EU Digital Identity

A Web 3.0 Strategy for Accelerating Europe's Digital Economy

As they announced here the EU is making progress towards the implementation of their Digital ID scheme.

The framework for a European digital identity (eID) aims to ensure universal access for people and businesses to secure and trustworthy electronic identification and authentication by means of a personal digital wallet on a mobile phone.
Advocates believe it will deliver great benefit for citizens and businesses, making it easier to access public services and streamlining online commerce. The European Commission believes a single digital gateway could save Europeans up to 855,000 hours of their time annually and companies more than EUR 11 billion per year.
Critics believe it represents a dark dystopian future with severe implications for privacy, the stuff of Orwellian nightmares – a step towards mass surveillance and control.

Our guide sets out to explore a balanced, thought provoking analysis of these arguments, a detailed documentation of the technical standards and accompanying vendor solutions guide.


ZealiD is an example of a vendor implementing the eIDAS system, complying with the standards to be recognized as an EU Qualified Trust Service Provider.
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