Announcing Trinsic’s Largest Platform Update Ever

In 2019, Trinsic launched the first verifiable credentials platform, enabling developers to easily implement digital trust into any application for the first time. Since then, our APIs have been used by more than 2,000 developers and supports some of the largest verifiable credentials implementations in the world.   Through this period of growth and by […]

Introducing Trinsic Ecosystems

Of the 1,000+ organizations who’ve used Trinsic since we launched the world’s first self-sovereign identity (SSI) platform 1.5 years ago, a large subset are building “trust ecosystems”, or networks of organizations and people that can share trustworthy data in a standardized and privacy-respecting way. While Trinsic’s platform has always served as a scalable, easy-to-implement way […]

New Tools to Support Production Deployments

Since launching the first production-grade platform for verifiable credentials, we’ve seen over 1,000 innovators from all over the world build solutions leveraging the verifiable credential standard. These innovators collectively have deployed production verifiable credentials to over 80,000 people across five continents. These teams trust Trinsic to maintain a robust platform upon which they can depend. […]

On Company Culture & Trinsineers

It’s hard to overstate the importance of an organization’s culture. Culture is an organization’s instinct; it determines what an organization will do in response to a given situation. stimulus + culture = behavior Situations constantly evolve from internal execution, stakeholder interactions, external collaboration, and more. I’ve seen first-hand toxic cultures that drive talented people away […]

4 Keys to Self-Sovereign Identity Adoption

I’ve been convinced the world needs self-sovereign identity (SSI) since my first encounter with it during an interview with Phil Windley for the first job opening at Sovrin Foundation. With fraud, deep fakes, and data breaches abounding, my belief has only expanded; so much so that I, together with cofounders, started Trinsic to make SSI easy to use. When we began 18 […]

Trinsic in 2020: A Year in Review

The year 2020 was quite the year for everyone. Despite its challenges, 2020 was a significant year of growth for the Trinsic platform, team, and brand. Below, we highlight the moments of growth in 2020 that we will never forget. The world’s first SSI platform is born At the beginning of 2020, we launched the […]

Trinsic Releases Trinsic Studio 2.0

More accessible pricing, cleaner UI, and better performance Our mission is to make the world more accessible through self-sovereign identity (SSI). But to do that, we first are making SSI more accessible to the world. We strive to consistently remove barriers to entry to getting started with SSI. About a year ago, we became the […]

SSI Has an Identity Problem

Before the word ‘elephant’ was broadly used, how would one describe the big, leathery animal? Source: J. Himmelfarb (artist G. Renee Guzlas) Each of these people call the elephant something different because they each have a different perspective. When you think about it, an elephant really is like a big wall with a snake and spears coming […]

Trinsic & Zapier Partner to Bring SSI to 2000+ Applications

G-Suite, Office 365, Slack, Stripe, Asana, Twilio, Trello, Salesforce, LinkedIn, WordPress, HubSpot, Zoom, Typeform, Discord. What are two things these applications have in common? Odds are, you are a user of one or more of them. They now work seamlessly with self-sovereign identity (SSI). In our eternal quest to make SSI easier to adopt, Trinsic […]

Blockchain Is the Least Interesting Thing About Self-Sovereign Identity

This blog post was originally posted on Riley Hughes’s (Co-founder & CEO of Trinsic) personal Medium blog. Blockchain is the least interesting thing about self-sovereign identity (SSI), and yet proponents and naysayers both spend too much time talking about it. Given the interest blockchain has garnered over the last several years, claiming other things are more interesting […]