Identity , Webinar

The New Identity Standard – Self Sovereign Identity Webinar #11

Self-Sovereign Identity ensures that users immediately become owners of their own data and gives them the option to share this data without a third party’s intervention. Jacob Boersma of the Dutch Blockchain Coalition (DBC): “At SSI, people are central. SSI is a form of identity verification that allows the end-user (citizen, consumer, customer) to determine …

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Webinar Self Sovereign Identity
Blockchain , Identity

From the autopilot to a self-sovereign mentality

According to Erik Erikson, identity is a feeling one experiences according to their being. Developing a sense of “being” is essential for people that want to operate autonomously in the world. But no matter how dynamic and changeable an identity can be, the concept of identity is mainly about realizing that certain things remain the same, …

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The new identity standard
Asset management , Blockchain

Using blockchain to ensure product authenticity

When businesses or consumers buy a physical product or an asset, they have no way of knowing whether it is authentic or where it came from. The label could be incorrect, or worse, the product itself could be a fake. When purchasing anything, we have to accept and trust that the supplier is an honest …

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Ensure product authenticity
Blockchain , Healthcare , Success Stories

How blockchain is changing the healthcare sector

The government has taken a number of measures so that municipalities can properly carry out their new duties. Such as: Less regulatory burden for residents. This means that the rules must be as simple as possible and residents with complex problems can go to one point of contact. Money flowing to municipalities for tasks in …

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Changing healthcare sector
Blockchain

Interoperability – A common understanding

Standards  As I spend more and more time working here at Ledger Leopard I get a greater idea of just how important standards are. If we go back in time to just a couple of decades ago the internet was a lot like a dystopian nightmare. There were few standards for browser compatibility or coding. …

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Interoperability
Blockchain , Identity

Tracking the Corona Virus with SSI

A way to prevent the spread of contamination among nations was to cut off all international flights. This specific measure could have been a considerable measure, wasn’t it be that it had come too late as the virus had already reached European countries. With Italy as the first victim, the arrival of the virus in …

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Tracking your identity
Blockchain , Identity

The new Identity standard

How is this going to work out in real life? A sad, however very relevant, example is the entrepreneur who is directly affected by government measures to combat the corona crisis and who see their turnover vanish. Many entrepreneurs and associations, such as restaurants, cafes, and sports clubs, will have less demand or must close …

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Digital Identity
Blockchain , Solutions

Challenges of blockchain

1. Privacy Because a blockchain is a decentralized database model where all stakeholders can view the data, it is “not done” to put data on the blockchain.  The GDPR is based on an underlying assumption that in relation to each personal data point there is at least one natural or legal person – the data …

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Blockchain Challenges
Blockchain , Identity

Challenges and opportunities of identity in a digital age

Although one has an identity as soon as a person is born or an object is created, your identity develops during your life cycle. Not only is your existence part of your identity, but also your preferences, your achievements such as diplomas and certificates, and last but not least, your reputation, which is an integral …

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Identity Claim and consent
Blockchain , Healthcare

What else does blockchain have to offer for healthcare?

No more single point of failure An important mechanism of a blockchain is that there is not one central database that contains everything, but that the database of transactions (blockchain) is stored with multiple parties. Essentially, there is a copy of the database at every party that participates in the blockchain. This comes with a …

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Blockchain in healthcare