Summary: If your identity system doesn't use DIDs and verifiable credentials in a way that gives participants autonomy and freedom from intervening administrative authorities, then it's not SSI. A few days ago I was in a conversation with a couple of my
Summary: Self-sovereign identity, supported by a heterarchical identity metasystem, creates a firm foundation for rich digital relationships that allow…
Summary: Sovereign is the right word for describing the essential distinction between our inalienable self and the administrative identifiers and attri…
Summary: We build digital identity systems to create and manage relationships—not identities. We need our digital relationships to have integrity and t…
Summary: We need to replace platforms that intermediate transactions with protocols built on a universal trust framework like Sovrin to avoid a future …
Summary: Once you know the kind of bike and the price range, only one thing matters: do you love riding it? My middle son Jacob recently asked me about…
Summary: How can I use Sovrin to perform age verification to minimize the personal data I have to keep? This blog post discusses the basics. Kamea, a m…
Summary: Creating a network of networks, where multiple ledgers serve as anchors for credential definitions, has consequences for the overall system's …
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