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Blockchain Technology in Digital Identity Management and Verification

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Edith Mariela Quispe Sanabria ,
Edith Mariela Quispe Sanabria

Universidad Peruana Los Andes (UPLA). Facultad de Ingeniería. Ciudad de Huancayo, Perú

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Julio Cesar Pizarro Avellaneda ,
Julio Cesar Pizarro Avellaneda

Universidad Peruana Los Andes (UPLA). Facultad de Ingeniería. Ciudad de Huancayo, Perú

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Edward Eddie Bustinza Zuasnabar ,
Edward Eddie Bustinza Zuasnabar

Universidad Peruana Los Andes (UPLA). Facultad de Ingeniería. Ciudad de Huancayo, Perú

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Ana Mónica Huaraca García ,
Ana Mónica Huaraca García

Universidad Peruana Los Andes (UPLA). Facultad de Derecho y Ciencias Políticas. Ciudad de Huancayo, Perú

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Lizet Doriela Mantari Mincam ,
Lizet Doriela Mantari Mincam

Universidad Peruana Los Andes (UPLA). Facultad de Derecho y Ciencias Políticas. Ciudad de Huancayo, Perú

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Hilario Romero Giron ,
Hilario Romero Giron

Universidad Peruana Los Andes (UPLA). Facultad de Derecho y Ciencias Políticas. Ciudad de Huancayo, Perú

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Yesser Soriano Quispe ,
Yesser Soriano Quispe

Universidad Peruana Los Andes (UPLA). Facultad de Ciencias Administrativas y Contables. Ciudad de Huancayo, Perú

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Abstract

This study analyzes the potential of Blockchain technology to improve security and privacy in the management and verification of digital identities, aspects that currently face challenges. Through a literature review, it was found that Blockchain offers a decentralized approach that provides greater control to users over their data through cryptographic mechanisms. The cases examined demonstrate benefits such as efficiency and automation in identity processes. However, further research is required to address pending challenges and achieve widespread application considering the particularities of each context. The objective is to analyze how this technology can positively transform the way digital identity is managed in an inclusive and privacy-respecting manner.

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Quispe Sanabria EM, Pizarro Avellaneda JC, Bustinza Zuasnabar EE, Huaraca Garcia AM, Mantari Mincami LD, Romero Giron H, Soriano Quispe Y. Blockchain Technology in Digital Identity Management and Verification. Data and Metadata [Internet]. 2024 May 28 [cited 2024 Jun. 24];3:326. Available from: https://dm.saludcyt.ar/index.php/dm/article/view/326

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