May 17, 2022
Salt Lake City, UT, 17 May 2022 —The Sovrin Foundation, an international nonprofit focused on the advancement of self-sovereign identity (SSI), is pleased to welcome Monokee as the newest Steward of the Sovrin Network. They join more than 50 other organizations which volunteer their resources in support of the network’s mission and operation.
“The Sovrin Foundation is delighted to have Monokee join the Sovrin Steward Community,” says Stephen Curran, Chair of the Sovrin Foundation Board of Trustees. “Monokee’s approach in extending its strength in traditional IAM solutions with innovative new SSI based-solutions shows Monokee’s leadership in the identity space, now and in the future.”
Monokee is a technology enabler that integrates identity management with disruptive and decentralized technologies to provide enterprise-grade security and compliance. With SSI-enabling technologies, Monokee brings an SSI toolbox that will allow effortless integration and orchestration for data governance, multi-party trust, and accounting to community and enterprise stakeholders alike.
“We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Sovrin. As Steward, our pledge is to provide the building blocks to facilitate the transition from centralized and federated IAM solutions toward decentralized and distributed ones so that both the community and the enterprise actors shall benefit from the advantages of both worlds” says Roberto Griggio, CEO of Monokee.
To see a complete list of the Stewards and the rest of the Sovrin Foundation Stewards please visit https://sovrin.org/stewards/.
About the Sovrin Foundation
The Sovrin Foundation is a nonprofit organization established to administer the Governance Framework governing the Sovrin Network, a decentralized global public network enabling self-sovereign identity on the internet. The Sovrin Foundation is an independent organization that is responsible for ensuring the Sovrin identity system is public and globally accessible.« Sovrin welcomes Bluenumber as new steward Announcement: enforcement of accountability requirements on the Sovrin Networks by 1 February 2023 »