The Fraud DAO is a decentralized network of financial institutions that pool data to identify fraud before it proliferates. Today, we have processed over 12% of the adult population in the US.
No single entity will control the Fraud DAO.
Through decentralized governance, members will collectively decide how the network is operated.
Participants get aggregated, anonymous data on a user's good and bad activity across a wide array of companies. Know whether a user is trustworthy before they are onboarded to your system.
All end user data in the Fraud DAO database will be de-identified and aggregated, allowing for Privacy Preserving Record Linkage (PPRL) i.e., matching of user records based on de-identified hashes and not Personally Identifiable Information (PII).
Participation is free, but all participants have to share their data to be part of the network. Data always belongs to the contributing organization and can be revoked at any time.