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                          Relationships and Identity

                          We build digital identity systems to create and manage relationships—not identities. We need our digital relationships to have integrity and to be useful over a specified lifetime. Identity systems should provide relationship integrity and utility to participants for the appropriate length of time. Participants should be able to create relationships with whatever party will provide utility. SSI provides improved support for creating, managing, and using digital relationships.
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                          What is SSI?

                          If your identity system doesn't use DIDs and verifiable credentials in a way that gives participants autonomy and freedom from intervening administrative authorities, then it's not SSI.
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                          Held Hostage

                          We need to replace platforms that intermediate transactions with protocols built on a universal trust framework like Sovrin to avoid a future of hostage taking and retaliatory regulations.
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                          Using Sovrin for Age Verification

                          How can I use Sovrin to perform age verification to minimize the personal data I have to keep? This blog post discusses the basics.
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                          The Impact of a Network of Networks on Censorship

                          Creating a network of networks, where multiple ledgers serve as anchors for credential definitions, has consequences for the overall system's ability to resist censorship. This post explores why.
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                          Supporting LESS and Trustless Identity

                          Avoiding future identity catastrophes requires that we put technical and legal structures in place now to protect privacy and autonomy and provide censorship resistance.
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                          Credentials and Covid-19 Recovery

                          Sovrin credentials can give assurances of safety during the present Covid-19 crisis and help jump start economies when it's over.
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                          The Sovrin SSI Stack

                          The Sovrin Identity Metasystem is based on a sophisticated stack of protocols, implemented in open-source code, backed and supported by hundreds of organizations, large and small, around the world. The metasystem can be used to build identity systems for any context and provides people with autonomy and freedom to make choices about how information that identifies them is shared and used. This post describes how the metasystem is implemented by the Sovrin SSI Stack.
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                          Building Identity Systems on the Sovrin Network

                          An identity metasystem like the Sovrin Network provides the foundation for creating tens of millions of interoperable identity systems for every conceivable context and use. This post discusses how These identity systems are built, illustrative use cases, and the potential marketplace for credentials.
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                          Centralized Services Needn't be Evil to be a Problem

                          Relying on a single actor to make things work for millions is no way to do something as fundamental to human autonomy and dignity as digital identity.
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                          Four Pillars of an SSI Network

                          Building an operating network takes more than protocols or even code. It requires aligning the efforts of people to get a hard thing done. We created the Sovrin Foundation to foster a thriving ecosystem for an identity metasystem.
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                          Recent Revisions to the Sovrin Governance Framework

                          The latest revision of the Sovrin Governance Framework is aimed squarely at showing how the Sovrin identity metasystem is compliant with GDPR and other privacy regulations. Compliance is an important part of adoption and creating "identity for all."
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                          Fidelity, Provenance, and Trust

                          In this post, I look at the words we use to describe verifiable credential exchange with an eye to being more specific about the part different components of the SSI stack play in providing trustworthy data exchange.
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                          Self Sovereign is Not Self Asserted

                          Self-sovereign does not mean self-asserted. In fact, self-sovereign identity is squarely aimed creating a model where people can bring to bear evidence from trusted parties to any interaction.
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                          Life-Like Identity: Why the Internet Needs an Identity Metasystem

                          Sovrin is an identity metasystem that provides the Internet's missing identity layer. By creating a general-purpose system for constructing context-specific identity systems, the metasystem represents a universal trust framework. A universal trust framework is the foundation for supporting life-like identity in our digital lives.
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                          It's the Autonomy, Stupid!

                          The core value proposition of decentralization is autonomy. Without freedom to choose we can't build a thriving digital ecosystem that is as rich and full as the physical world we inhabit.
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                          Answering Questions about Self-Sovereign Identity

                          Identity professionals continue to have questions about self-sovereign identity (SSI). In this post, I answer a few questions that Susan Morrow raised about the commercial viability, security, privacy, and desired user experience of SSI.
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                          No on Universal Patient ID

                          Just as we're finally at a point where online identity system can solve the health care records problem without using a universal identifier, the US is poised to explore one. Let's not. Instead let's use identity systems that protect privacy.
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                          Thoughts on Libra

                          Facebook has announced their Libra cryptocurrency. This is good news for cryptocurrencies and market-incentivized networks. I worry that Libra's financial inclusion might come with an attendent loss of privacy or autonomy.
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                          DID Messaging: A Batphone for Everyone

                          DID Messaging can provide a secure, authenticated, and verified channel for every relationship you have.
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                          Self-Sovereign Identity at IIW: We Have Liftoff

                          Last week was the 28th semi-annual Internet Identity Workshop (IIW). There were 129 session conducted by people from all over the world and about many different aspects of identity. There were technical discussions, standards works, policy debates, and lots of demonstrations. I'll post a link to the Book of Proceedings when it's available so you can read about them yourself.1 One thing that stood out to me is the impact self-sovereign identity is having. There were several dozen sessions on SSI. I was excited to see seven different implementations of Indy Agents that were working together and combined to
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                          Decentralized Identifiers

                          Decentralized identifiers are one of the foundational ideas for supporting self-sovereign identity. This post describes how decentralized identifiers work.
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                          The Laws of Identity

                          In this post, I make a case that Sovrin not only conforms to Kim Cameron's Seven Laws of Identity, but constitutes the identity metasystem he envisioned in 2004.
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                          Verifiable Credential Exchange

                          Verifiable credential exchange is the foundation of decentralized, online identity. This post describes how it works.
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                          The Sovrin Ecosystem

                          Sovrin is a vibrant ecosystem with many players. This post talks about the relationships of some of those players.
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                          Decentralization in Sovrin

                          Sovrin is more than a ledger and its claim to being a decentralized identity system rests on more than that. Sovrin comprises three layers, each of which promotes and strengthens decentralization and self-sovereign identity. This post discusses each layer and the decentralized features that underpin it.
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                          Multi-Source and Self-Sovereign Identity

                          Self-sovereign identity is multi-source, but not all multi-source identity systems are self-sovereign. Self-sovereignty requires that people and organizations have control of their credentials and interact as peers.
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                          You've Had an Automobile Accident: Multi-Source Identity to the Rescue

                          The real world is messy and unpredictable. Creating an identity system that is flexible enough to support the various ad hoc scenarios that the world presents us with can only be done using a decentralized system like Sovrin that allows multiple credentials from various authorities to be shared in the ways the scenario demands.
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                          The Sovrin Foundation

                          This article describes the role that the Sovrin Foundation and associated groups play in governing, operating, and using the Sovrin Network. The Sovrin Network is designed and intended to be decentralized so understanding the key influence points and community groups is important.
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                          Exploring Self-Sovereign Identity in India

                          I spent almost two weeks talking with people about self-sovereign identity in Switzerland and India. I'm more excouraged than ever that self-sovereign identity holds the key to real change in how we live our digital lives with security, privacy, and dignity.
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                          Identity and India

                          In July I'll be circling the globe to talk about self-sovereign identity and learn about how others are approaching and using it.
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                          Multi-Source Identity

                          Multi-source identity systems like Sovrin enabled richer digital identity transactions that mirror the decentralized, ad hoc nature of identity in the physical world.
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                          Coherence and Decentralized Systems

                          Building decentralized systems requires more than defining a few specifications and hoping for the best. In order to thrive, decentralized systems need coherence, the social organization necessary to get otherwise independent actors to cooperate.
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                          Building Your Business on Sovrin: Domain-Specific Trust Frameworks

                          A domain-specific trust framework is a collection of policies, legal agreements and technologies that provides the context for claims in a given domain. Sovrin Foundation provides a structure and supporting systems for groups defining trust frameworks. This post describes how domain-specific trust frameworks function.
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                          What We Learn about Self-Sovereignty from CryptoKitties

                          CryptoKitties are a useful example of digital ownership and self-sovereignty except for one small flaw.
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                          Sovrin Foundation Welcomes Nathan George

                          Hiring a full time CTO is a big step for the Sovrin Foundation. I'm excited Nathan is joining us.
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                          Decentralized Governance in Sovrin

                          Decentralized systems require governance to function well. Ideally this governance should be clear, open, and effective without impacting the decentralized nature of the system. This post describes the governance of the Sovrin network. Our approach is a constitutional model based on an agreement we call the Sovrin Trust Framework that informs and guides everything from code development to the responsibilities of the various actors in the system. The Sovrin Trust Framework enables decentralized governance of the Sovrin network.
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                          Announcing the Sovrin Whitepaper

                          The Sovrin whitepaper is now available. Identity in real life is much richer than online identity, flexibly and conveniently solving all kinds of thorny problems. Now with Sovrin, we can bring those rich identity transactions online. This paper shows how that happens and why it will impact every sector of the Internet in significant ways. I hope you'll spend some time reading it.
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                          Secure Pico Channels with DIDs

                          Decentralized identifiers are a perfect complement to the event channels in picos and provide the means of performing secure messaging between picos with little effort on the developer's part.
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                          Fixing the Five Problems of Internet Identity

                          Sovrin capitalizes on decades of cryptographic research and the now widespread availability of decentralized ledger technology to rethink identity solutions so that we can have scalable, flexible, private interactions with consent despite the issues that distance introduces.
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                          Is Sovrin Decentralized?

                          To determine whether Sovrin is decentralized, we have to ask questions about the purpose of decentralization and how Sovrin supports those purposes.
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                          Equifax and Correlatable Identifiers

                          We can avoid security breachs that result in the loss of huge amounts of private data by creating systems that don't rely on correlatable identifiers. Sovrin is built to use non-correlatable identifiers by default while still providing all the necessary functionality we expect from an identity system.
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                          Sovrin Self-Sustainability

                          For Sovrin to become a global, public utility that helps everyone create and manage self-sovereign identities, it must be independent and self-sustaining. This post outlines four idependence milestones for Sovrin Foundation.
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                          The Case for Decentralized Identity

                          We cannot decentralize many interesting systems without also decentralizing the identity systems upon which they rely. We're finally in a position to create truly decentralized systems for digital identity.
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                          Launching the Sovrin Network

                          The Sovrin network for identity is now live and accepting transactions. Sovrin provides a global identity infrastructure that supports self-sovereign identity and verifiable claims. This blog post describes the launch ceremony that we conducted. This is the beginning of Identity for All.
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                          Identity, Sovrin, and the Internet of Things

                          Building the Internet of Things securely requires that we look to non-hierarchical models for managing trust. Sovrin provides a Web of Trust model for securing the Internet of Things that increases security and availability while giving device owners more control.
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                          A Mesh for Picos

                          This post describes some changes we're making to the pico engine to better support a decentralized mesh for running picos.
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                          Sovrin Status: Provisional Trust Framework

                          The Sovrin Trust Framework is nothing less that the constitution of the Sovrin Network. The Provisional Trust Framework was recently completed and approved. This post gives details about what the Sovrin Trust Framework is and why it's so important.
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                          Sovrin Status: Alpha Network Is Live

                          The Sovrin Network is live and undergoing testing. This Alpha Stage will allow us to ensure the network is stable and the distributed nodes function as planned.
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                          Sovrin Web of Trust

                          Sovrin uses a heterarchical, decentralized Web of Trust model to build trust in identifiers and give people clues about what and who to trust.
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                          Sovrin In-Depth Technical Review

                          Sovrin Foundation has engaged Engage Identity to perform a security review of Sovrin's technology and processes. Results will be available later this summer.
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                          Life-Like Anonymity

                          Natural anonymity comes from our ability to recognize others without the aid of an external identity system. Online interactions can only mirror life-like anonymity when we have decentralized identity systems that don't put all unteractions under the purview of centralized administrative systems.
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                          Hyperledger Welcomes Project Indy

                          The Sovrin Foundation announced at the 24th Internet Identity Workshop (IIW) that its distributed ledger, custom-built for independent digital identity has been accepted into incubation under Hyperledger, the open source collaborative effort created to advance cross-industry blockchain technologies hosted by The Linux Foundation.
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                          Verifying Constituency: A Sovrin Use Case

                          Verified constituency is a simple, but powerful means of creating a collective voice that is difficult to ignore or dismiss.
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                          A Universal Trust Framework

                          The Internet has never had a universal trust framework before. Imagine if you could build the next sharing economy application without having to also build the platform that helps people trust. This post describes a universal trust framework that is open to all. Sovrin changes the world by providing a universal means of trusting.
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                          Sovrin Use Cases: GPG as a Sovrin Client

                          GPG would make an excellent client for the Sovrin identity network and solve some of the problems that have prevented PGP from becoming a useful communication system.
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                          Sovrin Use Cases: Portable Picos

                          This article describes a method for using the Sovrin distributed identity ledger to lookup picos by name rather than location. This allows picos to be portable between hosting engines without loss of functionality.
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                          Sovrin Use Cases: Education

                          Sovrin's verifiable claims provide the means of creating a virtual university with little or no traditional integration between the various players.
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                          Sovrin Use Cases: Healthcare

                          Sovrin can improve healthcare and make it less costly by providing an identity system that combines a secure means of exchanging verifiable claims and patient consent that is a structural component of the system.
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                          Sovrin Use Cases: Authentication

                          This use case discusses authentication in a self-sovereign identity system called Sovrin. Sovrin simplifies authentication, reducing friction while providing a system that businesses can trust without building or maintaining it.
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                          On Sovereignty

                          Sovereignty is much more than control. Sovereignty is about relationships and balance of power.
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                          When People Can Share Verifiable Attributes, Everything Changes

                          Verifiable, owner-provided attributes are the engine that will drive wide-spread adoption of self-sovereign identity systems. This article explains how this models the way credentials work in the physical world and describes benefits of owner-provided attributes.
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                          TL;DR: How Sovrin Works

                          An animation showing how Sovrin works.
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                          How Sovrin Works

                          This article describes how Sovrin works by showing the interactions of a Sovrin user, Jane, with organizations she does business with. The examples highlights Sovrin's features and method of operation.
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                          Announcing the Sovrin Foundation

                          In London today, we're announcing the formation of the Sovrin Foundation. Sovrin Foundation is a private-sector, international non-profit that was established to govern the Sovrin Identity Network (SIDN). SIDN is a public, permissioned distributed ledger purpose built for identities. The Internet was created without any way for people and organizations to be identified. On the Internet, only machines get identities in the form of IP numbers. This is understandable given what the creators of the Internet were trying to achieve. But the lack of a decentralized, heterarchical, and interoperable identity system has created an environment where the services most
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                          An Internet for Identity

                          Online services and interactions are being held back by the lack of identity systems that have the same virtues as the Internet. This post describes what we can expect from an Internet for identity.
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                          Decentralization and Distributed Ledgers

                          Some claim that decentralized system that have to be governed aren't really decentralized. This article explains why that thinking is misguided.
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                          Governance for Distributed Ledgers

                          Governance in permissioned distributed ledgers provides a real solution to some of the ad hoc machinations that have occurred recently with non-permissioned blockchains.
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                          Service Integration Via a Distributed Ledger

                          System integration by writing and reading claims on a distributed ledger solves some big problems.
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