NSPCC, the UK’s leading children’s charity, worked with Yoti to create a way for young people to anonymously report indecent images posted online. The application allows children to anonymously prove they are under 18 and consequently able to request indecent images of themselves are removed from websites. Prior to the development of this application, young people had to send a scan of their passport which revealed far more information about young person than was necessary.
Read more about how this solution came about here https://www.yoti.com/blog/yoti-charity-hackathon-what-happened-next-the-nspcc-story
Drink Command, a leading self serve beer system, is using Yoti to verify the age of their customers so that their technology can be truly 'self serve' with no need for staff to check the age of their customers first.
"The number one question that customers ask us about self-serve beer systems is "How do you prevent under 18s from accessing the beer"? With Yoti on our Drink Command technology we have found the answer that customers are looking for." - Robbie Ward, Co-founder & Marketing Director, Drink Command