Re: California - Verifiable Credentials

The ISO specs that are mentioned by Steve in how post  are not W3C VC based they are mdoc these are with the digital driver's license is based upon.

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I'm saying that what Steve was sharing mentioned DIDs and implied VCs.
 You seem very sure they were not referring to our specifications but I think they are.

On Thu, Dec 8, 2022 at 6:46 PM ANTHONY NADALIN <<>> wrote:
I made made no assumptions, I did not say anything about what governments are looking at, I'm stating  what the ISO specs are built up on and what the digital drivers licenses pilots are currently using.

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They mention DIDs.

So lets see if our friend Steve can ask them what they mean in that SBIR.

You are making a lot of assumptions that Governments are not looking at and interested in using VCs or having alignment between the two standards that have very different starting points. Neither of which is a complete end-to-end solution as Lucy and I discerned in our latest work.

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Where can the W3C VCs meet the ISO 18013–5 mDL? <> An open letter to the two standards communities as well as all interested parties

The EU put lots of government funding into VC projects via ESSIF Lab and EBSI and I was just in Brussels for the wrap up of ESSIF-Lab.

- Kaliya

On Thu, Dec 8, 2022 at 6:19 PM ANTHONY NADALIN <<>> wrote:
I participate in defining and implementing the ISO 22320 series and 18013-5, these are mdoc based not W3C VC based at this time. The mdoc credential is also called a "verifiable credential".

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 Really - and how do you know what it does or doesn't refer to.

 Given that USCIS will be issuing Verifiable Credentials for Green Cards in the coming months.
 I think a wallet that aligns with these standards would be a good idea.

I am guessing that this dual holding and use of both standards in a wallet is what it is referring to.

- Kaliya

On Thu, Dec 8, 2022 at 5:32 PM <<>> wrote:

I don’t think that the term “verifiable credentials” relative to drivers licenses has any reference to the W3C VC as this term is overloaded.

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Sent: Thursday, December 8, 2022 4:11 PM
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Subject: California - Verifiable Credentials


 I wanted to share more good news for California related to Verifiable Credentials in a report from the Governor called Towards Responsible Innovation<>.

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 • Government Services and Verifiable Credentials

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DMV Verifiable Credentials

The DMV is also exploring improvements to state-issued credentials. Potential use cases include taking existing forms, placards, licenses, or other physical products issued by the DMV, and enhancing and/or reinventing them by adding blockchain-based forms of fraud prevention. Digital signatures and other verification procedures could be used to ensure that issuing and tracking these types of products is safer and more efficient. In late 2022 and early 2023, the DMV anticipates proving the utility of these use cases by piloting new disabled placards, new credentials for tracking driver safety courses, and driver’s licenses.

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Explore and develop more government use cases.

The public sector may be able to utilize blockchain technology to increase efficiencies, improve access to services, and reduce costs. • GovOps will continue working with state agencies and other levels of government to identify and promote blockchain pilot programs, similar to those now underway at the DMV.

State of California Releases Interagency Web3, Crypto Asset and Blockchain Progress Report

In May 2022, Governor Gavin Newsom issued Executive Order N-9-22<> to ensure California engages early and proactively with this nascent industry with the goal of ensuring continued consumer protections, innovation, job growth, advancing equity and regulatory clarity, among other strategic outcomes.

This interagency blockchain progress report<> - authored by the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development, the Business Consumer Services and Housing Agency, the Department of Financial Protection and Innovation and the Government Operations Agency - reflects the administration's work to implement the executive order over the last seven months, beginning with stakeholder meetings that took place over the summer.

Additional administration activities included the advancement of public use cases, and progress towards regulatory clarity. This foundation of work has positioned California to accomplish the goals set forth in the Executive Order and to realize the opportunities blockchain technologies provide to our residents.

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