Event: TPAC 2018

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is an international community where member organizations, a full-time staff, and the public work together to develop standards across the internet. Every year the W3C holds combined Technical Plenary and Advisory Committee meetings (TPAC). This year TPAC 2018 took place at Cité Centre des Congrès de Lyon, France from October … Read moreEvent: TPAC 2018

Use Case: Demonstrating the Power of the Sovrin Network

Last week was another exciting opportunity for collaborators and contributors to solve identity issues together at the Internet Identity Workshop (IIW). A team from Sovrin attending IIW was delighted to note that a lot of the talks focused on self-sovereign identity, related systems and the technology in development to make it a reality. For those who … Read moreUse Case: Demonstrating the Power of the Sovrin Network

Bringing Blockchain to Grace Hopper

Attending Grace Hopper Celebration has always been on my professional bucket list. Having worked in the technology industry for over a decade, this event has something of a reputation for those of us who regularly use #womenintech on Twitter and, generally, face little to no wait for our gender specific restroom in our offices. Unlike the … Read moreBringing Blockchain to Grace Hopper

Sovrin at Rebooting the Web of Trust

This past week, Sovrin Foundation CTO Nathan George and Sovrin Security Maven Mike Lodder attended the seventh meeting of  Rebooting the Web of Trust (RWOT) in Toronto, Canada. The mission of RWOT is to share ideas, discuss important digital identity topics and write papers on the ideas and technologies being used to improve decentralization for … Read moreSovrin at Rebooting the Web of Trust

Community Spotlight: Self-Sovereign Identity Developer Meetup Takes DID for a Spin

The Utah Sovrin Meetup group recently hosted a Developer Brown Bag in Provo, UT that brought together developers from throughout the digital identity ecosystem. Software engineers from BYU’s Pico Labs and the Sovrin community came together with programmers and enthusiasts from companies like Evernym and ControlFusion to talk about Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs) and Pico Engines. … Read moreCommunity Spotlight: Self-Sovereign Identity Developer Meetup Takes DID for a Spin