Indicio Identity Community Meetup: DIDComm V2: Implications on the future of the internet
Indicio recently hosted a discussion with Daniel Hardman, CTO of Provent, and Sam Curren, Deputy CTO of Indicio, to get their expert opinions on how the recent approval of the DIDComm V2 specification by the Decentralized Identity Foundation (DIF) will impact the everyday interactions people have on the internet.
Solving Market Problems With Open Source Verifiable Credentials
Heather Dahl, CEO of Indicio, will be speaking with Mike Vesey, CEO of IdRamp, on the real world use of open source verifiable credential technology for business. The focus of the presentation will be how to make the technology work in practice and how open source projects can accelerate and amplify commercial solutions.
Identity Insights – Verio and Bullet ID
Christian Talle, CTO of Bullet ID joins us in this episode to discuss how verifiable credentials can be used to track ammunition and help solve crime. He shares some info on the technologies used in this solution, as well as where you can go to see it in action.
Market Signals – Why Should You Care about Digital Identity?
We take a look at some of the best arguments for why strong identity systems will be critical as the internet involves. Topics include how digital ID will change the nature of reputation, how to prepare for digital identity challenges, and the versatility of decentralized identity.
Identity Insights – The Implications of DIDComm V2 on the Future of the Internet
We selected some of the highlights of our recent Meetup conversation on the implications of DIDComm for the future of the internet. This is the ideal video for those who want an overview of the main points but don’t have time for the full, hour-long conversation.
Here are a few events in the decentralized identity space to look out for.