Trinsic Ecosystems Is Now Our Exclusive Platform for New Users

Illustration of a trust ecosystem

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 solidified […]

Trinsic Launches Identity For Good in Response to Ukraine Crisis

Since an unprovoked Putin shocked the world by launching Europe’s largest military conflict since WWII into Ukraine, some 2,000,000 individuals have fled their homes in search of safety in a span of less than one week. While the world is–unfortunately–no stranger to refugees, the scale and velocity of the exodus has been unprecedented. Many of […]

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. […]

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 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 […]

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 & 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 […]

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. […]