HUMBL, Inc. announced that African users of the HUMBL platform will now be able to verify themselves with Dojah. Dojah is an end-to-end onboarding platform, helping businesses verify identity, onboard users and prevent fraud through a suite of APIs and no-code tools.
HUMBL is a digital wallet and web platform built on verified profiles, ensuring that customers around the world can connect with authenticated consumers, brands and government accounts for more trustworthy engagements and transactions such as search, payments, ticketing, social media, chat, courses and more.
At the core of the program, HUMBL customers in Africa will now be able to seamlessly verify their identity and set up their HUMBL account through Dojah.
Dojah is focused on enabling confidence and credibility across digital businesses. Dojah can be used to verify and onboard customers using financial data, biometric data, government data, telecommunications data and anti-money laundering data and more.
HUMBL offers a secure and verified platform for peer, corporate, and government transactions, in line with Africa’s drive towards digital financial inclusivity and transparency in the public and private sectors.
Africa is in the middle of a digital transformation, with a rising technology ecosystem driven by a youthful, digitally literate population. Combating identity and user account fraud is a critical component of fast-growing digital economies, which this verification program seeks to address and support.
“The mission of HUMBL is to provide a growing platform of verified accounts, digital wallets and authenticated web transactions that can connect people next door, or around the world,” said Brian Foote, CEO of HUMBL. “We are proud to work with Dojah as our core African onboarding partner, and hope that our platform can deliver value to African consumers, merchants and governments on the continent for more trustworthy digital transactions.”
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