Introduction

Welcome to Trinsic

Trinsic is the proof of anything platform. We make it easy for people and organizations to prove things about themselves with technology instead of paper documents. Our software is based on Decentralized IdentifiersDecentralized Identifiers - A kind of identifier that is controlled by its subject (or assigns) and doesn't depend on a centralized registry, identity provider, or certificate authority. Each organization created in the Trinsic platform has a public DID written to the network it's setup on. Connections leverage pairwise, private DIDs to facilitate message exchange. Learn more at the Decentralized Identifiers W3C Spec Abstract. (DIDs) and Verifiable CredentialsVerifiable Credentials - A credential is a set of attributes about someone or something. Typically, credentials are digital versions of physical licenses, cards, documents, or certificates, but they can represent all kinds of abstract data. They are based on the W3C VC Data Model. (VCs), a new digital identity standard. We use the open-source Hyperledger Aries project, to which we are a primary contributor.

With Trinsic, organizations and their customers share data between each other in a trustworthy, standardized, and privacy-preserving way. Customer authentication becomes frictionless. And data verification is instantaneous.

We make all of this possible through the exchange of verified data contained within Verifiable CredentialsVerifiable Credentials - A credential is a set of attributes about someone or something. Typically, credentials are digital versions of physical licenses, cards, documents, or certificates, but they can represent all kinds of abstract data. They are based on the W3C VC Data Model.. These credentials are carried on an individual's device, and people can easily share them with others to prove things about themselves anywhere.

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Getting started

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Our Products

Trinsic Core

A set of lightweight APIs for implementing digital trust.

Credentials API

The Credentials API gives you the ability to spin up enterprise agents hosted on our servers but controlled by you. These enterprise agents are capable of managing complex workflows related to DIDs (contacts/ConnectionConnection - A connection is a peer-to-peer relationship using a pairwise key exchange. It is the most secure way to offer, issue, and verify credential. The process of establishing connections is described in Aries RFC 0023: DID Exchange Protocol 1.0.s) and VCs (credential issuance, RevocationRevocation - Revocation is the act of an issuer invalidating a credential they've issued. The holder of the credential isn't notified and the credential can still be used. However, when it's used, the holder will be unable to prove it hasn't been revoked. This is similar to when a driver's license is revoked due to driving under the influence; although the holder of the credential can't use it to drive a vehicle, they still might use it to prove that they are over 21, for example (as long as the verifier is OK that it's revoked!)., VerificationVerification - A verification is the general term used by Trinsic to describe the act of verifying or checking the legitimacy of a credential (or a proof). Our products abstract away a lot of this complexity, but the protocol we use under the hood is described in the Aries RFC 0037: Present Proof Protocol 1.0 and is summarized as follows: 1. Propose proof (optional) 2. Proof request 3. Proof presentation 4. Ack (optional), etc).

This is our flagship product because VC IssuanceIssuance - An issuance is the action of sending a credential from one party to another. Trinsic's products make the process simple. Under the hood, it uses Aries RFC 0036: Issue Credential Protocol 1.0, which can be summarized in the following steps: 1. Propose credential (optional) 2. Offer credential 3. Request credential 4. Issue credential 5. Ack (optional) and verification are at the core of every SSI use case. In addition, our competitors are charging an arm and a leg for these credentials, so our providing this service at a fraction of the cost is a huge competitive advantage for us from a growth perspective. Most of the users utilizing the Agency Feature will be building verification use cases. Currently, almost every user does both issuance and verification.

Check out the documentation of this API here.

Wallet API

The Wallet API provides an organization the ability to act as a custodian of its users' WalletWallet - Software that securely stores credentials. It also stores identifiers, proofs, messages, and other information exchanged between two agents.s. This API lets you create cloud agents that can hold credentials, make connections, and respond to incoming messages like proof requests.

Check out the documentation of this API here.

Trinsic Ecosystems

An enterprise-grade product for building digital trust ecosystems.

Provider API

The Provider API is a Trinsic product that gives you your own AgencyAgency - An agency is a service that creates agents on your behalf. The Provider API gives developers their own agency that they can use to provide SSI capabilities to their stakeholders., enabling you to become an SSI provider to your stakeholders. It is authenticated to using a secret key accessible via the Trinsic Studio. Its primary functions are to create, delete, and manage OrganizationOrganization - An organization is a Trinsic-hosted agent controlled by a legal entity and provisioned with the capability to engage in credential issuance and verification. It is synonymous with tenant in the Trinsic platform.s.

Check out the documentation of this API here.

Trinsic Studio

A general-purpose dashboard for interacting with all of Trinsic's products.

Sign up for a free Trinsic Studio account here.

Wallet SDK

An SDK for easily embedding digital wallet capabilities into any web, mobile, desktop, or in-person experience.

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