RE: DID Press Release Testimonials

Hi Brent,

Here's GS1's testimonial:

GS1 believes that DIDs, and the closely related technologies around Verifiable Credentials, are likely to make a very substantial difference to the level of trust in the data that underpins supply chains. We therefore welcome the transition of the DID-Core to Recommendation status. We are working on a number of initiatives involving national accreditation agencies, governments and industry partners around the world and GS1 will continue to be an active member of the community developing and testing these standards at W3C.

Phil Archer, Web Solutions Director, GS1 Global Office


On 08 July 2022 17:22, Zundel, Brent wrote:
This message is to inform the DID WG and CCG that the W3C intends to write a press release.
To that end, we are seeking testimonials about Decentralized Identifiers. For an example of the sort of thing we're looking for, please see:

The testimonials may be submitted as a reply to this email. The deadline for submission is July 15th.

Thank you,

Brent Zundel, co-chair DID WG

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