We live in a digital world and everything in life seems to hang on some type of numbering system. We are no longer persons of real value but binary numbers in a system matrix being considered for gain of function.
What is your number?
From social security/medicare/taxpayer/military/banking/credit… number to driver, hunting, fishing license number; even bingo and lottery ticket numbers. You’re even a ticket and court docket number when in a scrap with the law. Yes, even social media has your number, and soon they will dictate what the value of it will be, even to the point of canceling you as a:
From the article:
“Trust Scores” or reputational scores are aspects of having a digital identity that haven’t been discussed much. By default, everyone who accepts a digital identity, whether decentralised or not, will receive a Trust Score.
With the introduction of trusted digital identities, social credit systems are reaching the West.
The tagline of many digital identity advertisements is “At the heart of all digital identity is trust.” But what does that even mean?
One current definition of trust is that it is “a confident relationship with the unknown.”
According to Mastercard:
“Digital identity is a collage of up-to-date digital data that defines an individual, dynamic, multipurpose, and reusable, a system for verifying information to establish eligibility to access a service, perform a task, or receive a benefit, resulting from a dynamic network of distributed, data sources (such as financial institutions, mobile network providers, governments) that verifies identity in real time.”
Digital identity solutions are being rolled out under the title “Trusted Digital Identity”, which enables people, businesses, and governments to have confidence in digital interactions.
At both ends of the interaction, digital identity is about establishing confidence and trust. Both parties must be confident that the other party is who they claim to be. Both require trust in the system that mediates the interaction.
WHAT IS A TRUST SCORE?…
…The default configuration of digital identity networks creates a threat like Matrix ID that brings together data such as risk associated with the identity, what is normal behavior and what is unusual behavior, and aims to create a trust score.
Trust ratings will most likely be a reincarnation or a revamped version of the Chinese Social Credit System. There will be a merger between digital identity and new social credit systems.
We are on the road to Beijing, and we should all be apprehensive.
So, who do you trust?
The Lord has a scoring system too!
(KJV) Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil. For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled.
Whosoever therefore shall break one of these least commandments, and shall teach men so, he shall be called the least in the kingdom of heaven: but whosoever shall do and teach them, the same shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven.
Come out of Babylon for her judgement is near!