Verifiable Claims: an implementation
As promised in the previous parts (part 1, part 2) we explain how you can set-up a verifiable claims solution. There are several solutions to implement verifiable claims. An arguably natural solution is the use of distributed ledger technology. Digital Bazaar offers one such solution, another that we’ve tried is Sovrin. Both work fine. Sovrin’s […] Continue reading
Verifiable Claims: distributed proof of one or more capabilities
What is it? The official definition from the W3C Credentials Community Group is: A statement made by an entity about a subject; A verifiable claim is a claim that is effectively tamper-proof and whose authorship can be cryptographically verified. Multiple claims may be bundled together into a set of claims. The (somewhat unspoken) fact is […] Continue reading
Verifiable Claims & Anonymous Credentials: digital, distributed and anonymous.
A Verifiable Claim allows one person to digitally express claims in such a way that another person can verify the claim in a distributed and (possibly) anonymous yet secured way. So the big trick is that this can be done in a distributed way, no middleman needed that you (have to) trust and for which […] Continue reading
I’m an enterprise architect and have been passionate about Mobile and Architecture for years.
Many years I’ve been designing Mobile apps and back-ends. Now I’m looking into the next shift: Big Data and Cloud and AI. Combined with Mobile this is bound to give interesting architectural challenges.