Accountable Digital Identity (ADI) — Trust Framework for Human Identities

  1. How can you trust entities in the ecosystem?
  2. What makes them trusted parties?
  3. How are contracts and transactions negotiated in a transparent yet accountable manner?
  4. How can we eliminate fraudulent actors in the system?
  1. Technology Specification: A draft version explaining the vision, components, and the operations that make up issuing Verifiable Credentials, verifying them and operating in a trusted framework. Read more here — https://adiassociation.github.io/ADIA-specification/ADIA-overview.html
  2. Governance Specification: A draft version explaining policies and procedures to be a participant in the ecosystem, either an Issuer, Interchange, Directory operator and so on. Read more here — https://adiassociation.github.io/ADIA-specification/ADIA-spec-governance.html
  3. Protocol Specification: A draft version explaining the message structures to communicate between participants in the ecosystem. Read more here — https://adiassociation.github.io/ADIA-specification/ADIA-protocol.html
  • ADIA Global Directory (AGD): One primary Root of Trust system with one or more distributed or delegated shared instances.
  • ADIA Regional Directory (ARD): One or more Directory Services serving a scope, such as a geopolitical region or a country. Each directory serves to uniquely identify each participant via a Digital Address or a collection of attributes.
  • Interchange: A composition of services providing foundational functionality such as Digital Address Service, Identity Escrow, Credential Broker, and Payment Broker for the entities in the ecosystem.

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