Trinsic Cements its Commitment to Interoperability Ahead of Internet Identity Workshop XXXI

Self-sovereign identity (SSI) has largely developed and matured thanks to the rich conversations at the semi-annual Internet Identity Workshop (IIW)—one of the most important user-centric digital identity events on earth. Not only does IIW act as a place to iron out specs and bring communities together, but it acts as a forcing function for implementors […]

Trinsic Leads SSI Digital Wallet Portability

“Portable” is one of the 10 principles of self-sovereign identity (SSI). In order to achieve portability or self-sovereignty, an individual must be able to control where their identity information and credentials are stored. They must be able to leave their current provider and move to a new provider and never be trapped in vendor lock-in. […]

Trinsic Contributes an OpenAPI for the Hyperledger Aries Framework .NET

Since before Trinsic even began, we were major contributors to various open source decentralized identity projects, the primary one being Hyperledger Aries. In fact, I became a main contributor to the Aries Framework .NET, a mature self-sovereign identity (SSI) agent codebase for the .NET Core runtime, and our CPO Michael Boyd is an original contributor […]

API Update: Verification Policies

Verifications are a core part of SSI. The unique value proposition of SSI is that information can be verified instantly and cryptographically, without managing multiple integrations. Recently we published an update to our platform with a new approach to verifications. Above all, this update will make verifiable credentials more intuitive and easier to use. It will […]