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Hyperledger
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...
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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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Two weeks ago, I joined Hyperledger Executive Director Brian Behlendorf at the Consensus blockchain conference in New York City to announce the newest addition to the Hyperledger family of blockchain-powered projects: Hyperledger Aries. Aries was born out of the work on identity agents and identity wallets that began in the Hyperledger Indy project. As a...
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Today it was officially announced that Evernym has joined Hyperledger. It may strike readers familiar with our history as odd to learn that we’ve just now officially become part of the effort, since we are the inventors of Hyperledger Indy, one of the five Hyperledger projects. But this is how it’s worked out. It might be worth reviewing the...
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