We're on a mission to become the world's most trusted identity platform.
We make it safer for individuals to prove who they are
We began in 2014 by building a free consumer app that puts your ID on your phone. The Yoti app is designed with privacy at its core, giving individuals a safe way to share personal details with businesses and individuals.
Today, we have over eight million app downloads around the world. We’ve expanded our offering to a suite of business solutions that span identity verification, age estimation, e-signing and AI anti-spoofing technologies.
We’re working together to fix an outdated identity system
This is not a journey we make on our own but with policy advisors, think tanks, researchers, academics, humanitarian bodies, our users and everyday people.
How we make money
The Yoti app will always be free for individuals. We make money by charging businesses to check the identity details of their customers.
Our systems are built in a way that means only the user can access their data, which means we cannot mine or sell user data to third parties.
Doing good is part of our DNA
As a certified B Corp, we balance profit with people and the planet. We are committed to solving identity problems through grassroots research and social purpose initiatives such as our Yoti Fellowship Programme.
Staying true to our principles
Our independent ethics board is made up of influential individuals from relevant fields such as human rights, data privacy and last mile tech. With no financial stake in the company, our Guardians offer their impartial views on the technology we’re developing or business decisions we’re making. They help us to navigate the complex world of identity and ensure we always strive to do what’s right by our community.
Ethics and trust committee
Our internal committee makes sure that we stick to our core principles in day-to-day work. They determine our public commitments on ethical and moral issues and devise practical solutions for the company.