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Women in Identity - @WomeninID

Digital identity solutions built for everyone are built by everyone. Women in Identity inspires, elevates and supports a more diverse workforce in the digital identity industry.

Updated: 2019-07-15 6 minute read

GDPR
WomeninID


FreeNode IRC #indieweb-dev on IIW RWoT and DID’s

OAuth has become the de facto standard for authorization and authentication on the web. Nearly every company with an API used by third party developers has implemented OAuth to enable people to build apps on top of it. While OAuth is a great framework for this, the way it has ended up being used ...

Updated: 2019-06-03 17 minute read

DID
IIW
IndieAuth
IndieWeb
OAuth
P2P
Rebooting WoT
W3C


Blockchain Identity

Traditional identity systems typically suffer from single points of failure, lack of interoperability, and privacy issues such as encouraging mass data collection and user tracking. Blockchain technology has the potential to support novel data ownership and governance models with built-in control...

Updated: 2020-11-10 8 minute read

Authenteq
Blockstack
Civic
Datum
GDPR
Microsoft
ProCivis
uPort


MyData

We are entrepreneurs, activists, academics, listed corporations, public agencies, and developers. For years, we’ve been using different words for what we do – MyData, Self Data, VRM (Vendor Relationship Management), Internet of Me, PIMS (Personal Information Management Services) etc, while sharin...

Updated: 2019-07-11 31 minute read

AI
DKMS
GDPR
JLinc
Mecco
MyData
OAuth
Verifiable Credentials
eIDAS


SSI-Meetup

SSI Meetup is an open, collaborative community to help SSI evangelists around the world, independent of company interests or standards. Our main mission is to help you connect with other SSI enthusiasts and create a dynamic, local, yet globally connected community.

Updated: 2019-07-20 2 minute read

Alastria
Aries
CULedger
GDPR
IIW
MyCuID
MyData
SSI-Meetup
Self Sovereign Identity
Trust Framework


uPort

In your application, you must first configure your uPort object with an identifier and a private key (or signer function). There are several ways to instantiate a credentials object. The most common approach is to save a DID and private key on a server for your application and create a credential...

Updated: 2020-11-30 8 minute read

Consensys
Credentials Community Group
DID
DIDComm
DIF
Ethereum
GDPR
GLEIF
Onfido
PWC
Switzerland
Verifiable Credentials
Zug
uPort
uPortlandia


Danube Tech

This is an open-source project offering software for identity and personal data services on the Internet. The core of this project is an XDI-based Personal Data Store - a semantic database for your personal data, which always remains under your control. Applications on top of this database includ...

Updated: 2020-11-09 23 minute read

BTCR
DHS
DID
DIF
Danube Tech
ERC725
Ethereum
Indy
OASIS
OAuth
Universal Resolver
Verifiable Credentials
W3C
XDI


Cryptonomica

We make verification of key owner’s identity and store data about this verification: who, when, using which document made verification. And unlike in ‘Web of trust’ there is an established procedure for key verification, i.e. known rules according to witch identity of the key owner have to be pro...

Updated: 2019-07-11 2 minute read

Blockchain
Ethereum
PGP


XDI (XRI Data Interchange)

XDI is a technology for modeling, storing, and manipulating data. It fits into a similar category of technologies as JSON, XML and RDF, but also has a number of properties that distinguishes it. XDI is a graph-based data model. This means that all data is expressed using nodes and arcs in a graph...

Updated: 2020-12-01 6 minute read

BTCR
Danube Tech
Indy
OASIS
Planetwork
W3C
XDI


Identity Articles, Research and Literature

A selection of DID related literature and top level resources for discovery of more.

Updated: 2019-07-11 6 minute read

Accenture
DKMS
DPKI
Danube Tech
ID2020
Rebooting WoT
Self Sovereign Identity
Verifiable Credentials
WEF
XDI
Zug
uPort


Bitcoin Identity Standards and Applications

The Bitcoin Reference DID method (did:btcr) supports DIDs on the public Bitcoin blockchain. The Bitcoin Reference method has minimal design goals: a DID trust anchor based on the Bitcoin blockchain, updates publicly visible and auditable via Bitcoin transactions, and optionally, additional DID Do...

Updated: 2020-01-07 4 minute read

BTCR
Bitcoin
Ethereum
ION
Microsoft
Rebooting WoT
W3C
XDI