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Key Concepts

These comprehensive guides go over everything you need to know about these topics in a way that’s easy to understand with videos, illustrations, and examples.
Decentralized identifiers are globally unique digital identifiers made up of a string of letters and numbers that can be stored on the blockchain and don’t rely on a central authority to verify their authenticity.
Verifiable Credentials are digital, cryptographically secured versions of both paper and digital credentials that people can show organizations that need them for verification.
Decentralized identity is a type of identity management that enables users to control their own digital identity without depending on a specific service provider and provides more privacy.
Verifiable Credentials technology enables issuing organizations to create fraud-proof certificates while allowing verifying organizations to check the authenticity of credentials instantly.
Digital credentials are digital certificates or documents that are given by a party to prove someone’s qualification, claim, or achievement.
Blockchain identity management can be applied to a variety use cases across a variety of sectors including healthcare, supply chain, Web3, financial services, retail, and supply chain.
Decentralized identifiers (DIDs), Verifiable Credentials, decentralized identity, selective disclosure, and Zero-Knowledge Password Protocol, and zero-knowledge proofs are all effective technology tools that can help organizations stay compliant.
Web3 identity is a system that allows users to manage their online identities in a more secure and efficient way without relying on a central authority.
Self-Sovereign Identity is a way of managing digital identity where individuals have full control over their own data and can choose which information to share and with whom.