Coming Soon : miiCard Verified Virtual Wallets

Verify Virtual Wallets for Bitcoin, Ripple, Litecoin, Dogecoin, PayPal and more

Following requests from our members and virtual currency services to be able to prove ownership of cryptographic currencies we are adding the Verified Virtual Wallet feature. This new feature allows miiCard members to create trust with the sites and individuals they trade with by connecting their virtual wallets to their miiCard online identity.

We will be releasing this feature very soon, in the meantime here's a preview:

What's New : Use your miiCard on these Bitcoin Sites

Virtual currencies such as Bitcoin are becoming more popular with lots of new services taking advantage of this decentralised peer-to-peer payment system. If you want to learn more about virtual currency this short Bitcoin video provides a good introduction »

As with any transaction of value online, trust and security are paramount, and so it's no surprise that many of these sites are adding miiCard to verify their customers' true identities and eliminate fraud risk.


New Bitcoin sites accepting miiCard include:

Get Paid In Bitcoin

Get Paid In Bitcoin secured with miiCard Trusted Identities


Get Paid In Bitcoin is the first business that specialises in paying people their regular wages in Bitcoin.

Payment fraud prevention and Identity at PYMNTS Innovation Project 2014

In its second year, attendees to the PYMNTS Innovation Project 2014 conference at Harvard University discussed, debated and considered the rapid transformation of payments, with a focus on payment fraud prevention, a key area where identity has a very strong role to play.

The conference gave a global and historical context to payments innovation by balancing the old and the established with the new and disruptive. Contributors were diverse including George Wallner, CTO of Loop and founder of Hypercom which launched the first modern mag-stripe POS terminals and network equipment; corporate leaders like former Tesco CEO Sir Terry Leahy and of course disruptive payments entrepreneurs from LevelUp, Ripple and Coinbase.

Here’s a quick summary from an identity and payment fraud perspective.