Can your startup technology help us solve these problems?!

Imagine that I have my personal data details in my personal store (or stores); the problem I have is that I need to share it when I'm buying goods or signing up to services but I want to do this with control.

Show how you could package and push my personal data from my personal data store to sites with whom you need to register/"transact". Devise a system using blockchain technology (or do you have something new that's better?) that would allow me to push my data to online/web-connected services that request it? What will make that easy for any site or service to connect to and receive the data or allow me to pull my data from them? What features or facilities are going to make my data store consumer/user friendly through ease of use, least effort to me and something we can all trust?

Incorporate into the solution/system the means to allow me to pull my data held by a third party organisation back into my data ...
Can your startup technology help us solve these problems?!

Imagine that I have my personal data details in my personal store (or stores); the problem I have is that I need to share it when I'm buying goods or signing up to services but I want to do this with control.

Show how you could package and push my personal data from my personal data store to sites with whom you need to register/"transact". Devise a system using blockchain technology (or do you have something new that's better?) that would allow me to push my data to online/web-connected services that request it? What will make that easy for any site or service to connect to and receive the data or allow me to pull my data from them? What features or facilities are going to make my data store consumer/user friendly through ease of use, least effort to me and something we can all trust?

Incorporate into the solution/system the means to allow me to pull my data held by a third party organisation back into my data store and control.
Much of the time such transactions will involve payment; how is that going to be made secure?

How can I manage the requests without being an administrator but be confident I control who has access to my data? You'd want to know (wouldn't you?) who was making a request, why, when, whether to provide a single-use of on-going or time limited access to the data. So how does that work easily, simply, quickly?

Apply here for the Visa Collab Startup Competition to show us your solution to these challenges.
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