System and Method for Independent User Effort-Based Validation
Issued December 20, 2020
A method of authenticating a user based on user effort, the method includes receiving a registration from a user device with a user effort-based identity authorization token and a first user effort, submitting the first effort to the effort validation server, receiving an effort analysis from the effort validation server, issuing a credential to the user device based on the effort analysis, receiving an access request from the user device, the access request including the credential and a second effort, providing the second effort to the validation server, receiving a validation response from the validation server, and granting access to the user device as a function of the validation response.
This allows for a provider to issue a physical or electronic credential that connects effort to other components, and can be used to validate identity on disconnected systems. With this portability, GDPR Article 20 requirements are met, and healthcare insurance fraud can be easily addressed, as well as anonymous authentication requirements, such as medical trials.