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  • Çağatay KÖLÜŞ Selçuk University, Department of Information Technologies
  • Fatih BAŞÇİFTÇİ Selçuk University, Faculty of Technology, Department of Computer Engineering


Anahtar Kelimeler:

Blockchain, identity, Android


Identity is a tool that identifies a person or group and ensures that they are recognized by others. Personalidentification cards issued by the states to people contain specific information about the person given.Identity systems used for centuries are now digitalized, ID cards with chips and passports with chipshave entered our lives. In the past, only information such as name, surname and place of birth wereincluded in ID cards with chips and passports. But today, in addition to our personal information, itincludes our biometric information such as fingerprints, iris, digital signatures. Blockchain technology,which has entered our lives with the financial sector, offers application areas in different sectors andsubjects. Some of these are IoT (internet of things), security and reliability systems, copyrights, publicand health sectors. In this study, it has been mentioned about the advantages and the features obtainedby using blockchain technology in identity management. The purpose of this study; It is to ensure thesafe use of identity information thanks to the features provided by the block chain such as distributeddatabase called DLT (distributed ledger technology), peer-to-peer transmission, transparency andirreversible records. Also in this study, a software that can simulate blockchain technology was createdand an Android application that reads data with NFC (Near Field Communication) technology wasdeveloped. Thus, the process of adding the data in the ID card or passport to the block chain by readingthe data from NFC with the Android application can be performed.




Nasıl Atıf Yapılır

KÖLÜŞ, Çağatay, & BAŞÇİFTÇİ, F. (2020). BLOCKCHAIN BASED DIGITAL IDENTITY MANAGEMENT. Euroasia Journal of Mathematics, Engineering, Natural & Medical Sciences, 7(8), 202–209.