A Primer on Decentralized Digital Identity

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Decentralized identity refers to a digital identity framework where an individual or device is responsible for their own identity and credentials.

Often termed "self-sovereign identity," the trend is positioned as an alternative to traditional models of digital identity, where an authority is held to be responsible for verifying and managing identities.

This report looks at the evolving considerations around ID for individuals, and explores the decentralized identity trend in this context and its implications for technology markets.
A Primer on Decentralized Digital Identity
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