An Introduction to Trinsic Studio

Trinsic Studio is an easy-to-use portal that allows developers to easily manage their integrations with Trinsic’s APIs. With it, developers can manage their credentials, API keys, verification policies, and more—all in one place. However, the Studio is not just for technically-savvy people. From the Studio, you can issue verifiable credentials, perform verifications, and establish connections […]

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 in 2020: A Year in Review

The year 2020 was quite the year for everyone. Despite its challenges, 2020 was a significant year of growth for the Trinsic platform, team, and brand. Below, we highlight the moments of growth in 2020 that we will never forget. The world’s first SSI platform is born At the beginning of 2020, we launched the […]

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 […]

How to Verify Credentials in Trinsic Studio

Issuing credentials is only half of the story when it comes to verifiable credential exchange. The other essential piece is verifying those credentials. In this post, we walk through the steps of how to verify credentials in Trinsic Studio. For a more in-depth explanation of verifications and how they work, please visit our documentation. Before […]

How to Create Connections in Trinsic Studio

In self-sovereign identity (SSI), the securest way to share, issue, and verify credentials between two parties is to create a ‘connection‘ between them. When you create a connection, you create a secure, peer-to-peer communication channel between you and the other party. Through that communication channel, you can exchange credentials and messages to another party without […]

How to Issue Credentials in Trinsic Studio

Trinsic Studio is the best and simplest tool for verifiable credential exchange. Through the Studio, developers can seamlessly manage their self-sovereign identity (SSI) integrations, all in one easy-to-use web application. Designed for simplicity and usability, Trinsic Studio has all the tools you need to build an SSI solution.   In this how-to post, we will […]

Trinsic Introduces Interactive Connections in Trinsic Wallet & Platform

As the developer platform for verifiable credentials, Trinsic has focused on abstracting the complexities of advanced open source technologies and protocols away into easy-to-use APIs & SDKs used by hundreds of developers. We’ve also pioneered digital wallets in both technology and user experience, releasing the first wallet to achieve multi-vendor interoperability and introducing the iconic […]

Combining Verifiable Credentials and Smart Contracts for COVID-19 Data Management

Over the past few months, a number of apps have been developed that use verifiable credentials to streamline the transfer of data in the COVID-19 testing process. However, Bart Cant, Founder and Managing Partner of Rethink Ledgers, decided to use a unique approach in developing his prototype app. Not only did he use verifiable credentials […]