Does decentralized identity necessarily put your privacy at risk? To answer this fundamental question, Edmund Lowell, founder of SelfKey, presented his perspective on blockchain privacy at Bitcoin Wednesday on 2 May 2018.
Edmund gave a demonstration of Selfkey’s decentralized identity solution, which allows users complete authority over their digital identity. He explained how Selfkey protects a digital identity from third party entities and does not allow sharing without the identity holder’s permission.
SelfKey is a not-for-profit foundation. It is a technology stack, which is free and open-source, and is used as a wallet that gives access to a marketplace. You keep your data in the wallet from where you can access different products and services through the marketplace. In order to use this wallet, you need a token called Key.