Learn about content authenticity, why it remains a pressing issue, and a proof-of-concept to demonstrate a potential solution.
The Single-Player Ready (SPR) app architecture allows users to maintain control over their data while also participating in a larger network of related content. It has applications including even sensitive information that should first and foremost be under the user's control.
At Spruce, our core drive revolves around a world where users have full control over their identity and data in their digital interactions. What does it take to create a user-friendly "self-eject button" from applications on the internet?
Self-sovereign identity gives users the ability to store and manage their own identity and data online. This new identity layer of the internet will fundamentally shift the relationship that users have with the applications and services they interact with.
Digital credentials and self-sovereign identity have the potential to revolutionize the healthcare industry by providing a more secure and efficient way to store and share important health information.
In order to make decentralized identity more accessible, we’ve put together a quick-start guide to the different acronyms that are commonly used in the blog posts, articles, and other resources you may be reading focusing on the future of decentralized identity.
Spruce’s continued mission is to let users control their data across the web, whether it’s web2, web3, or beyond. This also applies to credentials issued by existing entities, such as the Mobile Driver License (mDL) issued by motor vehicle authorities across the world.