CastleBranch provides Real Vaccination ID cards, leveraging advanced technologies for forgery prevention to help people verify that they have received the COVID-19 vaccine.
FREMONT, CA: CastleBranch is one of the world's first organizations to provide Real Vaccination ID cards, leveraging advanced technologies for forgery prevention to help people verify that they have received the COVID-19 vaccine. Each card will be coupled with a personalized access code that can be utilized to verify the user's identity, vaccination status electronically and display authenticated primary-source vaccine documents when the cardholder grants permission.
With the CastleBranch Real Vaccination ID card, citizens can have physical proof of their vaccination status checked by third parties. Cards will have built-in fraud protection mechanisms, providing employers, schools, travel, activities, and more with a passport for greater freedom of movement. Personal data utilized to produce these cards will not be sold or provided for further use to any third-party entities. The user will maintain full control and possession of their data, ensuring that their digital self-sovereign identity is used only in a way that they see fit.
"CastleBranch's Real Vaccination ID will be your passport to the world," said Brett Martin, CEO of CastleBranch. "And with these passports, individuals will retain complete control and ownership over their own personal information, nothing about me without me." He added, "Over two decades ago, CastleBranch became the first company in the country to provide the general public with direct online access to state criminal records to help them prove identity. Today, we proudly continue to support the belief that a person's data is the property of the people not the government or advertisers. We believe in empowering people to control and own their self-sovereign digital identities, and to helping them progress along to the next phase of their life's journey, wherever that may lead them. It's what we do. It's who we are. And it's how we will continue to stand with you as we have before, during and after the COVID-19 pandemic."