A look at all things decentralized identity and verifiable credentials. What's a distributed identifier, what's a did document, how does it all work and why do I care?
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0:00 - Introduction
0:20 - Identity in the real world
4:05 - Identity with centralized identity
7:29 - Challenges today
10:13 - Me as my own identity provider
13:00 - Attestations from an issuer
16:23 - Trusts
19:49 - The need for proof
21:13 - How we prove things with computers
26:18 - How to know it’s the right public key for an entity
27:20 - Decentralized identifier (DID)
29:12 - Requirements for a DID
31:50 - Associating DID to public key
35:00 - Solution
37:40 - How do I rotate keys? DID document
44:27 - What is a DID and how is it working
47:12 - Methods
55:45 - What really matters!
57:20 - Why is the DID so ugly
58:53 - Verifiable credentials at last
1:02:05 - Issuer, holder and verifier all together
1:16:30 - Lets see this in action
1:20:34 - Using Microsoft Entra to issue and verify
1:22:25 - How to backup and recover if lose wallet
1:23:17 - Why do we care?
1:28:10 - Some considerations as responsibilities shift
1:29:22 - Closing thoughts
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