Sovrin

Sovrin

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Internet a été conçu à l’origine pour une chose: permettre aux machines de communiquer entre elles. Par conséquent, les machines ont une identité sur Internet, mais pas les gens. Cela entrave la communication et la confiance tout en ajoutant une complexité énorme, coûtant des centaines de milliards de dollars chaque année à l'économie mondiale.
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Token Sale
1 août 2018
31 août 2018
100% terminé
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Sur Sovrin

La Fondation Sovrin est un organisme international à but non lucratif du secteur privé qui a été créé pour gérer le premier réseau mondial d’identité autonome (SSI). Internet manque d'une couche d'identité sécurisée qui nous coûte actuellement des centaines de milliards de dollars chaque année. La Fondation Sovrin montre au monde que lorsque nous contrôlons nos propres identités, de nombreuses possibilités excitantes et libératrices sont à portée de main.

Fournir une solution durable à l’identité globale nécessite des efforts importants et une planification minutieuse. La Fondation Sovrin a pour vocation de fournir la gouvernance humaine et les cadres de confiance nécessaires pour établir des règles de base et assurer l’intégrité du réseau. Pour être efficace dans cette tâche, la Fondation Sovrin a été conçue pour instaurer la confiance par la transparence, la diffusion et la neutralité.

La Fondation Sovrin a délibérément invité les membres du conseil d'administration à représenter les compétences de nombreux secteurs et régions, en veillant à ce que des intérêts spéciaux & ndash; qu’il soit commercial, gouvernemental ou autre & ndash; n'influence pas indûment les décisions. Notre intention est de mettre au point un processus permettant au conseil d’administration élu d’être représentatif des personnes et des organisations qui possèdent une identité sur le réseau Sovrin. En outre, le comité de gouvernance technique supervisera l’évolution du code source ouvert géré par chaque nœud.

La Fondation Sovrin est une organisation à but non lucratif. Nous ne possédons pas réellement le réseau & ndash; personne ne ressemble beaucoup à Internet. Le réseau Sovrin est public: tout le monde peut avoir une identité Sovrin. Les individus et les organisations possèdent et contrôlent leur identité. Le réseau Sovrin est autorisé: l'infrastructure permettant de parvenir à un consensus sur les transactions d'identité est fournie par des agents de surveillance soigneusement contrôlés et autorisés qui possèdent et exploitent de manière indépendante leurs nœuds sur le réseau. Celles-ci se combinent pour former un système de freins et de contrepoids qui crée la confiance par l'action plutôt que par des promesses.

Nous sommes la fondation Sovrin.

Activité

Suiveurs:
8 108
HIGH
Tweets:
4 450
VERY HIGH
Croissance de 30 jours:
61

Sovrin Équipe

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Attention. Il y a un risque que les membres non vérifiés ne soient pas réellement membres de l'équipe

Rondle Amstutz
Vice Chairman, Sovrin Foundation; Executive Vice P...
non vérifié
Phillip Windley, Ph....
Chairman and President, Sovrin Foundation; Office...
non vérifié
Drummond Reed
Secretary, Sovrin Foundation; Chief Trust Officer,...
non vérifié
Tim Brown
VP of IT Innovation Research and Development, USAA
non vérifié
Mawaki Chango, Ph.D.
Founder & Managing Director, DigiLexis Consulting
non vérifié
Heather Dahl
CEO & Author, CynjaTech
non vérifié
Jason Law
Chair of Technical Governance Board, Sovrin Founda...
non vérifié
Bram Neuteboom
Co-Founder, Qiy Foundation
non vérifié
Antti Poikola
Researcher at Aalto University, Founding Member of...
non vérifié
Joyce Searls
Co-Founder, Searls Group
non vérifié
Kazue Sako, Ph.D.
Senior Engineer, NEC
non vérifié
Bryan Pon
Research Director, Caribou Digital. Chair, Identit...
non vérifié
Peter Simpson
Founder & Director, iRespond
non vérifié
Daniel Hardman
Secretary of TGB, Sovrin Foundation; VP Engineerin...
non vérifié
Manu Sporny
Founder & CEO, Digital Bazaar
non vérifié
Dave Longley
Co-Founder & CTO, Digital Bazaar
non vérifié
John Best
CEO, Best Innovation Group
non vérifié
Markus Sabadello
Founder & CEO, Danube Tech; Co-Chair, OASIS XDI Te...
non vérifié
Samuel M. Smith, Ph....
Founder, ProSapien LLC; Founder, Xaltry
non vérifié
Susan Bradford
TGB Facilitator
non vérifié
Jan Camenisch
Principal Research Staff Member, IBM
non vérifié

Sovrin Dernières nouvelles

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icoscoring.com
ICO review website

The main competitors of Sovrin are KYC platforms, such as Coinfirm, KYC Legal, Civic.

The Core product was developed by Evernym, not by Sovrin. Evernym - the company predecessor of Sovrin - started working on a blockchain solution for self-sovereign identity in 2015. Evernym has existed for several years and is already working with clients like The US Department of Homeland Security, R3, the country of Finland (through the MyData initiative), and a number of leading global financial institutions including the entire U.S. credit union industry. It has a fully up and running business development function staffed by senior professionals in both North America and Europe. 

Sovrin will form a marketplace where any source of trust—from a government to a family—can be exchanged for value. And those who have earned that trust—the identity owners—can now benefit from the ability to transfer that trust to other relationships. Verifiers, for their part, can now take advantage of a vastly expanded marketplace for trust information—a marketplace in which issuers are constantly competing to fill any “trust gaps.”

The token metrics have not been yet disclosed and will be available by the public sale announcement. Most of the team members had corporate careers and do not have previous startup experience. The core team members do not have blockchain experience.

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cryptocalibur
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Size of Potential Market
While there appears to be a high number of projects trying to address the area of decentralized identity management, there is still a sizeable market for the Sovrin team to target, and they may not face as much direct competition as might first be expected from smaller projects such as Remme and Verime. The high number of operators in the digital management sector illustrates that it is one of the more viable use cases for blockchain technology and any project that provides a secure platform that gains a significant amount of adoption can be expected to appreciate considerably in value.
In addition, the team state that a worldwide standard format for digital credentials should have a far-ranging impact, and to be truly universal, a blockchain for SSI must operate as a global public utility. Therefore the scope of the project is huge as the team attempt to influence the tech world in the same way as standardized network packets enabled the Internet, and standardized hypertext pages enabled the Web. Sovrin envisions a world where standardized digital credentials enable a global ecosystem of credential issuers, owners, and verifiers.
Furthermore, the team quote the World Bank’s 2017 ID4D (Identity for Development) “Counting the Uncounted” census, and declare that one seventh of the world’s population has no legal identity today. As a result, Sovrin is attempting to build a self sovereign identity solution that will be implemented all over the world.

Transparency
The Sovrin whitepaper focuses on the reasons behind the project and the technological solutions, and commercial opportunities that surround the project. With regards to transparency, the whitepaper is lacking in certain areas, as there is no information on token metrics or any team members. However, these issues are addressed in other documents or made public online.

Technology
The whitepaper covers a number of key technological aspects including how the Sovrin system is built around a purpose-built blockchain and incorporates DIDs, verifiable credentials, and zero knowledge proofs.

Vision
The team seem to be entirely focussed on achieving results in real time, and by drawing attention to the Alliance and Foundation; they appear to be working toward their goal of adding to their collection of early adopters and stewards.

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analysis

Market Competitive environment:
Project aims to work on several markets with strong teams, well funded companies and polished infrastructure:
Identity and Access Management - $8 billion (Orbis Research);
Cybersecurity - $86 billion (Gartner);
RegTech - $70 billion (Let’s Talk Payments);
Data Integration - $6 billion (Markets and Markets).
Direct competitors in the blockchain sector:
Civic - raised - $33M, capitalization – $64,1M, ROI USD - 1,83x;
Ontology – raised amount is not disclosed, capitalization – $595M, ROI USD – 19,69x;
TheKey – raised $22M, capitalization – $42,8M, ROI USD 0,26x;
SelfKey – raised $21,7M, capitalization – $34,9M, ROI USD 1,01x.
But Sovrin has strong plans for how to reach goals on each market. And with the current team the possibility to achieve goals is high.

The project advantages:
Well developed technology;
Strong team;
On the blockchain will be stored only DIDs (not private data like passport, driver ID, etc.);
Step forward for the global digitalization;
Parties, who will manage credentials (HRs, users themselves, etc.) will be rewarded for their work with Sovrin token;

SOCIAL ACTIVITY
The project popularity in the social networks and discussion forums
The project is detected on the radar of influencer Ian Balina.
Twitter: 5,1k followers, average number of likes per post is 10, average number of retweets per post is 4, average number of comments under the post is 1, user activity is low.
Medium: 499 followers, the average number of likes per post is 70 without any discussion in the comment section, user activity is low.
Telegram (chat): 14,7k members, admins on the Telegram-channel are responding slowly, user activity is medium and looks natural.
Telegram (announcement channel): 3,9k followers, there are only 2 posts, that was made this year, the last post was in March

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Strength and Opportunities:
Blockchain technology is very well suited for this use case, because it helps to avoid data breaches. Sensitive data is no longer stored in a centralized database at the supplier of a service or at a large software company such as Facebook and Google. People and economies can be better protected from the effects of cybercrime. Sovrin wants to provide a digital identity for those who do not yet have any type of identity. Sovrin’s mission is to provide a cheap and accessible identity for everyone. This enables Sovrin to deliver a solution targeted especially for people in developing countries.
Weaknesses and Threats:
Building blockchain based digital identities is one of the trending topics in cryptocurrency. Hence there is a lot of competition in the field. uPort and Endpass are solutions build for Ethereum. TheKey is an identity verification solution for the Neo platform. On top there are other independent platforms such as selfkey.org. The examples mentioned are just a few and not a complete list. There is a lot of competition in this space. Obviously there is a need for an identity management solution on the blockchain, but it will be difficult to dominate this market. A part of the executive team seems to be either very recent in this position or has substantial other responsibilities. This may negatively impact the execution of the project.
Verdict:
Sovrin is already at an advanced staged compared to most other projects at the ICO stage. It is clearly visible that there is a necessity for the service that Sovrin is providing. However, investors in the Sovrin ICO need to consider the strong competition in the field. In 2018 it is not yet possible to foresee which blockchain based identity management solution will be the dominant one in the future.

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