Daniel is an early and vocal proponent of decentralised identity.
He contributed to the W3C standards for verifiable credentials and decentralised identifiers, he is a key inventor of DIDComm, and he also was one of the original authors of the Trust Over IP Stack. He is a Hyperledger Global Ambassador and chairs the Concepts and Terminology Working Group at TOIP as well as the Technical Governance Board of the Sovrin Foundation. Daniel is known as an advocate for privacy and financial inclusion. He currently works at SICPA, exploring the technical and business dimensions of digital cash. Prior to his assignment at SICPA, Daniel worked in cybersecurity, machine learning, and supercomputers, including roles as a CTO, CISO, software architect, researcher, and founder of a startup.