Control Your Digital Identity
Personally manage your digital identifications online with
the Sovrin Network– an open source project creating
a global public utility for self-sovereign identity
The Sovrin Solution
The Sovrin Network is a new standard for digital identity – designed to bring the trust, personal control, and ease-of-use of analog IDs – like driver’s licenses and ID cards – to the Internet.
We want to give people, organizations, and things the freedom to collect and carry their own lifelong verifiable digital credentials. “Self-sovereign” means the individual identity holder can access and use their credentials on the Sovrin Network whenever and however they please.
It’s time to move out siloed identities, endless passwords, and insecure databases. We need the frictionless, secure identity verification of self-sovereign identity.Read The Whitepaper
A Public Good, A Unique Architecture
The Sovrin Network enables people, organizations or IoT devices to prove things about themselves to anyone or anything, peer-to-peer, using data that the other party can verify. When anyone or anything is able to trust who or what it is dealing with online, massive amounts of friction can be removed, user experience can improve, and the transaction processes can be simplified.Use Case
The Sovrin Foundation is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit entity that provides the business, legal, and technical support for the Sovrin Network. Charged with administering the publicly created Governance Framework for the Sovrin Network, the Foundation is committed to transparency and neutrality.About Sovrin
Using the latest identity technology standards called Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs), the Sovrin Network allows for digital credentials to be privately issued, controlled, managed, and shared using a security standard called Zero Knowledge Proofs. The growth of the Sovrin Network partly depends on contributions from an active and supportive open-source development community.Developers
Identity For All
Integral to the mission of the Sovrin Foundation, is to ensure everyone — regardless of circumstance — has access to the Sovrin Network. The Sovrin Foundation’s I4A council partners with NGOs, civil society organizations, and other groups promoting more inclusive identification systems to help bring identity network technology to populations who may not otherwise be served.Use Case