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Re: Open source projects - List? VC legislation in California

From: Oliver Terbu <oliver.terbu@spruceid.com>
Date: Mon, 4 Apr 2022 13:41:38 +0200
Message-ID: <CAP7TzjBbJ8Lw9grbf6K4UsZ=Vug57vyspa_RdWwOUy+NYVGVyw@mail.gmail.com>
To: Kaliya Identity Woman <kaliya@identitywoman.net>
Cc: Credentials Community Group <public-credentials@w3.org>
Hi Kaliya,

DIDKit is an Open Source cross-platform toolkit for issuing and verifying
W3C Verifiable Credentials with or without W3C Decentralized Identifiers
("DIDs") and of different proof types (embedded JSON-LD Proofs and external
JWT proofs) configurable across many interfaces and installable from most
major package managers.
- https://github.com/spruceid/didkit
- https://spruceid.dev/docs/

Credible is an Open Source lightweight credential wallet, demonstrating how
DIDKit can be built into a native mobile app or web wallet and ready to be
whitelabeled for a use-case-specific client application.
- https://github.com/spruceid/credible


On Mon, Apr 4, 2022 at 3:05 AM Kaliya Identity Woman <
kaliya@identitywoman.net> wrote:

> Hi CCG,
>  I am writing to see if there *is currently any known & comprehensive
> listing of known open source projects in our space. *
>  Obviously there is the Hyperledger - Aries/Ursa/Indy work.
>  So I'm not asking about that - but any other code bases. Maybe folks who
> know about code-bases / or better yet are working on developing them can
> share the links and descriptions in this thread.
> I'm trying to find good open source projects in relation to the below item
> a major privacy group asked me this question "*if you know any good tools
> and libraries that help build verified credentials. I'd like to know about
> them*."
> Among my many hats is the Chair of the Verifiable Credentials Policy
> Committee in California and we are working on getting SB-1190
> <https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=202120220SB1190>
> passed this year.  (On Tuesday last week it passed out of the Senate
> Government Operations Committee unanimously). There was a press release
> <https://sd18.senate.ca.gov/news/342022-hertzberg-announces-new-blockchain-legislation-creating-%E2%80%9Ccalifornia-trust-framework%E2%80%9D>
> about it from Senator Hertzberg in early March.
> We are heading to the California *Senate Education Committee* April 20th
> with letters of support due April 15th.
> If you are based in California and would like to help/support please reach
> directly out to me.
> If you work for a company anywhere in the world who has a budget for
> engaging with public policy around VCs and would like to financially
> support this effort please reach out me - we need $$ for this process to
> pay our lobbyist and cover expenses associated with the process.
> If this passes in California it could be really good for things in the US
> and in the world.
> - Kalyia
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