Los Angeles-based tech company Sensay – which specialises in building distributed messaging systems using AI, chatbots and conversation analysis with a public sale of its token SENSE – has announced that it will partner with Civic. Civic is the creator of a blockchain identity verification technology that allows consumers to authorize the use of their identities in real-time, and will be employed to ensure that Sensay’s user knowledge workers’ reputation will be protected as they come to market.
Sensay empowers knowledge or gig workers worldwide, with the opportunity for Civic to enable verified profiles and identity layer across the SENSE network for those knowledge workers who chose to represent themselves as verified professionals.
Sensay Co-Founder and CEO, Crystal Rose commented: “Sensay is proud to partner with Civic, the leading decentralized identity platform. Identity verification, security and privacy is a critical issue as we launch the SENSE network. Civic has proven itself in a sea of competitors to best integrate into our platform.”
Vinny Lingham, Civic CEO, added: “This collaboration marks another milestone for Civic’s ecosystem and for on-demand, secure, and low-cost access to identity verification services. Sensay and SENSE providing secure data on knowledge and capability significantly extends Civic functionality and potential use cases.”
The SENSE token sale has made its presale available to developers first and has put forward a commitment to raising standards in verification, financial transparency and reporting. Its public token sale will be held on the 23rd of October, 2017, at 9:00AM EST. A recent ICO carried out by Civic sold $33 million of its tokens during the event in June 2017.