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Richard Esplin
In the fourth installment of our monthly product release notes series, we’re excited to share several big updates including: Recent pricing changes at Sovrin An update on our standardization efforts Useful additions to the product documentation Automated interoperability testing Adapting our VDR tools for the cheqd network Read on for more details about those items....
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As August draws to an end, we’re excited to share several updates that our Product and Engineering teams have been working on over the past month. The highlights are: Verity is now deployed in a cluster and supports OAuth for authenticated webhook responses. (learn more) Verity Flow is expected to be Generally Available by the...
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Our monthly developer update details what's new and what's coming next on our product roadmap.
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Evernym has a vision of ubiquitous verifiable credentials that facilitate every trusted interaction in daily life. We have always recognized that adding a layer of trust to the Internet requires an ecosystem with many stakeholders, including multiple solution vendors. Such a layer demands open, interoperable standards that enable credential issuers, holders, and verifiers to choose...
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From the onset, open-source and interoperability have been part of Evernym’s DNA. Many were surprised when we open-sourced the bulk of our intellectual property to Hyperledger Indy through our donation of code to the Sovrin Foundation in 2016. Yet, we knew that building a “walled garden” was antithetical to what we were setting out to...
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