Verifiable Credentials Aren’t Credentials. And They’re Not Verifiable In the Way You Might Think.
Last summer I published a 3-part series about the similarities between verifiable credentials (VCs) and physical shipping containers:
The similarities have only become more apparent, and important, now that VCs are rapidly growing in global adoption. So it’s time for an update, including some history behind the VC name and why “verifiable” is also problematic.
It can be found at my new blog location: https://credentialmaster.com/verifiable-credentials-arent-credentials-theyre-containers/