Using Yoti to buy Jägermeister
August 28, 2019
Together with Jägermeister, we’re driving responsible alcohol sales online. Our age verification app allows customers to simply and securely prove their age when using their debit card to buy from the Jägermeister online shop. It also makes it harder for children to bypass the Challenge 25 policy they face in shops, which is notoriously hard [...]
Yoti partners with the Ticket Bank
The Ticket Bank: putting trust and purpose back into the ticketing industry
May 21, 2019
For most of us, access to live music, theatre performances and other events can often be taken for granted. But sadly this is not the case for many others. Financial constraints, care commitments and social exclusion are just some of the barriers that can prohibit people from going out and enjoying the things they love, [...]
Yoti trials blockchain in property transactions with HM Land Registry
April 17, 2019

London, UK, 17th April 2019 – As part of HM Land Registry’s Digital Street research and development project, digital identity company Yoti has worked with the organisation and other partners on a blockchain prototype to show how buying and selling a house can be made simpler and quicker by demonstrating a digital transfer of ownership.  […]

Making the Yubo app safer for users
February 5, 2019

Just in time for Safer Internet Day, we’re excited to announce our partnership with social networking app Yubo. Founded in 2015, Yubo is a platform for young people to form friendships online. Its mission is to create a safe space for teenagers and young adults to socialise and share content in a safe, responsible way. […]

Shaping the future of travel with Heathrow Airport
October 18, 2018

We have more big news to share with you this week. We’re excited to announce that we are involved in trials with Heathrow, to explore biometric travel for passengers. With annual passenger volumes rising, airlines and airports are looking to technology to transform airports as we know them, reducing queue times, increasing security standards and […]

Streamlining the self-checkout experience with NCR
October 17, 2018

It’s an all too familiar scene: you’re at the supermarket picking up dinner and a nice bottle of wine. It’s Friday and you just want to get home and relax. The queues for the staffed checkouts are long and you’re in a rush to catch the train home so you opt for the speed of […]

Example screen of someone using digital ID to access nightclubs and festivals
Using Yoti as ID at festivals and clubs in Jersey
July 12, 2018
This summer marks the first time that Yoti can be used as ID at festivals. Last weekend, on a sunny Saturday on the island of Jersey, revellers at Out There festival used the Yoti app to prove they were over 18 and gain entry to the festival. Instead of having to take valuable ID documents [...]
Yoti and CitizenCard launch new digital ID card
May 3, 2018

Everyone needs a way to prove their identity. Whether it’s to collect a parcel from the post office, buy an age restricted item, open a bank account or apply for a job. For many young people, they’re too young to have a driving licence and their parents don’t want them to carry around a £49 […]

Yoti selected as the official identity provider for the Government of Jersey
March 23, 2018

Today marks a landmark day for Yoti. We have been selected as the identity provider for the Government of Jersey. Securing our first government contract is a huge milestone in our journey and something all of the team are incredibly proud of.   Jersey’s search for an ID solution In August 2017, Jersey’s Government issued […]

Yoti on a map of Scotland, marking the partnership with the Improvement Service
Yoti partners with the Improvement Service to help deliver digital services to Scottish citizens
March 11, 2018
Today marks a landmark day for Yoti. We’ve been selected by the Improvement Service in Scotland to help transform local and regional services. We’ll give Scottish residents an easier and safer way of proving their age and entitlement to access a wide range of services, rewards and discounts. What does this mean for Scottish citizens? [...]