The project aims to establish a digital identity (World ID) by scanning your iris.
Worldcoin calls itself the “world’s largest identity and financial public network, open to everyone regardless of their country, background or economic status.”
According to Worldcoin’s website, World ID is “a privacy-preserving digital identity designed to help solve important, identity-based challenges, including proving an individual’s unique personhood.”
Worldcoin’s goal is to distribute “tokens” to every human on the planet.
A “Worldcoin token (WLD)” is “a token providing utility and giving users a say over the direction of the Worldcoin protocol. WLD is the first token to be globally and freely distributed to people just for being a unique individual,” per Worldcoin’s website.
Worldcoin’s “World App” is an app designed to “enable payment, purchases and transfers globally using digital assets and traditional currencies.”
To achieve this globalist ‘utopia,’ Worldcoin created a physical device called “The Orb” to identify every human.
If that sounds like a dystopian nightmare, you’d be correct.
Worldcoin’s global rollout of its Orbs resembles a digital, totalitarian slave state occupied by zombified subjects.
Day 3 of Worldcoin launch. People are voluntarily lining up to have their irises scanned by Orbs around the world to get a digital passport. Sam Altman claims one person is getting verified every 8 seconds now👀👀👌 pic.twitter.com/fO7tXxoeYc
— nikola 3 (@ronin19217435) July 27, 2023
Talk about lining up for your digital enslavement!
When asked how Worldcoin works, Blania said:
“So when you sign up as a user, right now, you basically download an app that’s called World App, which is a non-custodial wallet. You download the app. You show up in front of a physical device, and that physical device basically issues you your World ID, which is a kind of a digital identity that you can use to anonymously verify the different services.”
“And people, of course, are worried about what The Orb means for surveillance and privacy. How do you respond to these concerns?” CoinDesk asked.
So my high-level response is that something like World ID will eventually exist, meaning that you will need to verify [that you are human] on the internet, whether you like it or not. I think that’s certainly going to happen with the progress in AI. It’s probably going to happen in the next couple of years.
And Worldcoin, I think, is the only path that we currently have that can get to that level of being accepted by the powerful players, and still be completely privacy-preserving and not rely on government infrastructure. And it’s all open source — all of those things that crypto theoretically loves.
Worldcoin claims it will ‘preserve your privacy and not rely on government infrastructure.’
So, they’re attempting to ease potential users worried the government may obtain their data.
Will Worldcoin prevent the government from using your data and biometrics?
Worldcoin aims to expand its operations, allowing companies and governments to utilize its Orwellian ID system.
Controversial Eyeball-Scanning Worldcoin To Allow Governments To Use Its Digital ID System https://t.co/icgQwhq8oB
— zerohedge (@zerohedge) August 7, 2023
“Worldcoin will expand its operations to sign up more users globally and aims to allow other organisations to use its iris-scanning and identity-verifying technology, a senior manager for the company behind the project told Reuters,” Reuters reports.
Ricardo Macieira, general manager for Europe at Tools For Humanity, the San Francisco and Berlin-based company behind the project, told Reuters exactly what the project intends to accomplish.
“I don’t think we are going to be the ones generating universal basic income. If we can do the infrastructure that allows for governments or other entities to do so we would be very happy,” Macieira said.
Companies could pay Worldcoin to use its digital identity system, for example if a coffee shop wants to give everyone one free coffee, then Worldcoin’s technology could be used to ensure that people do not claim more than one coffee without the shop needing to gather personal data, Macieira said.
“The idea is that as we build this infrastructure and that we allow other third parties to use the technology.”
In future, the technology behind the iris-scanning orb will be open-source, Macieira added.
“The idea is that anyone can in the future build their own orb and use it to benefit the community that it’s aiming for,” he said.
Worldcoin intends to build the infrastructure governments and corporations will use for humanity’s digital enslavement.
With the project’s World ID, the global elite can establish a cashless society to control the masses.
Worldcoin claims to have 2.2 million signups.
Their ultimate goal is 8 billion.