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Introduction to the Truvity Platform

Truvity is on a mission to redefine how trust is established, making it instantaneous and reliable. We understand that the internet was built without a solid layer of trust, creating challenges in building relationships and conducting business.

Trust is woven into the very fabric of everyday life. It serves as the foundation for both business and social interactions. It underpins our ability to build connections and achieve common goals.

To accomplish this, Truvity leverages and expands upon the trust triangle concept, adapting it to the digital world. This entails adopting established industry standards such as Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs), Digital Wallets, Verifiable Credentials (VCs), and Verifiable Presentations for individuals and businesses. These components work together to establish, prioritize, and build trust within the digital landscape.

From a technical standpoint, the Truvity Platform offers API endpoints and SDKs designed to facilitate the management of Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs), credentials, connections, and exchanges between various parties. These functionalities adhere to the principles of Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) standards, ultimately empowering businesses with the capability for seamless interoperability.

You can check how SSI specifications connect throughout our Wallet and Widget (coming soon) guides. The Wallet SDK is a set of API tools that permit you to manage the digital wallets and credentials lifecycle. The Widget SDK, provides a set of UI and API tools through which you can display and manage the credentials.