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TrigID uses a novel scheme, inspired by geometric triangulation. It takes common identifiers, encrypts them, then reduces their information content to 20 or fewer bits. This “mashing algorithm” makes what we call “Identity Vectors” that are really just arcs in a giant identity graph.
These arcs are no use by themselves. That's why they can encoded into a public blockchain. One 20-bit Mash, for example, can represent more than 2000 possible tokens from identifiers of any type. That's from the US alone, and it's before third parties start adding things like medical record ID's, tax file numbers...