Trinsic Builds Open Source Trust Registry Sponsored by eSSIF-Lab

Making self-sovereign identity (SSI) more adoptable has always been our North Star at Trinsic. It was in 2019 when we made SSI accessible to the everyday developer through an API. And it was when we announced Trinsic Ecosystems, a product that enables developers to implement SSI within entire ecosystems, networks, or marketplaces at enterprise-level scale […]

Trinsic Basics: What Is a Trust Registry?

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The rules, or governance, of a verifiable credential ecosystem dictate which participants are allowed in a given ecosystem and therefore, who can be trusted. With Trinsic’s Trust Registry Service, ecosystem governance is implemented and configured directly through the Trinsic SDK. This means our customers do not have to build a unique technical solution to solve […]

Event Recap: SSI for Economic Empowerment—Lessons from Africa

The worldwide adoption of self-sovereign identity (SSI) has the potential to increase people’s access to goods and services, including for disadvantaged individuals across the globe. For example, more than one billion people in the world do not have a government ID¹, causing them to be excluded from a variety of services like banking and healthcare. […]

OWI Digital Forum Recap: The Rise & Adoption of Verifiable Credentials

On Tuesday, May 18, 2021, Trinsic CEO Riley Hughes sat down with One World Identity (OWI) CEO Travis Jarae to have a one-on-one conversation about “The Rise & Adoption of Verifiable Credentials”. Below is a short summary of the conversation as well as answers to the questions that were asked by the audience during the […]

An Introduction to the Trinsic Wallet

Trinsic Wallet

The Trinsic Wallet is a self-sovereign identity (SSI) digital wallet. People use it to receive, store, and share digital credentials. The Trinsic Wallet was the first SSI digital wallet to prove interoperability and has become one of the most-used SSI wallets globally. Not only is the wallet easy-to-use for end users, but it is extremely […]

An Introduction to Trinsic Studio

Trinsic Studio is an easy-to-use portal that allows developers to easily manage their integrations with Trinsic’s APIs. With it, developers can manage their credentials, API keys, verification policies, and more—all in one place. However, the Studio is not just for technically-savvy people. From the Studio, you can issue verifiable credentials, perform verifications, and establish connections […]

An Introduction to Trinsic’s APIs

Trinsic is the best way to implement verifiable credentials. Our platform is made up of three APIs built specifically for verifiable credential exchange. Trinsic’s APIs make developers’ lives easier by making the implementation of verifiable credentials simple and accessible. Below, we give a brief introduction to Trinsic’s APIs with accompanying resources to learn more. Provider […]

Trinsic Goes Global, Exceeds 1,000 Customers

A developer and product manager from Trinsic’s first Fortune 500 customer scheduled a call with our CEO Riley Hughes shortly after Trinsic’s beta platform launched in 2019. “Thank you for building your API,” the developer explained. “We spent weeks trying to get something working with one of your competitors. All-in, we estimated that using their […]

Trinsic and Indicio Partner to Empower Enterprise Teams

Trinsic and Indicio.tech (Indicio), a professional services provider for decentralized identity, are partnering to ensure that the Indicio Network is accessible to all developers of self-sovereign identity (SSI) solutions. As a result of this partnership, the Trinsic platform now supports the Indicio Network in both Trinsic Studio and the Trinsic Wallet. In addition, Indicio is […]

Trinsic Basics: The Verifiable Credentials Model

At the core of every self-sovereign identity (SSI) use case is what we call the verifiable credentials model. This simple yet effective model helps conceptualize how verifiable credentials are exchanged between people and organizations. In the SSI community, you will often hear the verifiable credentials model referred to as the “Trust Triangle”. Often called the […]