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SSI: The Trillion Dollar Opportunity

Seattle Devcon Blockchain Conference 2019
A report on the Digital Identity session at Seattle Devcon The title says it all. Vaughan Emery, CEO of Datafi Labs in Seattle, wanted to grab the attention of developers attending Seattle Devcon—one of the Northwest’s largest annual blockchain conferences. He got it by emphasizing the sheer size of the digital identity problem that self-sovereign […]

Meet Connect.Me, the first Sovrin-based digital wallet

Connect.Me identity wallet
Today, we’re proud to say we are one step closer to a world of self-sovereignty—to a world where anyone can take back ownership of their digital identity—with the “general availability” release of Connect.Me, the first digital wallet app built on Sovrin. Connect.Me represents the first example of what giving control back to the individual consumer […]

3 Ways Improving Digital Identity Elevates Customer Experience

3 ways self-sovereign identity benefits the customer experience
Whether we’re thinking about the redundant forms used to collect usernames, passwords, and personal information, the endless passwords to keep up with, or the data breaches and identity theft to deal with, the role of digital identity in the customer experience currently leaves a lot to be desired. New technologies being developed for digital identity, […]

Login with Apple? Why login at all?

Apple iPhone Login
Engadget started their coverage of Apple’s “Sign in with Apple” announcement on Monday this way: “Apple’s WWDC 2019 was full of announcements, but few of them garnered as big a cheer from the crowd as when Sign in with Apple was introduced. The feature, which lets people use their Apple IDs to sign up for […]

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