Whether you’re an individual, organization, business, public administration, or IoT device, Jolocom’s open source protocol makes it easy to produce, share, and consume unique identity information. By using a shared universal language to underwrite our framework for identity information exchange, standardized identity transactions are finally possible.
Universal Identity Protocol
Unlike typical federated identities that resist usage outside particular applications, services, or blockchain infrastructures, decentralized identities generated using Jolocom’s protocol are designed to operate in any virtual environment. We rigorously implement open standards developed by the W3C and the DIF for decentralized identifiers (DIDs) and verifiable credentials to ensure our identities remain highly interoperable over time.
We designed our infrastructure for self-sovereign identity to accommodate all current and foreseeable demands on digital identity. Modular, lightweight, open source, and adaptable, the protocol is primed to support any transaction involving unique identity data. It’s flexible enough to support countless distinct commercial and noncommercial use cases, yet sufficiently robust to sustain implementation at scale across different industries and markets.
Our dev team is constantly iterating on the protocol.
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Take advantage of secure encryption and blockchain technology to secure your personal identity data and reduce your exposure to identity theft. Our SmartWallet allows you to control where your personal data goes and how your digital identity is used. Nobody – not even Jolocom – can access the data on your device without your permission. You decide who to share your data with and on what basis. It’s that simple.
Easily generate data representing your identity all on your own, attach meaningful information to your digital attributes, and build a reputation for your digital self. Using our open source protocol, the SmartWallet lets you request and share identity data in an automated fashion.
Easily sign in to websites and services and only share the information they really need. Once verified, you can use the same credentials to sign in to multiple different services.
Added to Decentralized Identity Foundation Universal Resolver
Integrated a DID method & Universal Resolver driver to the DIF’S Universal Resolver to support resolution of Jolocom DIDs.
Jolocom Library v2.0.0 released
Refactored the code underlying interaction flows in order to broaden the scope of applications for the library beyond SSO. Introduced flows for receiving and authenticating credentials on the library side. Added support for nested claims and custom JSON-LD contexts.
Jolocom SmartWallet v1.0.0 released
Refactored and documented a version of jolocom-lib, which encapsulates all the functionality requisite for self-sovereign identity, such as creating decentralized identifiers and verifying verifiable credentials, as well as a set of functionalities useful for services looking to implement self-sovereign identity single sign-on solutions.
Redesigned and rewrote the SmartWallet
Switched from Cordova to React Native to address performance issues, redesigned the visual user interface to align with ongoing company rebranding, and removed credential verification through Jolocom (included only for showcase purposes during previous iterations) in order to support different verification flows.
SmartWallet mobile app released for Android
Enabled functionalities that support self-sovereign identity, like creating verifiable credentials which third parties can evaluate and provide attestation for. Added support for credential-based single sign-on.
Client application and protocol development
A major architectural pivot resulting in a lightweight client application (the SmartWallet) and a protocol built with Ethereum and IPFS. The app encapsulates major functionality around self-sovereign identity management and interactions. The format of identity data is compliant with W3C open standards and the identity is based on HD key pairs.
Jolocom Identity Gateway development
A major architectural pivot resulting in development of the Jolocom Identity Gateway, which acted as the main entry point for personal data. Support for more features unique to self-sovereign identities and their interactions (e.g. the process of claim verification) soon follow.