Authorization using Zero-Knowledge privacy
Private user data should not be on a public blockchain.
Verifiable Credentials contain cryptographically verified user data and are only stored in the user’s non-custodial identity wallet app.
Web3 ID lets you request and verify a user's Verifiable Credentials or specific attributes from one or several credentials.
Users decide how and what data to share using privacy-preserving techniques such as Selective Disclosure and Zero-Knowledge Proofs.
Selective Disclosure (coming soon)
Only share a specific detail from one credential (e.g. disclosing only your name without showing your entire driver's license).
Zero-Knowledge Proofs (coming soon)
Prove something about yourself without revealing the data that supports the proof (e.g. proving you are over 21 years old without sharing your date of birth).