July 8th, 2022
49 mins 12 secs
About this Episode
Doc Searls and Katherine Druckman talk to Gordon Jones and Erica Barnette about Thrivacy, their new digital wallet for private, verifiable credentials.
- Understanding DIDComm. A cross-community effort to standardize… | by Kaliya-IdentityWoman | Decentralized Identity Foundation | Medium — If you are reading this, you probably know already what Decentralized Identifiers (DID) are: they are “identifiers” or addresses which can be queried to return some information about the subject represented. The addresses take the form of a long, opaque “string” (a long block of letters and numbers, in this case of a fixed length), and the DID “documents” that get returned when they are queried contain some cryptographic key material and, depending on the particularities of the returning system, maybe a few other pieces of information or addresses.
- Decentralized identifier - Wikipedia — Decentralized identifiers are a type of identifier that enables a verifiable, decentralized digital identity. They are an important component of decentralized web applications.