What's in a Wallet? The recap [via Credentials Community Group]

On July 7 and 14, 2020, The CCG hosted two sessions where we asked people from inside and outside the community to answer the question, "What's in a Wallet?" You can review the meeting notes and listen to the audio below:

Tuesday July 7, 2020
Tuesday July 14, 2020

"What's in a Wallet?" as answered by...

Manu Sporny, Digital Bazaar: Wallet Architecture Diagram
Christopher Allen: Decentralized Identity Network Components
Dan Buchner: Microsoft (check the minutes.)
Kyle Kemper, SwissKey
Kaliya Identity Woman Young: CCG Glossary Group with DIF Presentation
Orie Steele, Transmute: Universal Wallet
Daniel Hardman: What goes in a Wallet?
Darrell O’Donnell: The State of Digital Wallets
Charles Cunningham, Jolocom: What's in a Wallet?
Katryna Dow, MeeCo (check the minutes.)
Nathan Tonani, Learning Economy.io: What is a Wallet?

As you can see, there are a lot of interpretations for what is in a wallet. We hope you find these presentations and perspectives mind-opening and keep in mind the desires of your end users when you develop digital identity wallets. 

Materials from this blog post taken from this github thread (shout out to Juan Caballero), & Heather Vescent's Twitter week 1 & week 2 threads.


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