Tokenization could play a critical part in enabling more equitable value creation for people, organisations and things by providing the means to issue and store value, trace provenance, and most importantly achieve consensus to instantly trust.
However, in order for this tokenized world to emerge, we first need the infrastructure for people and their digital twins to participate. This will include a trusted digital identity and the means to be verified, present credentials, transact and pay.
With the rise of Verified Credentials, Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT) and crypto markets at an all time high, this world of tomorrow is very much becoming part of our everyday. This coupled with the move by the United Kingdom, China, Canada and the European Union to explore centrally backed digital currencies (CBDC) signals a shift towards a convergence of our digital lives and financial regulation.
This session focuses on what is what is emerging in the rapidly changing tokenized world and how that is beginning to impact the Identity landscape. Topics include decentralised identity, tokenomics, micropayments, governance, recovery, treasury, progressive disclosure and consent.