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February 24, 2018, 05:58:00 PM
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Hi guys, as many of you already know, many ICOs are asking for passport verification. Is it safe to give pictures of your passport to groups we don't even know well, I mean there is something called passport misuse and identity theft or even using you passport for loans! It is concerning.
it frightens me personally, but I continue to participate, because I believe and hope for a good salary.
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February 24, 2018, 07:06:59 PM
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Hi guys, as many of you already know, many ICOs are asking for passport verification. Is it safe to give pictures of your passport to groups we don't even know well, I mean there is something called passport misuse and identity theft or even using you passport for loans! It is concerning.

It is NEVER safe to send your information to a 3rd party.
 
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February 24, 2018, 08:53:19 PM
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Hi guys, as many of you already know, many ICOs are asking for passport verification. Is it safe to give pictures of your passport to groups we don't even know well, I mean there is something called passport misuse and identity theft or even using you passport for loans! It is concerning.
There was no passport requirement in the old days, this kind of difficulty appeared in the near future, I certainly do not share my passport information, but the choice is yours.



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March 02, 2018, 12:58:47 PM
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Hi guys, as many of you already know, many ICOs are asking for passport verification. Is it safe to give pictures of your passport to groups we don't even know well, I mean there is something called passport misuse and identity theft or even using you passport for loans! It is concerning.
There was no passport requirement in the old days, this kind of difficulty appeared in the near future, I certainly do not share my passport information, but the choice is yours.


The main argument that I hear though is that those ICO's that are requiring passports or ID for verification is trying to curb out multiple accounts joining their bounties. But I guess those cheaters will always find a way to get away with this new system in place. I haven't join any bounties but I'm not going to send my personal details to anyone. And for those who are willing to do so, its your risk and yes your choice. Many are going to bounties because they say its profitable, but guess what, your personal identification will now be compromise, but if you think that that's fine with you as long as you can get huge financial gains then the choice is yours.

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March 02, 2018, 09:23:18 PM
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That is a term of the contract that whoever wish to carry on would provide but this KYC strategy is not to say that the ico might still not turn into fraud in the future.

Personally , I do not see anything in giving out passport in trying to either register or carry on with a business transaction of such, afterall we send or fill our passports while trying to get admission into school in another country, scholarship, embassy etc. We should however guide on releasing our passwords.

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March 02, 2018, 09:44:16 PM
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Many of the ICO's are required KYC now a days. But in this era of many fraudulent ICO's, it is a serious matter of concern that providing our Identity card can be bit dangereous as they may misuse or sell our information to some other agency which might harm us some way or other.But till now I haven't heard of any such incident so can't really say anything. I suggest you not to share your ID's and info on telegram groups.
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March 02, 2018, 10:30:05 PM
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Hi guys, as many of you already know, many ICOs are asking for passport verification. Is it safe to give pictures of your passport to groups we don't even know well, I mean there is something called passport misuse and identity theft or even using you passport for loans! It is concerning.

This is pretty common now with ICOs, but I always pass. No way will I be sending my information to these ICOs. I'd rather just pay full price for the coin/token on exchanges. IJS...

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March 02, 2018, 11:22:36 PM
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I don't think it really safe, giving your passport information to any group, because if this fall into the hands of wrong person they might use it illegally. There are some ICOs that really requires passport identification but it is risky especially if that ICO turn to scam or their site is being hacked and all information are taken by hackers. Passport contains some valuable information and you should be extra cautious when a  online site requires your passport for online verification.

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March 02, 2018, 11:24:49 PM
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I think they are seeing if you are able to participate in the ICO because not all of them are allowed to sell their offerings to certain countries such as residents of the united states and china from what I have seen lately as they state in their main disclaimer to those who want to buy their tokens during their ico sale.

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March 03, 2018, 01:14:28 AM
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Is it safe?  Sir Laurence Olivier posed that very same question to Dustin Hoffman in the film, Marathon Man.
As for the passport, I'm not so certain that it is safe. 
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March 03, 2018, 07:49:47 AM
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Since the very conduct of ICO is not controlled by anyone and any scammers that disappear with the collected money of investors still require the provision of your identification data and copies of passports, then this information and copies of passports can be used anywhere. Of course, given that almost half of the ICO is fraudulent, it's pretty dangerous.

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March 04, 2018, 07:23:31 AM
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In the United States and some other countries, relevant regulations have been enacted, requiring those who invest their funds in the ICO to pass an appropriate KYC review. However, it is bad that in this case the ICO projects and their team are not checked or examined in terms of possible fraud, and given that about a third of the ICO's conducted last year were clearly fraudulent, they pass on their identification data and copies of passports very dangerous. It is not known where and how this information and copies of passports can be used.

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March 04, 2018, 07:52:47 AM
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yes,it is safe,it is neccesary for ico,they can be know custumor,and if you are citizen of some country then ban,you can ppl ico of them
Until the ICO is regulated and allows investors to be fully protected against possible fraud by the ICO team, until then, providing such companies with their identity and copies of passports will pose a significant danger to their owners. If the state requires such information, it must also take steps to ensure that such information does not fall into criminal hands. While this does not happen, and hence there is a potential opportunity to use such information in illegal transactions and even serious crimes.

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March 04, 2018, 02:22:44 PM
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In the course of some ICO campaigns, sometimes they require the provision of their identity and copies of passports from investors and members of the generosity campaign. We can not know how these personal data and copies of our documents can be used later, and since last year more than a third of the ICO campaigns turned out to be fraudulent, it's quite unsafe. No one can guarantee that these data will not be used for any unlawful purpose, especially since they can fall directly into the hands of criminals.

The requirement to pass the KYC check for the participants of the signature campaign is generally illegal because the essence of such a check is to exclude the investment of funds obtained by criminal means and participation of citizens of those countries where such participation in ICO campaigns is prohibited by law. Signature campaign participants are not investors and therefore there is no sense in requiring them to undergo such a check. ICO companies use this, usually after the completion of the ICO, in order to not pay earned tokens to those who do not want to undergo such verification.

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March 04, 2018, 08:22:36 PM
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It is not safe to share your data with others. But we can't not do that. We are constantly asked to show the documents. Total surveillance of citizens has become the norm for the government. Exchanges also require account verification. Many exchanges have already been hacked by hackers. Stolen money can be seen immediately. But copying the database is invisible. For this reason, our data has long been walking on the network.

 
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March 04, 2018, 08:43:28 PM
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yes,it is safe,it is neccesary for ico,they can be know custumor,and if you are citizen of some country then ban,you can ppl ico of them
Until the ICO is regulated and allows investors to be fully protected against possible fraud by the ICO team, until then, providing such companies with their identity and copies of passports will pose a significant danger to their owners. If the state requires such information, it must also take steps to ensure that such information does not fall into criminal hands. While this does not happen, and hence there is a potential opportunity to use such information in illegal transactions and even serious crimes.
But the question is not all ICO/companies/teams are not regulated which means it doesnt really assure into those investors who do send those documents.So this means decision will depend if they will risk or not to give those info.If the team is regulated then it is good but not still safe or we can say 100% that those info wont leak even it is already a regulated ICO informations wont really ever be safe once being submitted.


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March 05, 2018, 05:12:35 AM
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Hi guys, as many of you already know, many ICOs are asking for passport verification. Is it safe to give pictures of your passport to groups we don't even know well, I mean there is something called passport misuse and identity theft or even using you passport for loans! It is concerning.
Of the 902 conducted last year by the ICO, about a third of the projects turned out to be fraudulent. And this means that there is a great risk that our identification data and copies of passports fall into the hands of criminals when testing KYC. It is not necessary to hope that they will not use our data with a bad intention. I think that providing such data and copies of their passports to ICO companies is very dangerous. This danger has only been lowered if the ICO is regulated and controlled, which will protect against fraud.
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March 05, 2018, 06:14:04 AM
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Experienced it as well and I think it is regular for ICOs who are based on a country that requires identification for its customers. It is prevalent to ICOs with their own Wallet and Apps as they are considered as a currency used for payments. I recently joined an ICO which they are offering a token as a reward system and they have required a brief verification process, which they have reasoned out is a requirement asked by the government, they are just complying to the law. But be careful to what ICOs you are sending your infos as some of them just wants to gather your information.

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March 05, 2018, 07:28:27 AM
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I'm not against KYC,but they want us to contribute first and then KYC.If we fail KYC tokens get locked up and we aren't refunded.That's bullshit and the opposite of trustless smart contracts.This ICO removed everything that made ICOs gain traction.
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March 05, 2018, 07:47:57 AM
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That is something quite intriguing too, if those documents or personal details will be leak I think bad things might happen in general. To be honest KYC doesn't support the anonymity of every investors, it is a risky thing to do and maybe dig deeper first if your details will be safe before you do such thing.

Glance with this thread it is a helpful one too for this kind of topic.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2946614.0
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