BlockCerts Wallet allows students to access verifiable, tamper-proof version of their diploma that they can share with employers, schools, family, and friends. BlockCerts Wallet partnered with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for a pilot program of issuing diplomas to a cohort of 111 graduates.
3NUM Shield is an anonymous web3 mobile number that protects a user’s identity and provides private, secure messaging.
Anonybit is a decentralized, authentication protocol based on biometric and blockchain technology.
Blockchain Lock is building the bridge to unlock doors in physical buildings using digital infrastructure. In a simplified use case, a holder of organization A’s credential can unlock partner organization B’s office door, as long as the access is granted, without invading A’s privacy.
Civic gives users and enterprises access to identity and access management (”IAM”) tools for DeFi, DAOs, or anything else on-chain.
Clover is a one-stop infrastructure platform for cross-chain and decentralized applications. CLV Wallet is a cross-chain all-in-one wallet that supports in-app messaging, asset management, seamless transfer of cryptocurrencies, and now enables users to store their verifiable credentials. CLV Wallet allows users to prove their access rights in a privacy-preserving way through ZK proofs.
OpenSea - the largest NFT marketplace - partnered with Adobe to create “Content Credentials,” a tool that allows artists to attach attribution rights directly to a piece of work on Adobe Photoshop and have that information displayed when selling their NFTs on OpenSea.
Disco is a digital identity “data backpack” where users can stash their private data in a way that they retain ownership and control of that data.
Empowa, a Mercy Corps Ventures (”MCV”) portfolio company, is a property development and NFT digital collectibles platform that aims to enable “affordable home loans for the financially excluded.” Empowa and MCV partnered to launch an affordable housing pilot project that uses retail NFT sales to create liquidity for the provision of affordable housing units.
GateKeeper is a no-code credential issuance and verification platform that enables access control management via a dashboard. GateKeeper aggregates multiple identity data points - such as Verifiable Credentials, NFTs, on-chain data and more - to simplify and customize the requirements for gating content.
LegitDoc is a platform for issuing tamper-proof digital documents. It has two current projects related to education and verifiable diplomas. First, the Maharashtra State Board of Skill Development (MSBSD) partnered with LegitDoc to issue and verify roughly 100,000 digital diplomas for students. Second, the United Network of Professionals (UNP) - an Indian e-learning platform - started to issue blockchain-native certificates to its students.
Ligero is a platform for decentralized collaboration that uses secure multiparty computation (”MPC”) and zero-knowledge proofs (”ZKPs”).
MakerDAO is a decentralized global reserve bank that created the Maker protocol that underpins its stablecoin (called “DAI”), as well as provides other functionalities (like governance).
Nodle allows smartphones to become edge nodes. Nodle has recently joined the Content Authenticity Initiative (CAI) - a movement of technologists and large companies like Adobe, Microsoft, The New York Times Co., Truepic, Qualcomm, Witness, CBC, BBC, and others that aims to address digital misinformation and content authenticity - to incorporate the CAI photo verification standards for NFTs.
Noox allows users to mint their Web3 achievements as NFTs, essentially creating online “badges.”
OpenCerts - part of Singapore’s Smart Nation initiative - enables issuance and validation of academic certificates. OpenCerts has a number of partnerships with large institutions, some academic, like the National University of Singapore and Singapore Management University.
Polygon ID, with the help of zero-knowledge proofs, lets users prove their identity without the need of exposing their private information. Polygon ID enables organizations on one side to issue verifiable credentials about users, and organizations on the other side to verify those claims.
POAP is a way to commemorate events and memories through “digital mementos.” A number of organizations and companies are already using POAPs: adidas, Vogue, ebay, Spotify, Budweiser, WNBA, Miller Lite, Github, US Open, T-Mobile, Citi, and Goldman Sachs.
Sedax is an encrypted e-KYC solution that allows users to perform KYC verification at private entities (like hotels) without exposing their ID credential. Sedax eliminates the need for physical submission of government-issued identification to limit exposure to and reduce leakage of personal data.
Synaps is a crypto-native identity verification provider and decentralized identity protocol issuer.
WalliD provides an onboarding and data verification solution by aggregating verifiable data sources and infrastructures. The aggregator brings together OAuth providers, Blockchains, Public Key Infrastructures (PKIs), DIDs, and Zero-Knowledge protocols. This allows WalliD to offer a toolkit with different suites of products that cater to the needs of WebApp, dApp developers, and users.
WiW is a privacy-preserving identity protocol that focuses on building web3 reputation & providing identity solutions by incorporating both off-chain and on-chain data.