Introducing W3C-DID by Dyne Foundation

Users’ Digital Identities (DID) are stored and distributed using the W3C-DID standard defining a way to create and manage decentralised identifiers for entities such as people, organisations, devices, etc. on a blockchain or other decentralised systems.It empowers digital sovereignty and federated cooperation.

For each user a W3C-DID document is stored: the document contains no private or sensitive information about the user (no name, email or other) making the whole platform GDPR compliant by design.

The DIDs are produced, and can be resolved, using Dyne.org’s open source W3C-DID method, which is registered in the W3C-DID method list.

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