Medallion™

Authenticates pre-built UI to verify your users, with minimal code and automate your verification process using workflows.

Medallion™ is an application provided by Authenticate to offer clients a singular interface that redirects a user within the client's application or website to complete identity verification.

This hosted UI allows a user to securely capture images of their photo ID, passport, and themselves to verify their identity with a forensic, forgery, and biometric analysis of the document. Or the user can choose to take a knowledge-based authentication (KBA) quiz.

Medallion™ is equipped with state-of-the-art auto-image capture to ensure that the images taken of a photo ID or passport are clear enough to be analyzed and verified.

Medallion™ also offers a facial recognition comparison score and passive liveness check with anti-spoofing technology using the camera on a mobile device to ensure that the person authenticating this identity is the actual individual that identity belongs to.

Using Medallion™ along with APIs

You can use Medallion along with Authenticate's APIs. It's as simple as creating a user, and a verification link.

Using Medallion™ along with a Low-Code script

You can embed Medallion as a single button within your application.

Include the below script tags in your HTML file to enable the button.

<script src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-3.6.3.min.js"></script>
<script src="https://cdn.authenticating.com/public/verifyUI/client.js"></script>

The sample code for the button is below. When the user clicks the button it will generate a JSON web token to associate the user with that particular verification workflow.


<button
  onclick="identify('COMPANY_ACCESS_CODE', {
  email: '[email protected]',
  firstName: 'John',
  middleName: 'Smith',
  lastName: 'Doe',
  dob: '11-02-1976',
  preferredWorkflowID:'ADD_WORKFLOW_ID_HERE',
  redirectURL:'https://www.authenticating.com'
  })"
  >
Verify
</button>

If you don't have your COMPANY_ACCESS_CODE, you can sign up on our portal.

preferredWorkflowID is optional. If it is not provided, the default workflow will be used.

The redirectURL has to be a valid SSL Secured URL. If the redirectURL is provided it will redirect the user to the specified URL after the verification process is complete.