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Portable and interoperable data

The Dock Certs Platform is built on W3C open standards. This ensures that users can store their Credentials on any digital wallet that adheres to these standards and that any stakeholder, wherever they are in the world, can verify the authenticity of the data as long as their verification system adheres to these standards.
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The Verifiable Credentials Standard

A Verifiable Credential (VC) is a standard way to digitally express credentials (claims) in a tamper-proof, privacy-preserving, and machine-verifiable way.

The Verifiable Credentials Data Model 1.0 was published by the W3C in 2019.

The Decentralized Identifier (DID) Standard

According to the W3C, Decentralized Identifiers “are a new type of identifier that enables verifiable, decentralized digital identity.” DIDs are independent of any organization or identity provider. When you create a DID, it’s under your full control.

Each DID contains a cryptographic key pair. The Issuer’s Private Key signs the Verifiable Credential, while the Public Key is published on the blockchain. This way, a Verifier can look up the Issuer’s DID and associated Public Key on the blockchain when they want to verify the authenticity of a Verifiable Credential.

We are confident that Dock is able to support us in scaling up our projects regarding SSI solutions within government and beyond
Marc Minnee

CEO, Ovrhd

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Turn verified ID data into Reusable Digital ID Credentials, instantly verify their authenticity and get paid when they are verified by third parties.