Use case spotlight: The Government of British Columbia uses the Sovrin Network to take strides towards a fully digital economy

The Government of British Columbia recently announced the launch of OrgBook BC. OrgBook BC is a searchable directory of public, verifiable data issued by government authorities about businesses in British Columbia. OrgBook BC is an exemplar service of the Verifiable Organizations Network (VON) which envisions a new way to issue, store, and share authentic and authoritative data about organizations globally. The Sovrin Network … Continue reading "Use case spotlight: The Government of British Columbia uses the Sovrin Network to take strides towards a fully digital economy"

Blockchain solving the identity problem (IBM)

The role of blockchain Your data and identity are your most important assets. Blockchain is the missing component that enables trust in relationships without the need for an intermediary identity provider. This is a new era of trust where establishing, proving, verifying and controlling identity are decentralized.

Self-Sovereign Identity Ecosystem

Our personally identifying information (PII) describes the unique traits associated with an individual or entity. These identity traits are core to our physical and digital lives. Our daily life experiences tend to include a high frequency of credential interactions. This implies that as we move forward in the digital world, we must consider how our identity traits … Continue reading "Self-Sovereign Identity Ecosystem"

Digital Identity On the Threshold of a Digital Identity Revolution (WEF)

For individuals, legal entities and devices alike, a verifiable and trusted identity is necessary to interact and transact with others. The concept of identity isn’t new – for much of human history, we have used evolving credentials, from beads and wax seals to passports, ID cards and birth certificates, to prove who we are. The … Continue reading "Digital Identity On the Threshold of a Digital Identity Revolution (WEF)"