Decentralized Identifier (DID)

    A decentralized identifier (DID) is a type of digital identification commonly found on public blockchain networks. DIDs, once established, enable users to verify and use their identities without the need for a centralized authority, an identity provider, or other related third parties. This is accomplished by using an identity wallet, which employs key-pair cryptography to verify a person’s identity. The ability to create separate DIDs that share specific data with specific online entities is an intriguing application of DIDs. You could, for example, verify your nationality without disclosing your name or date of birth (DOB).