for compliance purposes. ShareRing has also launched Skinny ID to fast-track the onboarding of new users to its ecosystem.