Advancing digital identity through DID core specification
The recent DID core specification approval at the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) provided clearer and stronger foundations for identity platforms building decentralized identifiers.
8 September 2022 4 mins read
In June 2022, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) approved the Decentralized Identifier (DID) Working Group’s DID core specification to move to the W3C Recommendation stage. This milestone reaffirms the rising relevance of digital identity and provides clearer and stronger foundations for identity platforms such as Atala PRISM.
Here, we look at:
- what digital identity and DIDs are.
Input Output Global’s $4.5m blockchain research hub at Stanford University
Input Output Global is proud to announce its partnership with the prestigious Stanford University to fund blockchain research
30 August 2022 4 mins read
Input Output Global, Inc. (IOG) prioritizes a peer-reviewed, academic research-driven process in its quest to develop high-assurance blockchain technologies. The research team has published 130+ research papers across a host of topics, many of which help underpin Cardano’s design principles and IOG’s novel products and services.
This week we are proud to announce our latest…