The DID Report 1: The First Official W3C DID Working Group Meeting (Japan)- Drummond Reed/Markus Sabadello – Webinar 36

Webinar 36 DID Report 1 Drummond and Markus

The DID Report 1 about the First Meeting of the New W3C DID Working Group with Drummond Reed, co-author of the W3C DID specification, and Markus Sabadello from Danube Tech. Headline news in SSI land: this month W3C members approved forming a full W3C Working Group for Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs).

DID spec co-author Drummond Reed has been in Fukuoka Japan for the first official meeting of this new Working Group and he will share highlights of the meeting and the roadmap for taking DIDs to a full Web standard.

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