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Credential Based Access Use Case

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Stephen CurranCloud Compass/BC
Sam CurrenSovrin
Duane JohnsonMedici Land
Ken EbertSovrin
Kyle Den
Daniel BluhmSovrin

 Alexander Blom

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Credential Access Use CaseStephen Curran

Aries RFC Process

Selection of DID Comms Related RFCs for Ratification

Sam Curren

bring over did comms related HIPEs (v1, under the knowledge that the conversation is continuing)

--- stuff we didn't get to below ---

Credential Exchange Protocol UpdateStephen Curran
DIDCom over XMPP - new draft HIPE

Oskar van Deventer (TNO)

Alexander Blom (Bloqzone)

Purpose: have DIDCom messages traverse firewalls.


-Use DID in userpart of XMPP address for better privacy?

-Fast XMPP service endpoint rotation for even more privacy?

 Peer DID discussion - updateOskar, Daniel, Kyle

 Current status:

• Understanding Peer DID (Oskar):
• Pairwise to N-Wise (Daniel):
• Use cases for n-wise (Daniel):
• Peer-DID based microledger (Oskar):

Result will be likely set of PRs to Peer DID, and possibly other HIPEs

Open Discussion

Next Week

Review of DID Comms Related RFCs

Future Topics

Action items

Call Recording

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