Verifiable Credentials Minus Choice Equals Train Wreck

Safe credentials
There’s a right way and a wrong way to do verifiable credentials (VCs). The right way maximizes choices, and therefore power, for every legitimate party in the ecosystem: large and small businesses, governments, ordinary people with modest access to tech, IoT devices… The right way is safe. It produces good accountability. It stimulates a wide […]

Troubleshooting an Indy Network

Troubleshooting an Indy Node
After deploying a self-sovereign identity (SSI) solution for your organization, you may be interested in digging into the lower layers of the stack to see how SSI really works. Recently, we published a technical guide that details how to troubleshoot a Hyperledger Indy network. This work is based on our experience of debugging problems both […]

Introducing Safe Credentials: The Only Way to Ensure Privacy & Flexibility

Introducing Safe Credentials
Five tests for ensuring your portable identity systems are secure, private, flexible, and non-correlatable If you are reading this, you’ve probably heard of digital credentials. If so, it’s likely you’ll have realized how they will transform the world we live in. Whether it is a driver’s license, a plane ticket or a vaccination certificate, a […]

Launching the Trust over IP Foundation & What It Means For Portable, Digital Identity

The Trust over IP Foundation
Today, Evernym and 28 other founding member organizations launched the Trust over IP Foundation, a new project hosted by the Linux Foundation to enable the trustworthy exchange and verification of data between any two parties on the Internet.  The ToIP Foundation’s mission is to provide a robust, common standard that gives people and businesses the […]