Worldcoin and How to Get Free Ksh 7k

A Worldcoin agent involved in the registration of Kenyans at KICC says the cryptocurrency project is lucrative but warned that it carries some risks.

The agent who sought anonymity claimed that he has personally made close to Sh80,000 in a span of four days as Kenyans hopped onto the new cryptocurrency craze in their numbers.

“My phone is ringing off the hook, we are in the business of helping people cash out.”

He said anyone with a smartphone can sign up and upon verification of their identity after scanning their iris, they receive free tokens which are then converted to Kenyan currency and instantly paid out.

“What you do is talk to them about Worldcoin and how it works and explain to them that cashing out is not as easy as they think and they could potentially lose their money if they do it on their own,” he said.

The agent said privacy concerns notwithstanding, the world is fast moving into the Artificial Intelligence era and embracing it is inevitable.

“It’s not like everyone is making it seem, it’s not dystopian as everyone seems to think it will be. The bottom line is there is money, billionaires are offering money why not take it?” he posed.

He said anyone willing to scan their iris for a price of Sh7,000 is obviously in need of financial aid and Worldcoin is offering exactly that.

The registration entitles a registered user to 25 free Worldcoin tokens worth about $2 (Sh284) amounting to roughly Sh7,000.

“That kind of a person I really don’t has much concern about privacy,” he said, further stating that the iris scan is for identifying humans from bots.

He spoke on Tuesday as the registration exercise at the KICC was stopped over security concerns and the Worldcoin team advised to look for a bigger venue.

Thousands of Kenyans in Nairobi trooped to KICC in their numbers to register for Worldcoin despite privacy concerns raised over the project.

Data Commissioner Immaculate Kassait on Friday called for vigilance even as the company assured of data privacy.

“As the ODPC conducts its assessment of WorldCoin’s practices to ensure compliance with the law, Kenyans are urged to ensure that they receive proper information before disclosing any personal or sensitive data. Individuals are advised to thoroughly inquire about how their data will be used,” Kassait said.

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