CIO’s guideline on Blockchain Digital Identity management

The rise of the Blockchain Digital Identity management model

Entities and personal data on Blockchain Digital Identity management system

  • Owners: The identity owners — The users, who own personal credentials (name, address, passport number, behaviors when using the services)
  • Issuers: A trusted party such as local government, can issue and attest personal credentials for the identity owners, so-called credentials.
  • Verifiers: The service providers or website owners. Instead of checking real personal data (e.g. date of birth, passport number), the verifiers will review the issuers’ credentials of that information.
  • Users’ Decentralized Identity (DID):
  • Definitions for Credentials:
  • Proofs of sharing data consent:

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