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Alex Andrade-Walz
  Between the Internet Identity Workshop (‘IIW’), Sibos, ID2020, and MyData, we’ve had a busy conference month – here is the next installment of our monthly newsletter to give you the latest SSI stories and developments.  It’s also been a great month for Evernym and our customers; since our last newsletter, we announced an $8M...
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Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs) have been described as the linchpin of self-sovereign identity, and it’s hard to overstate their significance. For those unfamiliar, a DID is a new type of globally unique identifier (URI) that does not require a centralized registration authority because control of the identifier can be proved using cryptography. Think of it like...
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At Evernym, we’re not reserved about saying self-sovereign identity (SSI) will change everything.  SSI’s been called everything from the “New Internet” and “Blockchain’s Killer App” to the “Holy Grail,” and while the metaphors may be a little much, it’s hard to overstate the impact this new paradigm will have on making our digital relationships more...
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We’re proud to announce that the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has approved a charter for a new Working Group tasked with standardizing the data model and syntax of decentralized identifiers (DIDs)—the linchpin of self-sovereign identity. The Decentralized Identifier Working Group will be co-chaired by Daniel Burnett of ConsenSys and our own senior crypto engineer,...
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Last week, we were joined by over 250 registrants and three expert panelists for a webinar discussing what self-sovereign identity means for banks, credit unions, FinTechs, and other financial service businesses—and how organizations can prepare for this shift. The event was moderated by our own Andy Tobin, a veteran of Europe’s mobile banking industry, and...
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