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If we want to go further, we must go together.

Our goals might appear far and out of reach, but your support and passion will empower us to move past adversities and create changes in the world. So we’re here, inviting you to join us if you share our visions and are willing to make every endeavor to enhance what we’re building.

👉 Apply here!

What is the Litentry Ambassador Program?

Our Ambassador program is a one-year project that rallies support for Litentry around the globe to promote our project and to help build Litentry into a successful global brand. …


Happy New Year 🔮

Litentry team has been back to work and brings a lot of updates!

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We are excited to announce our partnership with Crust Network, an incentive layer protocol for decentralized storage, to enable cross-chain access to decentralized storage of identity data.

This partnership will create new opportunities not only for Litentry and Crust Network but also the DID community as a whole as we look to bridge the gap between decentralized storage and DID aggregation network.

Through this collaboration, we will empower DID owners to access decentralized storage of their identity data in a secure, privacy-preserved fashion. Litentry plans to provide an interface to connect the DID network to Crust’s decentralized storage protocol and allows users to securely store DID data on the Crust Network through Litentry. …


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We are excited to announce a strategic partnership with OpenSquare, an open platform for collaboration, to integrate algorithm libraries and build a decentralized operating system for personal credit computation. Through this collaboration, Litentry’s cross-chain DID aggregator will expand its cross-chain identity analysis model integrating in an innovative, decentralized Web3 credit-computing network and related tools.

In collaborative efforts, Litentry and OpenSquare aim to:


The Litentry Berlin team is already on holiday. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year everyone! 🎄

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In this article, we are introducing a DID Aggregator that provides liquidity, interoperability, and consistency for the multi-layer identity data querying based on the forming standard of Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs) v1.0 from the W3C.

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Integrating a wide range of digital identities from multiple networks.

Introduction

DID aggregation is the process of integrating a wide range of digital identities from multiple networks. Our definition of decentralized identity is conforming to the W3C standard, which specifies that “a decentralized identity is a globally unique persistent identifier that does not require a centralized registration authority because it is generated and/or registered cryptographically.” Because different decentralized systems have different DID standards, it’s critical to well integrate these standards when linking digital identities. The demand for integrated identities data is expected to largely come from decentralized applications that are fueled by personal identity data. Besides interoperability, the identifier plays a critical role in scenarios where the server requests the client for identity data, such as KYC, credit scores, or credentials, in an attempt to provide services. In the past and present, many applications require users to provide their information from third-party applications or directly track user activities to obtain the information they need. …


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Litentry’s Integration Of Ontology’s Bespoke Products Aims To Increase Adoption By 10K Users

In a bid to further common goals of bringing about greater data privacy and transparency, Litentry, the Cross-chain Idendity Aggregator based on the Polkadot network, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Ontology, a high performance, public blockchain specializing in decentralized identity and data.

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As part of the agreement, the two pioneers in decentralized identity and data management solutions will collaborate to integrate Ontology’s bespoke decentralized identity solution, DeID, and DDXF, Ontology’s decentralized data exchange and collaboration framework, into Litentry’s identity aggregation and computation system.

In line with this, Ontology will make its DeID solution, as well as OScore, the company’s proprietary decentralized credit-rating system, available to Litentry for the integration with its DID aggregation technology to generate new use cases. In time, the partnership will see Litentry build a cross-chain identity aggregator based on Polkadot, which includes an unique decentralized Web3.0 identity computation network and related tools. In joining forces, Ontology and Litentry are aiming to onboard 10,000 users to the DeID and OScore solutions, enriching aggregated Identities and targeting potential customers based in Europe, USA, Latin America and South East Asia. …


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We are delighted to see that Litentry has gained attention from a lot of communities and people in this early stage. Despite that some attention is from speculation or curiosity, we hope to correctly guide people to participate in the early stage construction of our project fairly and transparently.

Therefore, we are launching Spark, a community partnership program. In the program, we’re giving out exclusive rights and interests, as well as proposing some requirements and obligations to new joined partners.

If you are a Community Operator on any social media platform and want to participate in the construction of the Litentry network, you can now join by applying to become an early community partner of Litentry!

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