I was asked to substitute in at the last minuet to talk about the difference between blockchain and cryptocurrency at the BridgeSF conference on their Enterprise Day.
Here are links to what I cover in the talk:
Do You Need a Blockchain. This slide is from DHS S&T and Anil John who is leading research int his area for that agency.
Identity on the Blockchain
- Verifiable Organizations Network, Led by the British Columbia Government on GitHub. Built on the Hyperleder Indy Code also on GitHub.
- Verifiable Credentials Work at the W3C.
- Decentralized Identifier Work at the W3C building on work from the Internet Identity Workshop and Rebooting the Web of Trust.
- The Decentralized Identity Foundation
- MyCUID My Credit Union Identity
Slide from Anil John DHS S&T explaining Verified Claims.
The Known Traveller : Unlocking the potential of digital identity for secure seamless travel. World Economic Forum Report.
Crossing the boarder involves many parties. The United States and Canadian Government are collaborating in exploring how to improving boarder crossing and customs clearance.
Coordination across many parties.
- Amply project in South Africa in collaboration with the IXO Foundation and the Company Consent.Global
- HIE [Health Information Exchange] of One
Blockchain and Land Rights – work by Mike Graglia at New America Foundation
- Paper: Blockchain and Property in 2018: At the End of the Beginning
- Preso: Blockchain and Property in 2018: At the End of the Beginning
Joining the Community to engage further.
- Come to the Internet Identity Workshop – next is October 23-25, 2018 in MountainView and then again in early May 2019
- Decentralized Identity Foundation
- Sovrin Foundation
- Verse One
- You can reach met Kaliya (at) identitywoman.net
- If you want to get the Scoop on Self-Sovereign Identity you can get that here!
- If you want to learn about the work HumanFirst.Tech
Here are the Slides: