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#didtalk Breakout session summary

From: Helen Garneau <helen@sovrin.org>
Date: Wed, 18 Sep 2019 14:12:48 +0900
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Not sure if someone sent this along or how to go about submitting a session summary but thought I’d send this just in case it is needed. Thanks


The “Non-technical Discussion” on Decentralized identifiers and Self-Sovereign Identity breakout session resulted in a greater understanding in the need to identify the participants in baseline conversations about DIDs, examples of successful examples and metaphors, and a collection of tips to help guide initial conversations outside of the DID community. Verifiable Credentials were identified as a key part of the explanation that leads to DIDs and help describe the technology to individuals with a variety of technology backgrounds and fluency. The value and benefits of DIDs should be augmented depending on messaging needs in particular communication instances.
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