We can't tell - we don't have any access to your data, and that is probably significant.
So it's going to be up to you. Start with the documentation: PHP: password_verify - Manual
] which says that the second parameter is a hashed value created by the
function - so look at what the actual data returned from your DB looks like to see if it is in any way comprehensible. If it isn't, that's probably a good thing! :D
If it is the user password, then your registration system is the problem and you need to store a hashed value instead of straight text - so go look at how that works.
If it is incomprehensible, then use the
function exactly as you did in your registration code on the newly entered password and see if the results match visually.
Sorry, but we can't help you with this - we have no access to your DB, to your registration code, or any idea what data the
is supplying to your code!