The European Parliament and Member States just reached an agreement on introducing the Digital Identity, eID.

Directly afterwards, EU Commissioner Breton said: “Now that we have a Digital Identity Wallet, we have to put something in it…”, suggesting a connection between CBDC and eID.

They ignored all the privacy experts and security specialists. They’re pushing it all through.

Watch Rob Roos, Member of the European Parliament break this down:



Commentary from Redacted:


Directly from the European Parliament website:

European digital identity: Council and Parliament reach a provisional agreement on eID

With a view to ensuring a trusted and secure digital identity for all Europeans, the Council presidency and European Parliament representatives reached today a provisional agreement on a new framework for a European digital identity (eID).

Nadia Calvi√Īo, acting Spanish first vice-president and minister for economy and digitalisation

With the approval of the European digital identity regulation, we are taking a fundamental step so that citizens can have a unique and secure European digital identity. This is a key advance for the European Union to be a global reference in the digital field, protecting our democratic rights and values.

– Nadia Calvi√Īo, acting Spanish first vice-president and minister for economy and digitalisation


The European Digital identity wallet

The revised regulation constitutes a clear paradigm shift for digital identity in Europe aiming to ensure universal access for people and businesses to secure and trustworthy electronic identification and authentication.

Under the new law, member states will offer citizens and businesses digital wallets that will be able to link their national digital identities with proof of other personal attributes (e.g., driving licence, diplomas, bank account). Citizens will be able to prove their identity and share electronic documents from their digital wallets with a click of a button on their mobile phone.

The new European digital identity wallets will enable all Europeans to access online services with their national digital identification, which will be recognised throughout Europe, without having to use private identification methods or unnecessarily sharing personal data. User control ensures that only information that needs to be shared will be shared.(SOURCE)