The greatest technological innovation of our generation, the Internet, was originally designed for machine-to-machine communication. The role of humans wasn't anticipated early, hence it was designed without an identity layer. Throughout the years, various solutions were implemented, but they all had major weaknesses in security, privacy, and usability. We have shared our data with hundreds of service providers in exchange for access to their services. Yet, we still don't have a digital identity that belongs to us and that we can fully leverage in the digital economy.
There must be a better way.
Blokverse firmly believes in the Self-sovereign identity principles, resulting from the work of the community of identity researchers. It is time to establish the digital trust infrastructure globally: based on a privacy-preserving digital identity layer and with interoperable, ubiquitously present verifiable credentials.