The Future of Global Identity

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Investment Highlights

Targeting Nasdaq Capital Market listing

Trust Stamp submitted an application to list on NASDAQ in April 2021 and has been working through the application process with NASDAQ staff over the ensuing months.

Listing on NASDAQ requires meeting both quantitative and qualitative standards, and cannot be guaranteed, but we believe that we will meet the applicable standards if we:

  • Raise a minimum of $3m in new capital to increase net shareholder’s assets; and
  • Sustain an average trading volume of 2,000 shares per day over 30-trading days; and
  • Have a closing bid price of $4 or more on OTCQX at the point of seeking the listing2

Achieved $2.87M gross revenue in 2020 (non GAAP)1 resulting in net GAAP sales of $2.64M

Traded on the US OTCQX Best Market (OTCQX: IDAI) and Euronext Growth in Dublin (Euronext Growth: AIID ID)

Long term and expanding relationships with over half of our 24 customers, including Mastercard International

Investors include Mastercard, Synchrony Financial, and 630 Cybersecurity Fund

Accomplished leadership team brings many decades of experience in all operational areas and has raised over $21M in funding for Trust Stamp

Our proprietary technology is protected by 4 issued patents, 9 provisional and pending patents, and 4 additional applications in process as of 17 August 2021

Investment Highlights

Targeting Nasdaq Capital Market listing

Ongoing and expanding relationships with current customers including Mastercard International, along with ~13 other clients including FIS

Traction and network effect with Fortune 500 companies

Achieved $2.87M gross revenue in 2020 (non GAAP)

Largest customers are also investors

Deal Terms

Under this Regulation CF offering, if your annual income or networth is less than $107,000, your investment limit is the greater of $2,200 or 5% of your net income or networth (the largest of the two). If both your income and net worth exceed $107,000, your limit is 10% of the greater figure.


Maximum raise

US $1,000 per Investor

Minimum investment
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Raised to date
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Class A Common Stock + Warrant

For every share purchased in this round, investors also receive a warrant to (at their option) purchase an additional share of common stock at $4 per share in the company's next Regulation-A offering

US $4 per Share

Allocated as $3.893 for the share of common stock and $0.107 for the warrant


Pre-money valuation

More Info on the Class A Common Stock + Warrant

One notable component of our $4 price is that each share issued in this round is paired with a warrant to purchase an additional share of common stock for $4 in Trust Stamp's next Regulation-A offering. We have found this to be compelling especially among investors that participated in our raise on SeedInvest last year, given the change in share price between then and now.

“This Insurtech Startup Offers Facial Recognition for Good”


"We are committed to providing liquidity options for our shareholders in parallel to accessing the capital markets to fund organic and M&A growth. NASDAQ attracts some of the largest technology companies in the world and is the preeminent global market for innovative companies such as ours."

Gareth N Genner, Chief Executive Officer
of Trust Stamp

Trust Stamp submitted an application to list on NASDAQ in April 2021 and has been working through the application process with NASDAQ staff over the ensuing months.

Listing on NASDAQ requires meeting both quantitative and qualitative standards, and cannot be guaranteed, but we believe that we will meet the applicable standards if we:

  • Raise a minimum of $3m in new capital to increase net shareholder’s assets; and
  • Sustain an average trading volume of 2,000 shares per day over 30-trading days; and
  • Have a closing bid price of $4 or more on OTCQX at the point of seeking the listing2

Data Security Poses a Huge Risk to Society

In response to global high-profile data breaches, companies and institutions need a new method to authenticate identity. Biometrics are part of the solution, but unlike with your username and password, you cannot reset your biometrics when that information is lost or compromised. Stored biometric templates represent a growing and unquantified financial, security and PR liability and are the subject of growing governmental, media and public scrutiny.

  1. 1. We fill gaps in the existing market
    According to the 2020 Year End Data Breach Quickview Report, 3,932 breaches were publicly disclosed in 2020, exposing over 37 billion records. Juniper research forecasts that by 2025, biometrics will annually authenticate over $3 trillion of payment transactions. A growing number of industries rely on biometric identity solutions for their ubiquity and ease-of-use, but biometric data is highly sensitive and cannot be reset like a password if it is ever compromised. It is now a prime target for criminals!
  1. 2. We empower global access in the following developing market
    Technology is driving economic development at an even greater pace in emerging markets. But access, inclusion, and efficiency in these markets depends on the answer to the questions: Who are you? And Can I trust you? Over 1 billion people struggle to prove identity and participate in the market due to the ineffective identity infrastructures (World Bank); 1.7 billion people lack basic financial services including a bank account, and 4 billion people are underbanked (Forbes).

Billions of People are Societally and Financially Excluded

In response to global high-profile data breaches, companies and institutions need a new method to authenticate identity. Biometrics are part of the solution, but unlike with your username and password, you cannot reset your biometrics when that information is lost or compromised. Stored biometric templates represent a growing and unquantified financial, security and PR liability and are the subject of growing governmental, media and public scrutiny.

Trust Stamp's core technology irreversibly transforms biometric and other sensitive data into a proprietary token known as the IT2 (Irreversibly Transformed Identity Token). The IT2 enables accurate authentication without the need to store or share sensitive personal data, thereby retaining the usefulness of biometric data while minimizing the risk. Trust Stamp empowers individuals to retain ownership of their data and prevent fraudulent activity using their identity, while allowing businesses to adopt biometrics and other anti-fraud initiatives while protecting personal information from hacks and leaks.

Trust Stamp technology is used to improve customer onboarding, create a better user experience, improve data quality, increase inclusion, and significantly reduce fraud. Our solutions can be compatible with any biometric modality or provider and are designed to work efficiently at scale, adding a layer of safety, security, and interoperability to any existing solutions. With online and offline functionality, Trust Stamp technology is effective in even the most remote locations in the world.

“The only limitation on the use of Trust Stamp’s technology is your imagination”

Raman Narayanswamy

former Mastercard VP, Humanitarian and Development, Digital Identity Strategy
(now Trust Stamp’s Chief Innovation Officer)

Solutions for all Industries

Trust Stamp builds AI-powered micro-service technologies that enable efficient, low-cost customization, bridging the gap between inflexible out-of-the-box solutions and expensive custom implementations. This model expands the accessibility of our powerful identity management, verification, and fraud-prevention solutions to meet the needs of companies of all sizes with contracts that provide for significant long-term pay-per-use revenue.

Banking & FinTech
Crypto & Blockchain
KYC/AML Compliance
Government & Law Enforcement
Real Estate
Digital Communication Security
Travel & Hospitality

Large & Growing Biometrics Market

We are seeking funding to accelerate our market penetration and revenue generation in response to the growing market opportunity.

As biometric solutions proliferate, so does the need to protect biometric data. Use and storage of unprotected biometric data poses great financial and reputational risk to consumers and organizations.

COVID-19 and
Accelerated Digitization

The rapid move to digital and touchless transactions in commerce, finance, healthcare, travel, and more = growth in addressable needs to quickly and securely establish trust in a virtual environment.

Estimated spend on digital identity verification by businesses in 2021 (Juniper)
Contactless biometric mkt. by 2030 (17.4% CAGR) (Future Market Insights)
People more inclined to adopt mobile banking (Lightico)
Internal & external process
digitization accelerated by
3-4 years (McKinsey
Global Survey of executives
Increase in institutional online bank platform users (Citigroup)
Increase in contactless transactions (Mastercard)
Growth in payments volume via Paypal (Paypal)

Growth Opportunities

1. African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA)
  • Largest free trade area in the world measured by number of countries connects 1.3 billion people across 55 countries with a combined GDP of $3.4 trillion with the potential to lift 95 million people out of poverty (World Bank)
  • Our secure, and accessible identity systems are optimized for low-connectivity and low-resource environments with minimal hardware needs
  • As a result of inter-governmental introductions and our presence in Rwanda, Trust Stamp is positioned to play a role in realizing its potential
2. European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
  • High cost: average Fortune 500 company spends $16 million on GDPR compliance (Forbes)
  • High risk: €170 million fined in 2020 (+197% YoY) (SecurityWeek)
  • Trust Stamp’s data protection solutions directly address issues in the top four categories of reported GDPR violations

Trust Stamp's Industry Growth

2016 / 2017

  • Customer discovery, IP portfolio and core-AI development
  • Onboarded 1st S&P 500 bank customer with exclusive rights for bank/credit uses through 2018 while the scale and scope of our work continues to grow
  • U.S. and U.K. end-user facing beta implementations
  • Iterative product development
  • Multiple accelerators



  • Commercial go-to-market strategy executed
  • Mastercard service agreement / 5 SOWs
  • NCSC Accelerator
  • $2.87M Gross Revenue (non-GAAP)1 resulting in net GAAP sales of $2.64M
  • 9 patent filings
  • Established Hague-based B Corp Subsidiary
  • European R&D hubs launched with US $1.15M funding award from the Republic of Malta
  • Go-to-market team onboarded
  • UK FCA Sandbox
  • Euronext Growth listing
  • Team growth from 30 to 63
  • Successfully completed $10mm Series A
  • 1 patent issued



  • Quoted on OTCQX
  • Clients increased from 17 to 24
  • Winner of FIS Accelerator with our IDChex technology
  • OnRamp (Insurance) Accelerator Program
  • Hangar 51 (Aviation) Accelerator Program
  • Team growth from 63 to 86
  • Rwandan R&D center opened with 14 staff
  • $4M raised under Regulation D
  • Acquisition of
  • 4 patent filings
  • 3 patents issued
  • $3.9M contract awarded by U.S. Government

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Partners & Customers Including:

Target: digital identities for 100M people with deduplication for humanitarian and development projects
Customer onboarding, account recovery & fraud-prevention
Open Banking APIs for bank, document, & biometric authentication
P2P transactional data sharing
International pre-employment background checks
Identifying victims of human trafficking through non-PII data matching
Full KYC/AML in the UK
Identity authentication tool available to 1.3M Realtors
Orchestration layer for value-add identity services
Identity verification for cryptocurrency ATMs
Multiple projects covering due diligence, identity, quantum computing and artificial intelligence capabilities
Non-biometric IT2matching for secure inter-organizational collaboration on human trafficking intelligence


Trust Stamp graduated from the 2018 Mastercard Start Path accelerator program.
Mastercard and Trust Stamp introduced their first public collaboration with a secure non-PII authentication network for both online and offline environments at the June 2019 ID4Africa conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. In November 2019, Mastercard’s Inclusive Identity solution utilizing Trust Stamp technology was announced at the Bloomberg New Economy Forum in Beijing as one of six “New Economy Solutions 2020” in the ‘emerging technology’ category.
Trust Stamp announced a strategic investment from Mastercard.
proven solutions

Improving customer experience and security for one of America’s largest credit card issuing banks

Trust Stamp has collaborated with the bank for over 5-years in the implementation of biometric identity verification, document validation, fraud detection and duplicate detection and prevention technologies. The bank has implemented this framework into their onboarding and account recovery processes to enhance security with robust privacy and fraud-prevention measures that have a bottom-line impact:


Detect and prevent identity fraud

Our AI identified three organized fraud rings in 2019 alone! In one sample of 7,915 applicants, we identified 63 unique fraudsters and referred 33 more for investigation.

Recover previously lost customers

In a sample of existing customers whose accounts were closed for failing legacy authentication methods, 83% of the accounts were reopened.

Onboard more genuine users with an improved pass rate

In a sample of new account applicants previously declined for failing legacy identity authentication, 81% of the applications were approved.


Detect and prevent identity fraud

Our AI identified three organized fraud rings in 2019 alone! In one sample of 7,915 applicants, we identified 63 unique fraudsters and referred 33 more for investigation.

Recover previously lost customers

Existing customers whose accounts were closed for failing legacy authentication methods: overall 83% of accounts reopened.

Onboard more genuine users with an improved pass rate

New account applicants previously declined for identity authentication: overall 81% of accounts reopened.

Trust Stamp for Banks

Bank Account Takeover Detection

In 2019 we ran a beta with 8,000 users. Throughout the year, our AI took down three organized fraud gangs. A total of 63 unique fraudsters were caught and 33 suspects were identified. 83% of closed accounts were reopened and 81% of denied applications were approved.

Any biometrics
unique fraudsters were caught
suspects were identified
of  Closed Accounts
of  Denied Applications
Revenue Projections

Conservative Revenue Chart

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Executive Management and Board

Trust Stamp has a global team of more than 80 talented and dedicated individuals in eight countries including 7 doctoral level team members and an additional 23 team members with masters and higher educational qualifications. The leadership team and Board of Directors includes:
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Gareth N. Genner

CEO, Founder, Executive Director
  • 20+ years of experience in technical, operational, and leadership roles
  • Serial entrepreneur and inventor
  • UK, US and international legal qualifications
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Andrew Gowasack

Founder & President, Executive Director
  • Skilled in lean-startup methodology for rapid and effective scaling, innovating for product-market fit, and guiding business development initiatives
  • Economist background with experience in sales and marketing in the financial services space
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Scott Francis

Chief Technology Officer
  • Computer scientist by training with experience in software development and technical leadership
  • Former role in the Program Management Office at Google for nine years
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Dr. Norman Poh

Chief Science Officer
  • Renowned authority in computer vision, biometrics, and security with more than 100 peer-reviewed publications and experience across academia and industry
  • PhD in Machine Learning and Information Fusion from IDIAP research institute, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland

Kinny Chan

Chief Commercial Officer
  • 10+ years of experience in the sales and marketing of complex enterprise tech solutions
  • Unique understanding of commercially viable innovation built on experience establishing and growing tech companies
  • A lawyer by training with expertise intersecting business, technology, and law

Alex Valdes

Chief Financial Officer
  • Dual qualified as CPA/CMA with 10+ years of experience in finance and operations
  • Background in public accounting and business strategy consulting
  • Entrepreneurial by nature, having founded, operated, and successfully exited four companies before the age of 24

Josh Allen

EVP | Mergers and Acquisitions, Executive Director 
  • 20+ years in private equity, venture capital, governance, and non-profit management
  • Expertise in M&A involving financial services and technology

John Bridge

EVP | Government & Law
  • Retired Chief Inspector of Financial Surveillance, USMS, with 30+ years in law enforcement 
  • Expertise in fraud detection, digital currency and cyber investigations, as well as operational risks and controls
  • Actively involved in industry associations as a charter member of the DC Blockchain Alliance and a member of the North Carolina Blockchain Initiative, IAFCI, ASIS, and HTCIA

David Story

Executive Chairman of the Board
  • Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors with a focus on commercial real estate investment and portfolio management
  • 30+ years of managerial, operational, and advisory experience with strong analytical and consensus building skills

Mark Birschbach

Independent Non-Executive Director 
  • SVP Strategic Business, Innovation & Technology at National Association of REALTORS®

Bill McClintock

Independent Non-Executive Director
  • 50+ years of entrepreneurial, management and public company leadership experience

Nisha Naik

  • Expertise in marketing and communications
  • Background in industrial design from the Georgia Institute of Technology

Raman Narayanswamy

Chief Information Officer
  • Former VP, Humanitarian & Development (Digital Identity) at Mastercard where he worked closely with Trust Stamp to drive our first public collaboration with Mastercard
  • Identity and cybersecurity expert with over 20 years of experience working across public and private sectors, with technical expertise in biometric solutions, cryptography, and distributed ledger technologies.

Recent News

September 28 2021
Strong Half-Year 2021 Performance
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September 27 2021
Trust Stamp Awarded $3.9M DHS Contract
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September 17 2021
Trust Stamp's Biometric Privacy Technology to Serve 30M People by Mastercard and Paycode:
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September 2 2021
New Chief Innovation Officer, Former Mastercard VP
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June 4 2021
Trust Stamp Raises $4M in Private Offering
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June 3 2021
Trust Stamp EVP Joins the US Department of Commerce Trade Finance Advisory Council
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April 28 2021
Times of Malta: Investing in Innovation
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April 7 2021
Strategic Investment from Second Century Ventures
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April 8 2021
Trust Stamp Files for NASDAQ Listing
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April 1 2021
Why COVID, Regulations and Digitisation Boost Innovation
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March 26 2021
Identity & Trust Verification Tool Patent Granted
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March 25 2021
Medical QR Code Technology - Finalist in Hague Innovators Challenge
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March 18 2021
Trust Stamp Acquires PixelPin, Innovative Authentication IP
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Use of Proceeds

  • $75,000 estimated cost of raise
  • $10,000 accelerated productization of IP
  • $15,000 expanded sales & marketing budget
  • $365,000 estimated cost of raise
  • $2,000,000  accelerated productization of IP
  • $2,000,000 expanded sales & marketing budget
  • $635,000 mergers and acquisition warchest

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What is a warrant?

Stock warrants, like stock options, give investors the right to buy a specific stock  at a certain price level on or before a certain date.

How do I exercise my warrants?

The Warrant Holder may exercise the Warrant by returning to the company, at ““, the Notice of Exercise form (see Exhibit A in the subscription agreement) together with full payment in the amount of the exercise price multiplied by the number of shares being purchased. Acceptable forms of payment include ACH, wire transfer, debit card, credit card, or check payable to T Stamp, Inc. The exercise price is $4.00 per Warrant thus providing an opportunity to purchase Class A Common Stock at $4.00 per Warrant.

Do I have to exercise my warrants?

No, the Warrant does not require the Warrant Holder to exercise the Warrant to purchase a share of Class A Common Stock. Although, if you wish to exercise the Warrant, it must be done prior to the Warrant’s expiration date.

When can I exercise my warrants?

The warrants that are being issued are exercisable when the company qualifies its next Regulation-A offering. The reason for this is that the issue of the shares to satisfy the exercised warrants needs to be pursuant to either a registered or an exempt offering. The Company has already instructed securities counsel to prepare the Regulation-A filing and commits to filing before or soon after concluding this offering. The “qualification” of a Regulation-A offering is entirely at the discretion of the SEC but typically takes two to three months after filing.

When will my warrant expire?

The Warrant will expire and no longer be exercisable as of the earlier of 5:00 p.m., Pacific Time, on the twelve-month anniversary of the date of qualification by the Securities and Exchange Commission or the acquisition (including, without limitation, any stock acquisition, reorganization, merger, or consolidation, but excluding any sale of stock for capital raising purposes and any transaction changing the the Company’s jurisdiction of incorporation)  or sale, lease, or disposition of Trust Stamp.

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