About electronic identities

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Danish MitID

MitID is backed by a collaboration of the Danish government and the banking sector. MitID is a replacement for its predecessor, NemID,  and by June 2023, MitID will be the only option available.

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MitID Erhverv

MitID Erhverv is replacing the old NemID Medarbejdersignatur as the sole identity solution for business employees in Denmark. Employees will use MitID Erhverv to log in to public or private self-service platforms and read digital letters sent to the company, among other things. NemID Medarbejdersignatur will be completely phased out on October 31.

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Belgian itsme®

itsme® is a digital mobile ID accessed through an app and enables fast and secure online verifications. itsme® is used primarily in Belgium, with the Netherlands starting to pick up speed. It is used for verifying transactions, signing documents, and logging in to websites and mobile apps.

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Dutch iDIN

iDIN is provided by the Dutch banks through the Dutch Payments Association. iDIN is not a common user experience for all, as known from the Scandinavian eIDs. Instead, each user authenticates with their bank of choice.

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Norwegian BankID

The Norwegian BankID was first issued in 2004 and is now being updated with the introduction of the BankID app. The BankID app will introduce biometrics as a method of authentication. Through fingerprint or face recognition, BankID authentications will become much smoother.

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Finnish Trust Network

The Finnish Trust Network (FTN) combines identity services from Finnish banks and the Mobile ID, Mobiilivarmenne. FTN is not a common user experience for all; instead, each user authenticates with their bank of choice.

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Belgian eID

Belgian eID, .beID, is the smartcard-based government ID. This established eID requires a smartcard reader and can be used for authentication, logging into public services, and digital signatures.

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Swedish BankID

BankID is provided by the Swedish banks and is used extensively across all industries. BankID is used daily by more than 8 million people for more than 20 million authentications and digital signatures in the public and private sectors.

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Norwegian Vipps

Vipps Login is a digital identity embedded in the hugely popular peer-to-peer payment app, Vipps.  Vipps Login provides a smooth authentication and identification experience using the most popular consumer app in Norway.  It is recommended to use Vipps Login only for lower risk, more casual authentication and identification, whereas Norwegian BankID should s the option of choice for higher security.

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Dutch DigiD

DigiD is provided by the Dutch government and is used widely across the public sector and increasingly also in the private sector. Organizations eligible to support DigID are those within the public sector or private companies that handle a public service.

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What is an electronic identity?

A persons online identity

An electronic identity (eID) is a digital method for people to claim their identity in an online context and are the equivalent to physical forms of IDs. eIDs are not only as trustworthy as physical IDs, but they are also safer and more convenient to use.

Know Your Customer (KYC)

Authentications or digital signatures with eIDs provide secure user verifications since they are compliant with the eIDAS regulation and help ensure that companies stay KYC and AML compliant. This means that companies can be safe knowing that their customers are who they say they are through eID authentications or signatures.

Overview

eID provider fees and onboarding

Every eID has its own application process in order to get started. Once in production, the eID providers also charge an underlying provider fee. Get a full overview here.

Danish MitID

Setup fee

DKK 1,200

Price per login

Authentication: DKK 0.28 

Additional fees may apply if you request extra information such as addresses. Please get in touch for more details.

Billing

Monthly by  Criipto.

Apart from your subscription for Criipto Verify, you will be paying for actually consumed transactions from MitID.

The eID provider fee is charged by Nets, the provider of the MitID core, but invoiced and collected by Criipto.

Pricing shown might vary over time, but the Danish Agency for Digitization has all the details about how the fee is calculated.

Onboarding

You must register before going into production with MitID. You can apply from your Criipto account.

In order to apply for MitID in production on behalf of a company, you must meet the basic requirements. 

Get the full guide to ordering MitID here.

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Danish MitID Erhverv

Setup fee

DKK 1,200

Price per login

Authentication: DKK 0.75

Billing

Monthly by  Criipto.

Apart from your subscription for Criipto Verify, you will be paying for actually consumed transactions from MitID.

Onboarding

You must register before going into production with MitID. You can apply directly from your Criipto account.

In order to apply for MitID Erhverv in production on behalf of a company, you must first meet the basic requirements. 

Get the full guide to ordering MitID here.

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Norwegian BankID

Setup fee

DKK 1,200 

Price per login

Biometric BankID (app) authentication: DKK 0.65
Traditional BankID DKK authentication: DKK 0.90

Additional fees may apply if you request extra information, such as addresses, or need a full KYC check. Please get in touch for more details.

Billing

Monthly by Criipto.

Apart from your subscription to Criipto Verify, you will be charged actual consumption of BankID transactions (logins and signatures) from BankID BankAxept, the provider of BankID services.

The prices above are charged for Norwegian BankID, invoiced and collected by Criipto.

Onboarding

In order to apply for the BankID client credentials for a company, you must meet the basic requirements:

  • Your company must be a customer of a Norwegian Bank. Most banks in Norway are part of the BankID network.
  • The person that will sign the contract must be in possession of one of these personal eIDs: Norwegian BankID, Swedish BankID, or Danish NemID
  • You must have completed step 5 in the Getting ready for production guide. You will need the production domain to complete the order for your client credentials.
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Swedish BankID

Setup fee

DKK 1,200

Price per login

Authentication: DKK 0.10

You consume one unit every time a user successfully logs in or signs a document with BankID. Failed transactions do not count.

No other fees apply. Social security numbers (“personnummer” in Swedish) are always delivered at no extra cost.

Billing

Monthly by Criipto.

Apart from your subscription to Criipto Verify, you will be paying for actually consumed transactions (logins or signatures) from the underlying national or bank-provided eID service.

Please see above the prices charged by our Swedish BankID partner, Swedbank, but invoiced and collected by Criipto.

Note that this will be invoiced monthly based on your actual consumption.

Onboarding

To start accepting real users with Swedish BankID, you must first request a certificate to identify your organization.

Criipto acts as a reseller for Swedbank, which means that you will have to go through a simple approval process with Swedbank. The process is managed by Criipto.

To order the actual certificate, simply download this form and return a filled-out copy to support@criipto.com

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Finnish Trust Network

Setup fee

€ 160 / DKK 1,200

Price per login

€ 0.06 / DKK 0.45

Billing

Monthly by Criipto.

Apart from your subscription to Criipto Verify, you will be charged the actual consumption of FTN transactions.

The prices above are charged for FTN, invoiced and collected by Criipto.

Onboarding

There are no formal prerequisites to be allowed to accept FTN logins in your application. But as described below, you must fill out the necessary End Customer Agreement.

The filled-out agreement will be reviewed by Telia Finland.

Access to the Finnish Trust Network, FTN, (BankID and the Mobile Certificate, Mobiilivarmenne) is provided by Telia Finland. In order to start using FTN, you must accept the terms from Telia.

You need to download the End Customer Agreement (PDF), fill it out, and then return a signed copy to support@criipto.com.

Go to documentation to read the full guide.

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Belgian itsme®

Setup fee

DKK 1,200

Documentation

Find the guide to get started with itsme® in our documentation

Contact us

Want to know more about getting started with itsme®?

- Drop us a line at support@criipto.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible. 

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Norwegian Vipps Login

Setup fee

DKK 1,200

Price per login

Price per login without SSN: DKK. 0.00

Price per login with SSN: DKK. 0.40

Note: the prices for Vipps Login will be updated from August 1st, 2024.

Billing

Monthly by Criipto.

Apart from your subscription to Criipto Verify, you will be charged the actual consumption of transactions with SSN. 

The prices above are charged for Vipps, invoiced and collected by Criipto.

Onboarding

In order to apply for the Vipps Login client credentials for a company, you must meet the basic requirements. 

  • Your company must be registered in the central Norwegian business registry, Brønnøysundregistrene
  • The person that will sign the contract must be in possession of a Norwegian BankID
  • You must have completed step 5 in the Getting ready for production guide. You will need the production domain when registering with Vipps.

Before you can order the credentials from Vipps, you will need create a production domain in Criipto Verify as described in the Getting ready for production guide.

Once you have set up the production domain, go to the Identity sources section and take note of the URL displayed. It must be supplied when ordering the client credentials.

Go to documentation to get the full guide.

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Belgian eID (.beID)

Setup fee

DK 1,200

Documentation

This login method is smartcard-based, so you will need both a smartcard reader and accompanying cards.

For test domains, you can use both test-specific cards and also "live" cards. The only difference is that on test domains, the data from the card will not be verified after being read.

You cannot use test cards for production domains, as the data on these cannot be verified.

Learn more on how to get started with .beID in our documentation.

Contact us

Want to know more about getting started with Belgian eID (.beID)?

- Drop us a line at support@criipto.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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Dutch iDIN

Setup fee

EUR 160

Price per login

Full identification returns name, address, birth date, gender, and BIN (personal ID which is different from the Dutch BSN).
Day-to-day authentication returns only the BIN.

Full identification: EUR 0.42
Authentication: EUR 0.10 

Billing

Monthly by Criipto

Apart from your subscription for Criipto Verify, you will be paying for actually consumed iDIN transactions.

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Dutch DigiD

Setup fee

DKK 1,200

Contact us

Want to know more about getting started with DigiD?

- Drop us a line at support@criipto.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible. 

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The benefits of eIDs

Simplified customer journey

Companies can allow their users to authenticate themselves or digitally sign documents by using their existing eID to provide a simple and recognizable process. This greatly reduces friction and the risk of visitors abandoning their user journey.

 

Learn how to optimize customer onboarding with eIDs >

Ease of integration

Companies benefit by plugging into the existing eID ecosystem instead of developing their own methods and processes from scratch. This frees up developer resources to focus on more valuable business priorities.

Improved trust

Relying on government, bank or mobile-maintained digital IDs helps to put your customers at ease. As such, merely highlighting your integration with established eIDs serves to earn customer trust and improve your brand reputation.

Reduced risk of fraud

A person’s national eID is highly secure. Using such digital identity methods can greatly reduce the risk of identity fraud, theft or phishing attacks. If your business relies on accurately establishing a person’s identity (e.g. banks or insurance companies), using eIDs is a no-brainer.

 

Learn how a secure eID login process can improve the user experience >

Regulatory compliance

Regulations surrounding the use and storage of sensitive personal information have been getting increasingly stringent (e.g. GDPR). Integrating government-backed eIDs into your workflow helps you ensure compliance with relevant regulations like eIDAS.

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Set up eID authentication in minutes

1. All-in-one eID

No credit card is needed at any time during development and testing. One integration provides access to all our electronic identities (eIDs). Sign up for your account today.

2. Register domain and application

Setup callback URLs and choose the eIDs of interest (BankID, MitID, etc.) for the markets you serve.

3. Configure your application

Install the appropriate OpenID Connect package on your platform and configure it to use Criipto Verify as the identity provider. You are now ready for testing; no registration with eID providers is required. Access our technical documentation.

Want to know more about the integration of eIDs?