Trinsic White Label Wallet — The Fastest Way to Build with Verifiable Credentials

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Trinsic just released the fastest way to start building with verifiable credentials. Create an account in the Trinsic Dashboard, add your custom branding, and we’ll create a white labeled credential studio allowing you to demo a use case in minutes. While Trinsic is known for easy-to-use SDKs and a top-tier developer experience, we consistently heard […]

The Future of Identity Wallets with Trinsic

New updates to the Trinsic platform give developers more flexibility in how to deploy identity wallets into new and existing applications. Our goal is to power a world where millions of verifiable credentials are exchanged every day, and we believe that delivering great wallet experiences is the best way to further adoption of identity technology. […]

Issuing W3C Verifiable Credentials From a SQLite Database

This post is a technical guide on how to connect a database to a W3C verifiable credential issuance workflow with the Trinsic SDK. Many existing companies who build IDtech products look for a way to get user data from a database into a verifiable credential format. Since we’re still early in verifiable credential adoption, tactics […]

Trinsic Releases IDtech Product Market Map

People often ask us: What are examples of IDtech products? Normally, we end up sharing a list on Twitter or a few screenshot examples on a call. We figured it was time to more formally share our perspective on the top IDtech products in the market. And so, we created the IDtech Product Market Map […]

The IDtech Product Canvas and How to Use It

There are many potential uses for verifiable credentials, but oftentimes the examples break down quickly when you start thinking through the details. Our intention is to help people conceptualize the stakeholders needed to make an IDtech product function. Ideally, builders can map out their concept on a single page and easily communicate how it works […]

The IDtech Builder’s Guide

The IDtech Builder's Guide

How to Launch a Verifiable Credentials Startup in 2023 Table of Contents The One Tap Future of Digital Identity Is Coming At Trinsic we believe in a “one tap future” where people can prove statements with a single click of a button and gain access to what they need. Past attempts at this vision have […]

What Is IDtech and Why Does It Matter?


You may have noticed that Trinsic is using the term “IDtech” these days. This post compiles a growing list of pieces we’ve published to illustrate what we mean by IDtech, why it’s important, and how it relates to other terms used in the decentralized identity world. IDtech Is the New Fintech Article in Forbes Link […]

Identity Wallets in the Trinsic Ecosystems Platform

wallets in Trinsic Ecosystems

Trinsic Ecosystems, our next generation platform, became the default product for new users as of November 1st, 2022. With this update, we’ve unlocked a world of new possibilities for developers building IDtech products. Our goal is to provide flexibility for product builders to create the best experiences for their users. This post will cover: Two […]

Do You Need a Blockchain to Build Your IDtech Product?

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Trinsic’s next generation platform delivers decentralized identity infrastructure that is not tied to a specific ledger. In the world of decentralized identity, this may seem like a surprise, but it’s actually a huge win for product developers. This post will dig into a few reasons why Trinsic went ledger-less by default.  Adoption of Decentralized Identity Is […]

Trinsic Ecosystems Is Now Our Exclusive Platform for New Users

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Trinsic Ecosystems, the next generation of our full-stack platform for building identity products, is now the default product for new users when you sign up for Trinsic.   Since we launched in 2020 with our our v1 platform, Trinsic Core, over 1,000 developers have issued their first verifiable credentials using Trinsic. While we’ve gotten great feedback and […]