Setting Up Your Verified Guest Account


Now that we’ve downloaded and installed the tools we need to participate, we can start setting up your user account. Let’s get a few concepts out of the way, and we’ll get started.

Key Concepts

At its core, Exist is a self-governing organization representing its verified guests, members, founder developers, and elected CEVA officials. The organization has a Multi-Vendor Ecommerce Marketplace known as Credible You, a body for Elected Oversight known as CEVA, a Member organization called WHOA, and Exist Crypto the Technology Platform. This technology platform delivers these ideas in a simple web UI. Credible You’s vendors that specifically discount their goods or services offer that discount along with whatever goods or services they have to Exists Members or without the same deal to verified guests. CEVA provides oversight to the platform, from witnessing events to verifying the accuracy of the information they are involved in every step of the way (whether you see it or not). WHOA is the corporate body that contains the Members and Founder Developers who have become Exist qualified and is the face of Exist and the Meaning behind the entire concept. Exist Crypto is the realization of it all embodied as an open-source technology platform with core documents outlining a universal set of property agreements to be recorded and decentralized for verification, immutability, equity, and account.

Basic Use

On the most basic level, the platform gets used by verified guests to purchase goods and services using various payment methods, including Exists own ONUS ERC20 tokens. Features also available to verified guests include; Multi-Currency Crypto Wallet known as the Wealth Architect ECO Register 1.2, the Multi-Currency Register exchange platform powered by Atomic Swaps, the Exist Core Documents E-sign platform, an Affiliate program for marketing the products Available on the Credible You Marketplace, and a portal for registration on Credible You to become a vendor for Exist members or verified guests.


Verified Guests

Verified Guests are users who have purchased the Identity Verification & Storage Product; by doing this, they have completed the requirements necessary to grant access to basic privileges needed to use the platform.

How to become a verified guest

To become a verified guest on, follow these steps.

  • Using your cursor at the top of the page, highlight the menu item labeled Credible You; by doing this, you will cause a submenu to drop from the Credible You menu item. Click on the submenu item marked Memberships to be redirected.
  • Once redirected, you will see the Memberships Product Page that lists the different types of memberships offered by Exist; for this example, you will select the product named Verified Guest(Identity Verification and Storage). 
  • To choose this product, you will click the Add to Cart button listed beneath it.
  • Once the product has been added to your cart, like in step one, using your cursor at the top of the page, highlight the Credible You menu item, but this time select the submenu item named cart to get redirected.
  • Once redirected, you will see the Memberships Product Page that lists the different types of memberships offered by Exist; for this example, you will select the product named Verified Guest(Identity Verification and Storage). 
  • Once redirected, you will see the Memberships Product Page that lists the different types of memberships offered by Exist; for this example, you will select the product named Verified Guest(Identity Verification and Storage). 
  • Once redirected, you will see the Memberships Product Page that lists the different types of memberships offered by Exist; for this example, you will select the product named Verified Guest(Identity Verification and Storage). 
  • Once redirected, you will see the Memberships Product Page that lists the different types of memberships offered by Exist; for this example, you will select the product named Verified Guest(Identity Verification and Storage). 
  • Once you’ve inspected your cart and are confident it contains the product we intend to purchase, you can click on the checkout button to get redirected to the checkout page.
  • You will see a form that contains the fields meant to hold your billing information and a check box asking for permission to share your information with Token of Trust on the Checkout page. It’s essential to ensure that the billing information you enter here matches your payment method if you don’t want to get flagged for review.
  • Once you have entered your billing information, you can select a payment method from the list provided on the next page; to get redirected from the first page, click on the button that says “Proceed to Payment” at the bottom of the page.
  • Once redirected to the second checkout page, you will see the details concerning your order, a list of payment methods to choose from, and another check box asking if you have read and agree to the terms and conditions.
  • Once you’ve reviewed your order, chosen a payment method, read and agreed to the terms and conditions, you can proceed to the Identity verification by clicking on the button at the bottom of the page labeled “Sign up now.”
  • At this point, the system will ask you for the required information that it needs to verify and store your identity information. Follow the instructions, and you will get redirected to a page; if it hasn’t gone through, you will see an error message; you can refresh the page if you don’t see a success message to see if the system has accepted the information you’ve provided.
  • Once complete, your identity is stored securely by Token of Trust and verified in the same manner. In contrast, your reputation report gets stored in your social profile for viewing(depending on your profile privacy settings) by other users. Upon approval, you get granted a Verified Guest role and the necessary privileges required to operate that account—your introduction to using the stores, your cart, the checkout page, and the e-commerce platform “Credible You” all at once. 

Viewing documents by category

Now that you are a Verified Guest, you have access to a few of the Exist Core Documents that you can use to meet compliance and build credibility on the platform.

Viewing documents by category

  • To view documents by category, go to the link here().
  • Once redirected, you will see a page with three columns containing your optional, required, and signed paperwork.
  • The column with the heading of signed displays documents that you have signed.
  • The column with the title optional displays the documents that are optional for your role.
  • The column with the heading of required shows the documents needed for your position.
  • The complete and sign buttons here refresh the current page, so avoid using them unless you have already signed a copy and would like to restore those results.

Filling out and signing documents on

Our E-sign platform is (UETA) & (ESIGN) & (GDPR) compliant & adheres to the strictest document signing policies in the US & European unions. Similar to human DNA, each generated document has a tamper-resistant Document ID. It’s easy to download or receive an email attachment of signed copies as a PDF. Sign contracts in-person using your Android or IPad tablet. Making it easy for you to create, collect, and organize UETA/ESIGN compliant electronic signatures magically on the contracts you use to run your freelance – business, organization, or team.

  • Navigate to the homepage, and with your cursor at the top of the page, double click the menu item labeled White Paper.
  • Once redirected, you will have the option to view or sign any of the available core documents for your role using this page.
  • View a document by scrolling down the page and clicking the button that says view document underneath the header naming the related form; you will get redirected by clicking the button.
  • The page you get redirected to is a blank copy of the core document that is getting viewed. You can review the document without any personal information inside it to become familiar with the agreements outlined in that core document.
  • To sign the documents using the same page we did to view the documents, we will click on the other button labeled assign document to get redirected to the specific form we are trying to sign.
  • The page you get redirected to is a conversational form that can be filled out one field at a time. Each area is labeled above using a name and below a description of the document signer’s information; follow the prompts, and fill every field marked as required.
  • In the end, submit the document by pressing the button at the very bottom of the page and having all required information filled.
  • You’ll get an email at the address you used to register with the link hosting your unsigned document. Using this, you will get redirected to a page. Review the paper PDF filled with information retrieved from the form you used, then sign at the bottom Via typed mouse input or touch input methods.
  • Once signed, you would receive an email with a PDF attachment holding your signed document, which you can use at the recorder’s office, to print out for display or your records.
  • Using this method, you can fill out any of the required documents you need to for any part of the process, get copies, and communicate that process to the platform all at once.

Available Exist Core Documents include;

    1. While not required for Verified Guests to use the platform, this document is made available for those who receive an invitation from a Founder Developer to join WHOA.
    1. 1.1 gets used as a point of entry into WHOA, and chronologically is second to 1.0 and dependent on it. Put more simply; this document cannot be valid without legitimate invitation credentials from a Founder Developer that has been signed onto a 1.0 using this platform and the account trying to use a 1.1 form.
    1. 1.2 required for all parts of the platform, past, present, and future, for any user who has access. It is the first required document for any user role.

Account settings

The account settings area of the website or the account page hosts all the options you can change regarding your account.

  • To get to the account page where you can change your settings, go to the existing homepage and, using your cursor at the top of the page, double click the menu item labeled account.
  • Once redirected, you will see the page hosting your account options; on the left-hand side of the page are tabs labeled for each category of account settings.
  • The account tab has your username, which cannot get edited your first name, last name, email address, and password, which you can change then update from this tab using the update button at the bottom of the page.
  • The identity verification tab has a button to verify your identity if you haven’t already or your verification status; if you have. From this tab, you can see your status, verify your identity, or provide additional information to improve your reputation score.
  • The change password tab has a form asking for your current password and your new password with repeated verification and an update button to input the information into the system.
  • The billing address tab has your billing information in the fields that you can edit to change it. This information gets automatically placed into all order forms used in the checkout. You can change the information here and update it by going to the bottom of the page and clicking on the update button.
  • The shipping address tab contains your shipping info and the fields used to edit the information; to edit, change it here in the areas and go to the bottom of the page using your cursor click on the update button.
  • The tab labeled “my orders” has all of your orders, including; recurring orders attached to subscriptions that may require further verification(3DS) or charges that have gotten authorized but require a payment method(due to one never being saved). When orders that require extra proof or a payment method are present, you will see a button to pay the charge; by clicking this button, you will be redirected to a page to provide a payment method. If you want to pass the 3DS, you have to save your payment method using the Stripe (Credit Cards) gateway and set it up using dual-factor authentication via your mobile phone number to receive notifications regarding all charges made by the platform. Stripe securely stores all personal information.
  • The subscriptions tab is where you can see your active subscriptions make early renewal payments and manual renewal payments and view relevant subscription information.
  • The downloads tab gets used to display any downloadable products purchased to access those files; after making the purchase, it shows relevant information and the files purchased.
  • The privacy tab has options that you can use to change how your social profiles get viewed publicly using the website. You can also request data erasure of your personal information and download your information from this tab.
  • The notifications tab has settings you can adjust to turn on or off specific notifications sent to your email regarding your social profiles.
  • The My Photos tab has two buttons, one labeled download my photos; the other delete all albums and photos. Using these buttons, you can download your images or delete all photo content from the website.
  • The delete account tab has a field to input your password and a button to delete your account. If you input your password here and choose to delete your account, you will get prompted to delete your account, and it will get deleted from the website, and all your personal information will get removed from your account.
  • Using this part of the website, you can adjust settings regarding your social profiles on the website and your Credible You account.
  • Ensure that all of your information is accurate using this part of the website before leaving the area. Once your data gets reviewed, you’ve completed this part.
  • Underneath your profile photo, you can view your profile using the link with the label view profile.

Social profiles

On, you can interact with the rest of the community via features like friends, activity posts, photos, and comments; using your social profile; you can display information communicate messages to other users, and keep an open line with the community.

  • If you want to navigate to your social profile, Go to the Exist homepage. Using your cursor at the top of the page, highlight the menu item labeled account, and then subsequently, the submenu item from the drop-down marked my profile. Using your cursor, click the selection to be redirected to your social profile.
  • In your social profile, at the top of the page, there is a cover photo followed by a profile photo just beneath bordering the left side of the page and necessary profile information displayed next to icons connecting the right. Beneath that, the number of followers you have in the number of people you’re following, followed by the tabs containing different sections of your social profile displayed using the privacy settings from your account.
  • The about tab has profile meta-information that is relevant to display to your relationships. The tab’s information gets changed by clicking the gear icon on the right-hand side of the page and selecting the edit profile option.
  • The posts tab archives your posts, displaying them on your social profile for other users to see.
  • The comments tab archives your comments, displaying them on your social profile for other users to see.
  • The activity tab displays the social activity from your friends on the platform as well as yours. There is a widget here at the top of the page you can use to create posts. You can also use this area to comment on other users’ posts and see your friends’ most recent activity on the platform.
  • The messages tab lists conversations on the left; from the top-down, the options get sorted by the date of their last interaction. This list is used to select which conversation gets displayed in the area to the right. You can input a message and send it to the user in the conversation using the message box and send button at the bottom of the page.
  • The purchases tab has all of your purchases from the platform displayed for you and other users.
  • The product reviews tab shows all your product reviews made on purchase products with the option to leave a review.
  • The bookmarks tab has two tabs inside of it labeled folders. Here, you can create folders to store bookmarks that you make on the website. To create a bookmark, scroll to the bottom of the page, and at the very bottom left corner, there is a bookmark button that you can use to add bookmarks to any of the folders you’ve created for quick reference to navigate to your favorite parts of the website.
  • Like the verification tab in the website’s account section, the verification tab displays a button to verify your identity if you haven’t already or your verification status; if you have. Using this tab, you can add more information to improve your reputation score, and other users can view that reputation score.
  • The friends’ tab archives your friends’ list, displaying it to you; on the right side of the list, buttons to unfriend users; on the left side, the users’ profile photo and name, by clicking this you get to view their social profile. This tab also displays your friends to those who are allowed to see your social profile.
  • The manage consent tab can manage consent around cookies used on the website for users in regions where it applies.
  • While viewing other users’ social profiles, you have the option on the right-hand side of the page to send them a message or follow them; you can also view the different tabs we just covered to see the information they’ve made available. 
  • To navigate to the Directories of users on the website using your cursor at the top of the page, highlight the menu item labeled account and subsequently the submenu item labeled my profile and finally the drop-down menu item labeled member directory.
  • Once you’ve been redirected, you will see a directory of users on the website that you can send friend requests to search through using the search bar at the top of the page follow or message. You can navigate the list via the page numbers at the bottom of the page using your cursor to click on them.

Setting up your wealth architect ECO register 1.2

The multi-currency wallet or wealth architect ECO register 1.2 is a crypto wallet that contains bitcoin Ethereum and various other ERC 20 tokens. Using the exchange and online peers, you can trade effortlessly with other users. The Wallet is non-custodial, so the user stores their private keys in their browser’s local storage.

  • To set up your multi-currency register or wealth architect ECO register 1.2, using your cursor at the top of the page, highlight the menu item labeled account and subsequently highlight the sub menu item marked wealth architect ECO register 1.2. To get redirected to the wealth architect ECO register 1.2 area, use your cursor and click the selection.
  • Once redirected to the page, by scrolling down, you can see the Ether wallet address associated with your account and the splash page above the two buttons that direct you to either Wallet. One is loading cash to make purchases on the E-commerce platform or sending it to other users, and the other for cryptocurrencies.
  • The only one that needs a setup is the Cryptocurrency side, so scrolling down the page will see the crypto wallet’s button labeled Crypto. Using your cursor click on this to be redirected to our multi-currency crypto wallet.
  • Once you get redirected to the multi-currency crypto wallet upon your first visit to the page, you will get prompted to create a wallet. At the top of the page, you will see two links with (?’s) next to them by highlighting the (?) With your cursor, you will see a description of what the link does; the “recover with 12-word passphrase” link will redirect you to a page where you can input your 12-word passphrase to restore a wallet.
  • The CONNECT wallet link will redirect you to the main wallet tab and expose the button used to display the QR code you can scan to connect your Wallet. Using the Wallet CONNECT button, you can connect external wallets that are compatible with this feature.
  • Below are boxes that you can select representing the different crypto assets. All ERC 20 tokens need an Ethereum wallet, so that’s the first one you should open. To open the Wallet, select the Ethereum option by clicking on the box, then clicking the button beneath the boxes labeled ” continue, ” and Your Ethereum wallet gets created. At the same time, you get redirected to the main wallet tab.
  • You’ll see the Exist Design logo; on the right, a button to exit the Wallet at the top of the page. 
  • In the main body of the page to the left, you’ll see your balance with the selector above, allowing you to change its representation from the currency default to the selected fiat value; just beneath this the FAQ for the Wallet. 
  • You will see the banners bordering the top of the widget with “For you” as their heading on the right to start. Each of these banners will redirect you to valuable information relevant to the Wallet and its use, excluding the Connect wallet banner, which opens a pop up you can use in the Wallet to display a Wallet Connect QR code. Scroll horizontally through the banners for more information.
  • Beneath that, you will see your assets listed with icons, labels, wallet addresses, balances, and three dots you can click for functions regarding each asset. Ordering the bottom of the widget is a button to add other currencies and create new wallets.
  • At the bottom of the page, there are three tabs named wallets, transactions, and exchange. By clicking on any of these options, you can navigate between different Wallet sections; currently, we are in the wallet tab.
  • To the right of your wallet address, balances are three dots that you can click to open a list of functions you can use to interact with those wallets. The procedures are the same for all of your wallets except for the Wallet representing your connected Web3 provider; This Wallet shows one option called CONNECT, which you can use to connect with your current browser’s Web3 provider. Once connected, the Web3 provider wallet offers the same functions the other wallets do. These functions include deposit, send, exchange, history, copy Wallet private key, copy wallet address, and hide.
  • Deposit displays current instructions for depositing value into that specific Wallet using our platform.
  • Send calls the function that allows you to choose an address and the value to send using that specific Wallet.
  • Exchange will take you to the exchange tab to exchange assets with active peers on the platform.
  • History will redirect you to a page showing you all prior transactions for a specific wallet.
  • Copy address will copy that Wallet’s address to your clipboard for easy pasting.
  • Copy private key will copy that Wallet’s private key to your clipboard for easy pasting.
  • Hide will hide that Wallet from view in the list. If you’d like to re-add it, use the add currency button and select the currency you deleted.
  • Do use the banners on this page; simply click them. To scroll through the banners, use your mouse wheel if using a desktop, two fingers swiping to either on the Touchpad for laptops or swiping side to side on the screen for mobile devices.
  • The transactions tab displays your transactions for the different wallets associated with your account; if you have no transactions, it won’t show a record. Using this tab, you can keep track of the moves you make on the platform.
  • The exchange tab connects you to other peers on the network. You can make an exchange with these peers while online and using the Lib2p network library by protocol labs directly embedded on this page. 
  • In this page’s main body, the wallet options available for you to send from can be selected and are visible on the left towards the top; these options are directly adjacent to the similar options for the Wallet you’d like to receive with when your offer gets fulfilled. Options include amount and Wallet.
  • Beneath the options are the best price, mining fees, and the buttons to exchange now if your request can get fulfilled immediately or to create an offer for fulfillment.
  • At the bottom of the page are boxes displaying current offers available for fulfillment that you can fulfill.
  • That covered the Wallet overview and how to use it to discover further and extended functionality; refer to the banners in the main Wallet tab for recommended information regarding extending the Wallet functionality and integrating with compatible platforms.

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