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

Use Case Spotlight: Truu, Using Sovrin to Provide Trusted Digital Identity for Doctors

Manreet Nijjar and Henry Goodier became doctors to provide critical care and give support to individuals in need – from cancer diagnoses to life saving operations. They believe the best care is given when trust exists between two entities such as a patient and a healthcare professional; a physician and a hospital; or healthcare organizations. … Read moreUse Case Spotlight: Truu, Using Sovrin to Provide Trusted Digital Identity for Doctors

Use Case Spotlight: iRespond, Using Sovrin to Provide NGOs with Trusted Digital Identity Systems

Iris scans are considered the most accurate and reliable means to biometrically identify an individual. Patient identification, for example, is one of the biggest impediments to global healthcare delivery and to the NGOs working with underserved populations. Data integrity is also essential to clinical trials, which are often at risk for patient co-enrollment. iRespond is … Read moreUse Case Spotlight: iRespond, Using Sovrin to Provide NGOs with Trusted Digital Identity Systems

Use Case Spotlight: Collaboration and Interoperability on Sovrin

One of the greatest aspects of open source technology is the way it unites companies and organizations across the globe to collaborate and help solve shared problems. Sovrin is thrilled to see a recent example of such a collaboration called Job-Creds. This project was led by Sovrin Stewards ATB Financial, Evernym, IBM, and Workday, and … Read moreUse Case Spotlight: Collaboration and Interoperability on Sovrin