Verifiable Credentials on the Blockchain
Chris Jagers

Hi, thank you very much for the interesting post. Can you elaborate a bit more about what you mean by ‘ benefits to solving identity and the proof of claims as separate concerns’? I am working at an insurance company and keen to have PoC on Proof Of Insurance Policy and researching what is required for proof on blockcahin to be useful. In the academic world, I see that b9labs put their blockchain course certificate on Ethereum and interesting contrast to your approach is that they put student’s ID on the certificate as compared to your certificate put certifier’s credential into the blockchain.