VON’s founding members are governments who are, by law, trusted issuers of data about organizations. The Province of British Columbia, Province of Ontario and the Government of Canada have come together to create the initial services needed to establish VON.
VON’s founders have delivered new Indy-based open source components which form VON’s backbone. TheOrgBook is a publicly accessible repository of verifiable claims about organizations. VON-X enables services to verify and issue credentials.[ϟ]
Verified Organization Network [G] [D] [ϟ]
- “an initiative by the government of British Columbia to create a trusted network of organizational data. It allows organizations to claim credentials that are part of their own digital identity, using a component called TheOrgBook[G] that lists entities with their associated public verifiable claims.
- Pan-Canadian Trust Framework
- EU BLOCKCHAIN OBSERVATORY AND FORUM—Workshop Report e-Identity
- Keyp —”Welcome to Europe’s fastest growing open digital identity ecosystem.”
EU Report Considers Blockchain-Based Digital Identities, Tokenized National Currencies
- EU Blockchain Forum - BLOCKCHAIN FOR GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC SERVICES
- Government services and digital identity
- TU Delft helps develop digital ID for use on your phone
- Deployment of a Blockchain-Based Self-Sovereign Identity - Delft
- TrustChain: A Sybil-resistant scalable blockchain - Presentation
- Dutch Blockchain Coalition [ϟ]
- a non-profit consortium building a national blockchain ecosystem for Spain. The security and veracity of information will be ensured through the identification of natural and legal persons, while at the same time allowing citizens to have control over their personal information in a transparent way following the guidelines set by the European Union.
- Zug ID: Exploring the First Publicly Verified Blockchain Identity (uport\ethereum)
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