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Trusted Digital Web: DID Credential

From the Trusted Digital Web whitepaper…

DID CredentialsCredentials

For a deeper understanding of Universal Digital Identifiers, Universal Digital Identities, and the Trusted Digital Web, checkout the Trusted Digital Web: Whitepaper.

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Trusted Digital Web: Trust Levels for Universal DIDs

Two of the key concepts in the Trusted Digital Web are:

  • Universal Digital Identifiers and Universal Digital Identities have varying, discernible Trust Levels, and
  • Data Notarization

Levels of Trust-Universal DIDs

Data Registry

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Trusted Digital Web: Whitepaper [Version 0.66 Final Version]

Click here to download the whitepaper:

NOTE: The glossaries can be found in Appendices B and C and D of the whitepaper.

Click here for a video introduction to the Trusted Digital Web (first 3 videos).

Revision History

  • Version 0.50 – original preview draft version
  • Version 0.52 – minor revisions, new definitions for Workflow and Business Process
  • Version 0.56 – new definitions: Levels of Universal Trust, Controllers (including Self-Controller), added XML Notepad as an additional open source project
  • Version 0.57 – new definitions: Trust Levels, Data Registry, and Data Notary.
  • Version 0.58 – new definitions: DID Credential and DID Document
  • Version 0.60 – new Appendix E – Trusted Digital Web Communication Protocols (including the addition of didttp: (DID Trusted Transport Protocol))
  • Version 0.61 – clarification of didttp: (DID Trusted Transport Protocol) wire format
  • Version 0.62 – clarification of the didttp: Data Registry
  • Version 0.63 – addition of didttps: (Secure DID Trusted Transport Protocol)
  • Version 0.64 – clarification/correction: A (minimal) Credential has a Claim named id
  • Version 0.66 – minor updates and reorganization of the glossaries

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Trusted Digital Web Whitepaper: Glossary Appendices [Preview Draft]

Click here (to download the whitepaper): Trusted Digital Web: Whitepaper [Preview Draft] (PDF).

The current version of the glossaries can be found in Appendices B and C.

Trusted Digital Web-Glossary-2019 0.40-published

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Technology Adoption Models: A Comprehensive Guide

This article documents more than 20 technology adoption models that the author has encountered over his 45+ year career …some models that he didn’t realize he knew about ;-).  Here they there are, in no particular order.

NOTE: Each model progresses from left-to-right along an unspecified timeline.  The implication is that it is possible to superimpose two or more models on top of each other for deeper understanding and for creating more tangible, more illustrative, depictions of your corporate, product, and project strategies.

An example is: Model 10. Technology Adoption Lifecycle illuminated by the Gartner Hype Cycle.

Technology Adoption Models

NOTE: Click on any of the figures to enlarge them.

Model 1. Crossing the Chasm: Technology Adoption Lifecycle

1. Crossing the Chasm-Technology Adoption Lifecycle

Model 2a. Social Evolution: Creation of Nation State

A #wanderer is someone who leaves their tribe to share their knowledge and wisdom with others; to later form a party of explorers to explore and conquer a common set of goals; and, even further on, create a clan, a band, a tribe, and a tribal society, a group of people who live and work together – a group of tribes organized around kinships.

2a. Social Evolution-Creation of a Nation State

Model 2b. Social Evolution: Defining Principles

A #wanderer is someone who leaves their tribe to share their knowledge and wisdom with others; to later form a party of explorers to explore and conquer a common set of goals; and, even further on, create a clan, a band, a tribe, and a tribal society, a group of people who live and work together – a group of tribes organized around kinships.

2b. Social Evolution-Defining Principles

Model 2c. Social Evolution: Self-Sovereignty Political Spectrum

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Model 2d. Social Evolution: Driving Change (ADKAR)

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Model 3. Phases of Foundational Technology Adoption

3. Phases of Foundational Technology Adoption

Model 4. Phases of Desire and Action

4. Phases of Desire and Action

Model 5. Phases of Understanding

5. Phases of Understanding

Model 6. Classic Enterprise Solution Sales and Adoption Lifecycle

6. Classic Enterprise Solution Sales and Adoption Lifecycle

Model 7. ICRVA (I CRaVe A) Process

7. ICRVA (I CRaVe A) Process

Model 8. Three-letter Words

8. Three-Letter Words

Model 9. Gartner Hype Cycle

9. Gartner-Hype Cycle

Model 10. Technology Adoption Lifecycle illuminated by the Gartner Hype Cycle

10. TAC-Hype Cycle

Model 11. World Wide Web Consortium (W3C): Tenth Anniversary

11. World-Wide Web Consortium (W3C)-Tenth Anniversary

Model 12. Systems Co-existence and Migration

12. Systems Co-existence and Migration

Model 13. Embrace, Extend, and Extinguish

13. Embrace-Extend-Extinguish

Model 14. Take-off Velocity (v2)

14. Takeoff Velocity-v2

Model 15. From Mainframe to Blockchain

15. From Mainframe to Blockchain-header

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Model 16. Progressive Improvement through Continuous Transformation

16. Progressive Improvement through Continuous Transformation

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Model 17. Liedtka-Ogilvie Design Thinking Modelf0c4ccea6b32d4fa772046d3646d0ff0Model 18. CB-Insights NExTT Framework

CB-Insights NExTT Framework

Model 19. O’Donnell Exponential Growth Model

19. DarrelO-Exponential

Model 20. O’Donnell-Gartner Exponential Hype Cycle

20. DarrelO-HypeCycle

Model 21. Technical Intensity (video)

Technology Intensity

References

[Model 1] Crossing the Chasm: Marketing and Selling High-Tech Products to Mainstream Customers (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crossing_the_Chasm)

[Model 2a] Michael Herman (https://www.linkedin.com/in/mwherman/)

[Model 2b] Michael Herman (https://www.linkedin.com/in/mwherman/)

[Model 2c] Michael Herman (https://www.linkedin.com/in/mwherman/)

[Model 2d] Michael Herman (https://www.linkedin.com/in/mwherman/) and ADKAR Change Management Model (https://www.prosci.com/adkar/adkar-model_

[Model 3] Phases of Foundational Technology Adoption (https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/blockchain-foundational-technology-michael-herman/)

[Model 4] Michael Herman (https://www.linkedin.com/in/mwherman/)

[Model 5] Michael Herman (https://www.linkedin.com/in/mwherman/)

[Model 6] Michael Herman (https://www.linkedin.com/in/mwherman/)

[Model 7] How We Think About How We Work (https://hyperonomy.com/2016/05/09/how-do-we-think-about-how-we-work/)

[Model 8] Unknown (with apologizes from the author)

[Model 9] Gartner Hype Cycle (https://www.gartner.com/en/research/methodologies/gartner-hype-cycle)

[Model 10] Gartner Hype Cycle (https://www.gartner.com/en/research/methodologies/gartner-hype-cycle) and Michael Herman (https://www.linkedin.com/in/mwherman/)

[Model 11] World Wide Web Consortium (W3C): Timeline Graphic (https://www.w3.org/2005/01/timelines/description)

[Model 12] Microsoft Corporation (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Embrace,_extend,_and_extinguish)

[Model 13] Unknown (with apologizes from the author)

[Model 14] Unknown (with apologizes from the author)

[Model 15] Medium.com: From mainframes to blockchains. How to look at the future. (https://medium.com/@ben_longstaff/my-framework-for-how-to-look-at-the-future-of-blockchain-719f4243491f)

[Model 16] How We Think About How We Work (https://hyperonomy.com/2016/05/09/how-do-we-think-about-how-we-work/)

[Model 17] Designing for Growth: A Design Thinking Tool Kit for Managers (http://www.designingforgrowthbook.com/)

[Model 18] CB-Insights NExTT Framework (https://www.cbinsights.com/)

[Model 19 and 20] Darrell O’Donnell. The Current and Future State of Digital Wallets (https://www.continuumloop.com/standards-digitalwallet-part-11-16/).

[Model 20] Gartner Hype Cycle (https://www.gartner.com/en/research/methodologies/gartner-hype-cycle) and Michael Herman (https://www.linkedin.com/in/mwherman/)

[Model 21] Vision Keynote with Satya Nadella | Microsoft Ignite 2019 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnUiJi4hts4)

Resources

  1. Phases of Foundational Technology Adoption (https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/blockchain-foundational-technology-michael-herman/)

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Business Choreography and the #TrustedDigitalWeb

1. Business Choreography Segment – Trusted Digital Web webcast

Business Choreography Segment (1 minute)
Trusted Digital Web / Hyperonomy Business Blockchain / NEO-NATION: Annual Report 2019

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2. Business and Service Choreography Discussion – Twitter

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#Composition speaks to the #concentration or #centralization of value, assets, and processes. #Choreography is about the interplay that takes place #naturally between #decentralized value, assets, and processes. #TrustedDigitalWeb #iDIDit

 

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#Service #Choreography: the idea underlying the notion of service choreography can be summarized as follows:

“Dancers dance following a global scenario without a single point of control”

Wikipedia: Service Choreography

 

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Social Evolution and Technology Adoption

Michael Herman (Toronto/Calgary/Seattle)
Hyperonomy Business Blockchain Project / Parallelspace Corporation
April, 2019

A #wanderer is someone who leaves their tribe to share their knowledge and wisdom with others; to later form a party of explorers to explore and conquer a common set of goals; and, even further on, create a clan, a band, a tribe, and a tribal society, a group of people who live and work together – a group of tribes organized around kinships.

Social Evolution

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Figure 1. Social Evolution of Policies, Procedures, Processes, and Technologies

Social Evolution and The Technology Adoption Life Cycle

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Figure 2. Social Evolution and The Technology Adoption Life Cycle

References

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