KYD is an acronym that stands for Know-Your-Developer.

     Originating as a clever play on the acronym KYC, KYD is a framework proposed by the crypto and digital asset communities as a measure to guarantee quality software developers being recruited for the building of products for the decentralized digital economy.

     Where KYC is used to verify and validate the identities of customers – KYD is used to verify and validate the identities of developers

revealed, such as passwords & private interest; and even psycho-social information can be deduced from deep key analytics such as frequencies of specific key usage & typing speeds.

    While the software itself is actually legal and commonly found in corporate and organizational environments, its use without the device owner’s knowledge is a criminal offense.

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