Research on distributed hash tables (Kademlia) with personal realm based security (Kerberos) sparks the idea to design a system of trust management that works for the human scale.
Discovery of the NSA paper “How to Make a Mint”, which was first published in 1996.
Blockchain technology makes the possibility of a human scale trust system feasible and the year in which Jed’s “identity” was stolen for the first time.
Founding of KYC3 begins the journey into compliance and regulatory trust.
Office of Personnel Management informs Jed that his security clearance file has been stolen from their systems.
KYC3 inducted into Fintech Fusion.
First Peer Mountain tech spec filed as iDepot 68499 at the Benelux Office of Intellectual Property.
KYC3 selected for L’Atelier by BNP Paribas.
KYC3 completes Fintech Fusion.
KYC3 secures capital increase for March 2017.
Peer Mountain project is born, KYC3 leads and will be a service provider to the platform.
Major Swiss financial services provider agrees to co-build Peer Mountain for 3 million users and signs Letter of Intent to do so.
KYC3 achieves 2016 revenue level
German Corporation expresses intent to deploy Peer Mountain when ready with 9 million users.
Peer Mountain prototyping.
German Corporation contracts Peer Mountain technology for early deployment.
Peer Mountain exits stealth mode.
Peer Mountain v1 deployment.
Peer Mountain production deployment by Swiss financial services partner.
Peer Mountain deployment to 3 million end users in Switzerland.
Peer Mountain deployment by German corporation to 9 million end users.