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Worldcoin Pursues New Crypto Consumers Who Agree to Go Through Iris Scan

Worldcoin’s new project is in pursuit of clients who agree to get their irises scanned at specified locations across twenty countries.

ShahZaib Ahmed



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Worldcoin, a controversial cryptocurrency project, is making endeavours to increase its customers after going live on the 24th of this month. The project is currently in pursuit of clients who agree to get their irises scanned at specified locations across twenty countries. For this purpose, the platform is giving twenty-five Worldcoin (WLD) tokens to the people who complete the scan.

Worldcoin Endeavors to Attract More Crypto Clients Amid a Lack of Interest

Although the launch of the project was witnessed following 2M pre-signups, the interest appears to have diminished following the actual release thereof. On the initial day, clients were seemingly keen. That was the reason that the respective day witnessed the highest signup rates in Hong Kong. In addition to this, the city provided 3 locations named Orbs for the consumers to complete the scanning of their irises.

The project has provided each of the respective clients with a “world ID.” As per a report released by South China Morning Post, each of the 3 designated locations present within Hong Kong witnessed nearly two hundred signups on the initial day. This was the highest number across the twenty nations where the launch took place.

Heatherm Huang, an Orb operator in Hong Kong, stated that the cumulative sign-ups within the city constituted approximately half of the whole Worldcoin signups in the entirety of the new markets. In line with the statistics provided by the Orb operator, Hong Kong is credited for almost 600 signups.

Also Read: Chinese Clients of Worldcoin Move Toward Iris Scans from Africa and Cambodia

MIT Report Claims Developers Allured 1M Users via Deception Hence, the huge contrast between the sign-up numbers before and following the project’s launch indicates a lack of interest. Nonetheless, the early on-boards additionally turned out to be controversial. In this respect, a report from MIT claimed that the 1st million were attracted by the project’s developers via diverse deceptions.

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