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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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“Get involved!” was the resounding message panelists had for the audience of Evernym’s latest monthly webinar, an event that brought together a panel of notable experts to discuss what self-sovereign identity (SSI) means for the finance industry (view the recording here). Over 250 professionals signed up to learn about how self-sovereign identity will affect the...
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The moment you learn that someone you care about has received a serious diagnosis, the last thing you want to worry about is whether or not you can trust your doctor. How would you feel if you discovered that one of the medical professionals responsible for helping them navigate their illness had never gone to...
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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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(Hint: It’s not to store personal information.)   When people hear that companies want to use blockchain to provide digital credentials, their first reaction tends to be skeptical: “How can it be safe to put personal information on a public ledger where anyone can see the information?” This is a common misconception we’ve grown accustomed...
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