DIDisco - self-sovereign-identity

⧉infominer 17-Jun-19 03:04 AM
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⧉infominer 17-Jun-19 05:54 AM
"Self-sovereign identity" projects based on blockchain technology are likely to gain significant momentum in 2019, says analyst Avivah Litan of Gartner
Recommended read on @Medium: “Introduction to Self-Sovereign Identity and its 10 Guiding Principles” https://t.co/IAnSlF3EDh
Decentralized identifiers (DIDs) came to my attention at the last Internet Identity Workshop (IIW), where it seemed like 30% of all…
I think it is avoided because from: #crypto VC it demands real world compromise and pragmatism undermining their dogma From classic #VC it fundamentally undermines their whole Web2 business model
⧉infominer 17-Jun-19 06:08 AM
This week I've spoken to 3 of the top 10 #Fortune500 companies about #SelfSovereignIdentity..and it's only Wednesday. I think this might be happening folks ;) @evernym @SovrinID
⧉infominer 17-Jun-19 06:15 AM
Great presentation to catch up with some of the highlights of where we're at with self sovereign identity today. https://t.co/A4WpsnsEDt
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An important factor in the success of self-sovereign identity (SSI) has been the recognition that interoperability via open standards is…
⧉infominer 03-Jul-19 07:49 AM
Articles and documents associated with designing and implementing identity technology using self-sovereign identity principles - WebOfTrustInfo/self-sovereign-identity
Articles and documents associated with designing and implementing identity technology using self-sovereign identity principles - WebOfTrustInfo/self-sovereign-identity
Articles and documents associated with designing and implementing identity technology using self-sovereign identity principles - didecentral/self-sovereign-identity
RWOT7 in Toronto, Canada (September 2018). Contribute to WebOfTrustInfo/rwot7-toronto development by creating an account on GitHub.
⧉infominer 03-Jul-19 08:07 AM
After several iterations, I thought I landed on the initial version of ageneric icon to represent self-sovereign identity.
Articles and documents associated with designing and implementing identity technology using self-sovereign identity principles - WebOfTrustInfo/self-sovereign-identity
Blockstream identity practice specialist Christopher Allen discusses how he believes identities should be managed and stored online.
Articles and documents associated with designing and implementing identity technology using self-sovereign identity principles - WebOfTrustInfo/self-sovereign-identity
Articles and documents associated with designing and implementing identity technology using self-sovereign identity principles - WebOfTrustInfo/self-sovereign-identity
Articles and documents associated with designing and implementing identity technology using self-sovereign identity principles - WebOfTrustInfo/self-sovereign-identity
Articles and documents associated with designing and implementing identity technology using self-sovereign identity principles - WebOfTrustInfo/self-sovereign-identity
Articles and documents associated with designing and implementing identity technology using self-sovereign identity principles - WebOfTrustInfo/self-sovereign-identity
Articles and documents associated with designing and implementing identity technology using self-sovereign identity principles - WebOfTrustInfo/self-sovereign-identity
Articles and documents associated with designing and implementing identity technology using self-sovereign identity principles - WebOfTrustInfo/self-sovereign-identity
(This post is adapted from Chris Allen’s sublime blog post, The Path to Self-Sovereign Identity )
Articles and documents associated with designing and implementing identity technology using self-sovereign identity principles - WebOfTrustInfo/self-sovereign-identity
Articles and documents associated with designing and implementing identity technology using self-sovereign identity principles - WebOfTrustInfo/self-sovereign-identity
Dispelling misunderstandings around SSI (Part 1 of 2)
A gentle introduction to self-sovereign identity for business people and students. KYC, AML, digital identity, blockchain and all the rest.
RWOT7 in Toronto, Canada (September 2018). Contribute to WebOfTrustInfo/rwot7-toronto development by creating an account on GitHub.
This post justifies the claim that an identity system based on a permissioned distributed ledger is legitimately self-sovereign. The post also examines the claims to legitimacy that social login and distributed ledger identity systems make.
A New Paradigm for Sovereignty on the High Seas
This presentation reflects the first installment of a wider project examining the origins and potential of self-sovereign identity. While the term "self-sovereign identity" has become commonplace within digital identity circles and in the media, what it means in theory and in...
RWOT6 in Santa Barbara, California (March 2018). Contribute to WebOfTrustInfo/rwot6-santabarbara development by creating an account on GitHub.
One of the most common questions I get when talking to customers and analysts about the self-sovereign identity (SSI) movement is, “Why blockchain?”
Imagine a world in which you always have peace of mind that your personal information is safe. Imagine a world in which your information cannot be shared without your clear, explicit consent at the time of the transaction; where you decide who can access what information, whe...
How self-sovereign identity (SSI) is different, and why it’s better.
Decentralized Identity Management with Blockchain Technology?
Imagine a world in which you always have peace of mind that your personal information is safe. Imagine a world in which your information cannot be shared without your clear, explicit consent at the time of the transaction; where you decide who can access what information, whe...
A new report on self-sovereign identity, design principles, and property rights in the developing world.
A few days ago, Thibault Verbiest, partner at DS avocats, discussed the contradictions between GDPR and blockchains at the DPO Circle. This article is design to be a follow up of this discussion.
Contribute to sovrin-foundation/protocol development by creating an account on GitHub.
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5. You can extend this to other contexts. A big one is key revocation in self-sovereign identity. If you have a key A, then you switch to key B, then key A is hacked later, how does someone you're interacting with no key A is no longer valid? Can check for revocations on c...
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The answer to Facebook's fiasco isn’t a new platform. It’s an open standards-based infrastructure that centers on people and fosters a new ecosystem.

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