Decentralized Identifier Working Group - Publications
This document specifies the DID syntax, a common data model, core properties, serialized representations, DID operations, and an explanation of the process of resolving DIDs to the resources that they represent.
This document serves as an official registry for all known global parameters, properties, and values used by the Decentralized Identifier ecosystem.
This rubric presents a set of criteria which an Evaluator can apply to any DID Method based on the use cases most relevant to them. We avoid reducing the Evaluation to a single number because the criteria tend to be multidimensional and many of the possible responses are not necessarily good or bad. It is up to the Evaluator to understand how each response in each criteria might illuminate favorable or unfavorable consequences for their needs.
This document provides guidance to DID method developers, related to serialization, cryptographic primitive selection, governance, and interoperability.
This document defines the production and consumption rules for a CBOR representation for DID Documents [DID-CORE].
This document sets out use cases and requirements for a new type of identifier.