Sovrin has three networks for self-sovereign identity.

Each network is based on Hyperledger Indy and each is made up of between 4 and 25 nodes which are operated by Sovrin Stewards.  

The Sovrin Foundation acts as a Governance Authority and operates the network as a whole, monitoring and improving performance in support of its ‘Identity for All’ mission.

There are three networks in use:​

MainNet (since 2017)​

Public production network for scaling live SSI applications & services

You can learn how to use Sovrin MainNet here:

StagingNet (since 2018)

Public test network for prototyping pre-production SSI applications & services

You can learn how to start developing here:

BuilderNet (since 2019)

Pre-production testbed for Indy Networks code

You can learn more about contributing to Indy here:

Steward Spotlight​

Converging the capabilities of AI, blockchain, and multi-agent systems, works to create a decentralized digital world where autonomous agents perform transactions on their own behalf or on behalf of their owners. uses Sovrin verifiable credentials to establish a stronger layer of trust between interacting agents.