Passport XYZ's Unique Humanity Scores facilitate and secure interactions across web3.

Sybil defense with just a few lines of code.

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Easy Integration

Integrate the Passport developer tools into your application with just a few lines of code.


Gitcoin-Grade Protection

With our default Unique Humanity Scorer, you inherit years of institutional experience in safeguarding the Gitcoin Grants program.


Customizable Defense

If you want to reward certain users for having specific credential, you can create your own Scorer. Verify users with a combination of credentials that work best for your needs.

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The #1 Sybil resistance solution for web3 projects and communities.

Passport is a flexible, easy-to-use developer toolkit for protecting projects against bots and bad actors. It helps users build robust online reputations and enables project leaders to create trustworthy digital experiences that keep out bots and Sybil attackers.

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Case Studies

Proof of Humanity and other proof-of-personhood systems let users prove that they are unique humans, which is useful in many applications including airdrops and governance. Each of these applications are useful individually. But what makes them truly powerful is how well they compose with each other. The network effects of these different services [through a meta-aggregator like Passport] combine to create an ecosystem that provides some very powerful options for users and applications. An Ethereum-based Twitter alternative (eg. Farcaster) could use POAPs and other proofs of on-chain activity to create a "verification" feature that does not require conventional KYC, allowing anons to participate.

Such platforms could create rooms that are gated to members of a particular community - or hybrid approaches where only community members can speak but anyone can listen.