Re: DID Press Release Testimonials


The members of the Digital Credentials Consortium (DCC,—comprising 12 international universities—are
working together to develop new digital systems for academic credentials.
The DCC approach focuses on open standards, open processes, and developing
open source software to ensure learner agency in the use of their digital
credentials. One of the key components of these approaches is using the W3C
Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs) specification so that learners and issuers
can securely associate themselves with their credentials. The DCC has
chosen to implement DIDs along with W3C Verifiable Credentials to enable an
interoperable, verifiable, and more trustworthy exchange of digital
academic credentials.

On behalf of DCC,

Brandon Muramatsu
Associate Director, Projects
MIT Open Learning

On Fri, Jul 8, 2022 at 12:24 PM Zundel, Brent <>

> 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

Received on Friday, 15 July 2022 16:27:09 UTC