Stephen Curran | Chair, Board of Trustees
Sovrin Foundation

Stephen Curran, Chair, Board of Trustees, Sovrin Foundation

Stephen Curran is the Sovrin Foundation's Board of Trustees Chair, and has worked with, and volunteered at, the non-profit Foundation for the almost 7 years that the Sovrin MainNet global distributed ledger has been flawlessly operating. He leads the international Sovrin Board of Trustees in the mission of “Identity for All” by working to ensure the Sovrin MainNet, built on Hyperledger Indy, is the best governed, most technically sound, and secure root for organizations’ decentralized identity solutions. In addition to his work with Sovrin, Stephen has worked with the Government of British Columbia on open source decentralized identity software, specifications and standards for 7 years, most notably contributing to the Linux Foundation's Hyperledger Indy, Aries and AnonCreds projects. He is also a member of Hyperledger’s Technical Oversight Committee.


Identity Week Europe 2024 Day 2 @ 14:50

Sovrin: A Global Ledger for Public-Private Digital Trust Ecosystems

Participate in this session to delve into the opportunities and benefits of joining the Sovrin ecosystem.

Unleash the potential of decentralized solutions with Sovrin, a trusted foundation for secure and privacy-preserving verifiable credentials. For over seven years, the Sovrin Foundation has provided a reliable, well-managed blockchain ledger, enabling innovative self-sovereign identity (SSI) solutions and decentralized trust.

Governments, financial institutions, and stakeholders in highly regulated industries choose Sovrin for its open-source software, open standards, and governance model, ensuring accountability and trust.

Sovrin's tech stack is meticulously architected to prioritize privacy, transparency, agency, autonomy, and integrity in digital transactions. Interoperable with Hyperledger Indy networks, supporting diverse DID methods, and offering seamless interactions with other decentralized identity networks, Sovrin fosters a vibrant and interconnected ecosystem.

Discover real-world success stories, such as the Government of British Columbia's use of Sovrin for supply chains and verifiable credentials for practicing lawyers, showcasing how these credentials contribute to the digital economy.

Identity Week Europe 2024 Day 2 @ 15:30

Panel: Decentralised identity

  • Prioritise storage and anonymity with decentralised ID 
  • Investigate decentralised applications across a variety of verticals 
last published: 12/Jun/24 07:15 GMT

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