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This page describes how to onboard zkMe services
Next, you'll need to configure the verification levels for your project. zkMe offers Basic, Standard, and Advanced levels of verification, and you can choose the one that best suits your project's needs. You can also configure any add-ons at this stage.
Once you have registered and configured your verification levels, you'll need to integrate the zkMe API into your project. This will involve adding the appropriate code to your project to connect it with zkMe's servers. zkMe will provide documentation and technical support to assist with this process.
With the zkMe API integrated, you can now begin onboarding users. When a user signs up for your project, they will be directed to complete the zkMe verification process. The specifics of this process will depend on the verification level you have chosen:
- For the Basic level, users will need to provide proof of personhood, complete a liveness check, and a uniqueness check.
- For the Standard level, users will also need to provide proof of citizenship, and complete AML, KYT, ID document verification, Age of Majority checks, PEP/Sanction lists checks, and adverse media checks.
- For the Advanced level, users will also need to verify that they are accredited investors.
Once a user has completed the verification process, zkMe will return a verification status to your project. This will inform you whether the user has successfully completed the verification process and at what level.
After a user has been onboarded, zkMe provides tools for ongoing user management. This includes tools for monitoring user activity, re-verifying user identities if necessary, and managing user data in compliance with privacy laws and regulations.