Difference between revisions of "Verifiable Credential"

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A [[Verifiable Credential]] is a standard means for moving a claim between trust domains or federations.
 
A [[Verifiable Credential]] is a standard means for moving a claim between trust domains or federations.
 
==Contest==
 
==Contest==
* The [[Verifiable Credential]] was the first of a series of proposed standards to enable [[Self-Sovereign Identity]].
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* The [[Verifiable Credential]] was the first of a series of proposed standards to enable [[Self-Sovereign Identity]] by enabling the packaging of user identity information that can be verified by the receiver.
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 21:04, 1 November 2020

Full Title or Meme

A Verifiable Credential is a standard means for moving a claim between trust domains or federations.

Contest

  • The Verifiable Credential was the first of a series of proposed standards to enable Self-Sovereign Identity by enabling the packaging of user identity information that can be verified by the receiver.

References

  • This was one of the highlights from XXXI Internet Identity workshop:(IIW) presentation by Timothy Ruff (https://lnkd.in/gXDRGMy).