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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...
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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...
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Following the Sovrin Foundation’s announcement detailing reductions in their team, we thought we’d share our own thinking. Sovrin is now the world’s premier network dedicated to decentralized identity, with 60+ stewards including organizations such as IBM, NEC, and CULedger. Sovrin is one of the few identity networks with real-world use cases in production today. It’s...
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A rebuttal to Arnold and Longley’s article Daniel Hardman, March 2020 CONTENTS Abstract Setting Expectations Rebuttal 1. The article defines “zero-knowledge proofs” too narrowly, setting up a basic fallacy. 2. It exaggerates and quotes experts out of context to build a straw man model of anonymity. 3. It oversimplifies the basis of trust. 4. It...
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Next week, Hyperledger is bringing together over a thousand industry leaders and practitioners from around the world for its annual Hyperledger Global Forum (March 3-6) in Phoenix, Arizona. The event is designed to drive awareness, education, adoption, and advancement of enterprise blockchain technology while giving attendees the opportunity to collaborate with other contributors and learn...
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