Event Recap: SSI for Economic Empowerment—Lessons from Africa

The worldwide adoption of self-sovereign identity (SSI) has the potential to increase people’s access to goods and services, including for disadvantaged individuals across the globe. For example, more than one billion people in the world do not have a government ID¹, causing them to be excluded from a variety of services like banking and healthcare. […]

Trinsic Basics: Open Source SSI Codebases

In a previous post, we discussed Trinsic’s commitment to making sure our platform is based on the most recent self-sovereign identity (SSI) standards. Because of that commitment, solutions built with Trinsic will always be interoperable and untethered from vendor lock-in. We implement those standards through open source codebases which power everything we do at Trinsic. […]

Trinsic Basics: What Are SSI Standards?

Standards are an important part of the Trinsic platform. Our vision is that people everywhere will have a digital identity that’s as legitimate as their real-world identity. In the real world, standards are an important part of identity. Why do you think that driver’s licenses from different states contain the same information? Or transcripts from […]

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 […]