Integrate CodeB into Auth0 as Enterprise Connection

The Self-Sovereign Identity System of CodeB does not only support W3C DID’s but comes also with an inbuilt OpenID Connect (OIDC) Identity Provider. OpenID Connect meets distributed Self-Sovereign Identities. Integration of the Identity Provider into existing systems is extremely easy. In this article we use Auth0 as an example: Go to: Authentication -> Enterprise Connections -> … Read more

Principal Account

To be able to carry out blockchain transactions you need a public-/private keypair. The hash of the public key is the address and also called principal account. Mnemonic Phrase A mnemonic phrase aids information retention or retrieval (remembering) in the human memory. In connection with a principal account the Mnemonic Phrase is a list of … Read more

Realtime Session2Session Communication

As the blockchain and also distributed storage systems are immutable they seem in many cases not the best way for point2point message transfers. Even though messages should be always encrypted they will remain in the chain. For that reason we introduced a Realtime Session2Session protocol bases on our Websocket Interface and JSON Messages. This protocol … Read more

Create DID Document

Decentralized identifiers (DIDs) are a new type of identifier that enable verifiable, decentralized digital identities. A DID identifies any subject (e.g., a person, organization, thing, data model, abstract entity, router, switch, contract, etc.) that the controller of the DID decides that it identifies. You might need a DID Document also to send it to your … Read more

Create Self-Sovereign Identity

Everything is an identity. Be it a natural or legal person, a switch, a router, a contract, etc. This means identities are at the core of each and every interaction. While the required level of trust between identities can vary from one interaction to another, the necessity to exchange it in a secure and privacy … Read more