Dock is a network that provides developers with the infrastructure and tooling to build applications for issuing and verifying credentials on blockchain that are standards compliant, scalable, and affordable.
In addition to issuing, Dock continues to release a number of features for developers including creating Decentralized Identities (DIDs), revoking credentials, interoperability, claims deduction, blockchain anchoring and more.
The Dock Network is entirely open source and uses permissive, developer-friendly licenses. Dock is committed to always remaining open source and publicly available to promote innovation and adoption across industries and use cases.
It is typically necessary to manually verify credentials when they involve faces. For example, when buying an age-restricted item (e.g., beer) from a store, a customer would present an ID to the cashier, who needs to manually compare the picture on the ID with the customer’s face to ensure that they match. This step introduces friction and inaccuracies in the process, and creates unnecessary physical contact that could be dangerous in this age of a global pandemic.Try the demo
W3C is an international community developing open standards across the web. This specification provides a format for expressing credentials that are secure, privacy respecting and cryptographically authenticated. W3C standard credentials can be issued via Dock and the verifier is open source, free to use and publicly available.Use the W3C Verifier