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Prove your identity without sharing unnecessary data

Key Benefits




What is a Reusable Digital Identity?

Unlock a simpler and more secure way to prove your identity, in what is fast becoming an incresingly digital world.  

How? By creating an account and uploading some photographic evidence for review. The entire process takes just a couple of minutes.

Once verified, you’ll be free to safely and securely share this  information with participating organisations as you wish.

Your reusable digital identity can provide vital access to a wide range of everyday products and services, both online and in person.

Juniper Research predicts that over 6.5 billion of us will be using digital identities by 2026. Why not get ahead of the curve with SQR?

If you’d like to know more about some important factors when choosing a digital identity, read our article on the subject (coming soon). 

The SQR Application: What to Expect?

Verify your identity in just a few simple steps: 

Create SQR Account

Scan ID Document

Confirm Details

Scan Face

Submit Application

All you’ll need:

A Digital Device

One of these 1700+ Accepted ID Documents

An Internet Connection


The whole onboarding process is quick, simple and incredibly straightforward. Once submitted your application will be reviewed by SQR and, if approved, you’ll be able to securely share this data with organisations of your choosing.

Tired of carrying physical ID cards, memorising complex passcodes or answering abstract security questions? There’s a better alternative: simply scan your SQR code and your face, to prove unequivocally that you are indeed who you say you are.

Your Privacy is Paramount

We’re on a mission to create a more secure world. How? By keeping your data safe

Read about our UK Government Certification, which sets out stringent privacy standards, here

We share data only at your request - and always with consent

This technology cannot be used to pick your face out of a crowd

Biometrics not used by law enforcement or government bodies

Any questions?

Check out our FAQs or reach out to the SQR team directly – we’re here to help!

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