Enabling fair, instant and unsecured loans based on self-sovereign identity & DeFi
A winner in Finastra’s Hack to the Future event, Radoy Stoyanov from Growr, describes the sustainable and inclusive finance app they created in the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I) category.
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⭐️ Course Contents ⭐
⌨️ (00:00:00) Lesson 0: Welcome To Blockchain
⌨️ (00:09:05) Lesson 1: Blockchain Basics
⌨️ (02:01:16) Lesson 2: Welcome to Remix! Simple Storage
⌨️ (03:05:34) Lesson 3: Remix Storage Factory
⌨️ (03:31:55) Lesson 4: Remix Fund Me
⌨️ (05:30:42) Lesson 5: Ethers.js Simple Storage
⌨️ (08:20:17) Lesson 6: Hardhat Simple Storage
⌨️ (10:00:48) Lesson 7: Hardhat Fund Me
⌨️ (13:41:02) Lesson 9: Hardhat Smart Contract Lottery
⌨️ (16:34:07) Lesson 10: NextJS Smart Contract Lottery (Full Stack / Front End)
⌨️ (18:51:36) Lesson 11: Hardhat Starter Kit
⌨️ (18:59:24) Lesson 12: Hardhat ERC20s
⌨️ (19:16:13) Lesson 13: Hardhat DeFi & Aave
⌨️ (20:28:51) Lesson 14: Hardhat NFTs
⌨️ (23:37:03) Lesson 15: NextJS NFT Marketplace (Full Stack / Front End)
⌨️ (28:53:11) Lesson 16: Hardhat Upgrades
⌨️ (29:45:24) Lesson 17: Hardhat DAOs
⌨️ (31:28:32) Lesson 18: Security & Auditing
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Liability under GDPR and the Self Sovereign Identity Model – Elizabeth M. Renieris
Elizabeth M. Renieris, Global Policy Counsel, Evernym, features in our fourth Webinar “Liability under GDPR and the Self-Sovereign Identity Model” by explaining how SSI and GDPR can live together in our upcoming webinar. Register on this link for may 21st, we will publish the recording and slides the same day on this post.
One of the myths about GDPR and the right to be forgotten is that blockchain is inherently at odds with the right to be forgotten because of its immutability. But it depends what you’re writing to the ledger, and there are a lot of solutions we’ve seen that make both inherently compatible, because they’re not exactly that, they’re not putting credentials on the ledger. It depends on the chain, it depends on whether you consider forking and other technical measures to actually introduce changes to the record so to speak.
Affinidi Developer Webinar – Self Sovereign Identity and Financial Services
This webinar includes :
A brief presentation about Affinidi followed by a quick introduction to the concept of Self Sovereign Identity
Presentations from both our speakers Varsha Jagdale and Joseph Thomson
Followed by a discussion on the challenges, opportunities and the status quo of the ecosystem
Atala PRISM: Foundations for Self-Sovereign Identity on the Cardano Blockchain
Atala PRISM: Foundations for Sovereignty
By Cardano420, Presented by Josh [ATM]
Link to full article;
Link to Atala PRISM;
Link to ZKP wiki;
The existing system has proven to be a ‘reliable way to authenticate identity’ that has helped connect the world with trade and tourism on levels never imagined, but it has also excluded a massive portion of the world’s population. The centralization risk inherent in government-controlled processes presents a unique challenge to the development of a holistically beneficial and sustainable global identity system.
The concept of self-sovereign identity on the blockchain inspires thoughts of a future where each individual has authority over their own identity. Currently, personal identity is not respected as a basic human right. The global community should only expect to see economically vulnerable countries and communities continue to suffer and fall behind without comprehensive identity solutions.
There are several decentralized identity projects being developed on Cardano, each with their own unique approach. One of these solutions is Atala PRISM, a project seeking to provide users with control over their personal data while maintaining privacy and security. At its core, Atala PRISM is a tool for creating a verifiable digital identity that can be used across various platforms and services.
Imagine having a digital, tamper-proof record of your identity, which can be verified by others around the world (contingent on your consent) – no need for centralized authority. Do you think centrally permissioned identity systems are sustainable?
Atala PRISM: Foundations
Last year, I was lucky enough to be able to attend Consensus in Austin, TX. It took place during a very hot and humid mid-June. Cardano had an amazing booth and a great showing at the event. At some point in the weekend, I received a swag bag with a workbook inside titled “Atala PRISM: Foundations”. It serves as an introduction to the concept of self-sovereign identity and details the blockchain approach that makes it possible.
In Foundations, the Atala PRISM team reminds us how often we use our identity in daily life.
“Every time we use a cellphone, social media, email, text, access a bank account, or turn the lights on, we engage our identity… We may stand in line at our local coffee shop and engage with a stranger… While we wait for our coffee, we may be texting friends, browsing social media, or talking to someone on the phone… We would easily add dozens of interactions during the few minutes we’re waiting…”
There are different approaches to managing identity that each offer their own benefits and drawbacks.
“Examples include government ID numbers, passports, social media handles, cellphone or internet providers, etc… A user in this model must get permission to have an identity from the provider.”
This model isn’t unworkable, but it’s not optimal. Key features are missing.
This model is an improvement to centralized, but it doesn’t address its main problems. There are numerous identity providers who allow you to use your login credentials to access a variety of services and organizations online. Familiar identity providers include Facebook, Google, GitHub, Twitter, Amazon, Instagram, etc.
Cryptography unlocks the power of the decentralized identifier (DID), which is the concept at the center of this model. “A DID is like a fingerprint—its unique to the individual, and we can have more than one, just like we have multiple fingerprints.”
There is no centralized authority required. An ecosystem of ID holders, issuers, and verifiers can exchange data securely and efficiently. According to the Sovrin Foundation, there are twelve principles that guide the self-sovereign identity movement:
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