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

The Sovrin Network and Zero Knowledge Proofs

Mike Lodder holds the position of Security Maven for the Sovrin Foundation and is responsible for writing protocols, developing security policies, implementing crypto, and assessing the strength of the Sovrin Network. At a recent ‘Brown Bag Meetup’ hosted at Sovrin Foundation headquarters in Provo, Utah, Mike gave a fantastic presentation about Zero Knowledge Proofs. We … Read moreThe Sovrin Network and Zero Knowledge Proofs

Sovrin Stewards: Helping Create Self-Sovereign Identity for All

The Sovrin Foundation’s mission is to provide people and organizations with access to self-sovereign digital identity, and it does this by building, administering, and promoting a global, decentralized, public identity utility called the Sovrin Network. One group that is central to Sovrin’s success is the Sovrin Stewards.   Stewards form a crucial community within the … Read moreSovrin Stewards: Helping Create Self-Sovereign Identity for All

Sovrin Named a Top Infrastructure Builder by OWI

One World Identity (OWI) is an independent advisory firm that helps business leaders, governments, and investors stay ahead of market trends. In August, OWI released its latest research on blockchain in a whitepaper titled, “Blockchain and Identity in 2018: A Year of Promise and Pilots.” The paper highlights 18 companies and organizations at the forefront … Read moreSovrin Named a Top Infrastructure Builder by OWI

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