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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Closing the Digital Trust Gap During COVID-19

Along with the rest of the decentralized identity community, Trinsic celebrated the recent launch of the Trust over IP (ToIP) Foundation. This cross-sector coalition, housed under the Linux Foundation, will help define “a complete architecture for internet-scale digital trust that combines both cryptographic trust at the machine layer and human trust at the business, legal, and social layers.” Although […]