Roles & Responsibilities

Policy Owner

Clients of Keyring, creating and maintaining Admission Policies.

  • Select data sources.

  • Define, maintain, and operate the Admission Policy.

  • Upgrade the Policy as required by regulatory standards.

  • Define onboarding requirements and risk frameworks for decision-making.

  • Make the ultimate decision on users' Pass/Fail status.

  • May conduct activity monitoring and submit reports, independently from Keyring.

Compliance Partner

Entities that supply and process user data under an agreement with Keyring.

  • Carry out checks outlined by the Policy's Rule.

  • Verify information and flag risks according to their best practices.

  • Ask users for more information as needed.

  • Answer additional questions on the process conducted as required.

  • Conduct compliance training for Compliance Officers.

  • Conduct regular third-party audits on its processes.

Client & End-User

  • Clients: Financial service providers or protocols that choose to administer or rely on an Admission Policy for permissioning. They are responsible for inspecting the Policy and deciding whether it fits their own compliance requirements.

  • End-Users: Provide accurate information for onboarding and create Credentials via the Keyring solution. Users should also inspect the Policy they want to onboard for and decide whether it matches their own compliance requirements.

Keyring Network

Keyring provides the underlying connections to data sources and permissioning infrastructure. Its main role is to ensure the platform's operational integrity.

  • Connect to data sources via API, on-chain connectors or other means.

  • Maintain the Rule Builder.

  • Operate the core oracle services (the Attestor and Aggregator services).

  • Test security and robustness of its audited smart contracts on-chain.

Keyring is a technology provider and has no legal right in any jurisdiction to carry out enforcement activities or freeze assets.

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