I'm working on a project that requires the use of verifiable credentials, and I'm looking to build a wallet that can store and manage these credentials according to the W3C standard. However, I'm trying to avoid using a blockchain for this purpose. Are there any alternative technologies or approaches that I could use to implement a W3C-compliant verifiable credentials wallet? I'm open to any suggestions or recommendations that you might have.

  • We need to know the reason you’re avoiding using a block chain. Alternatives might have the same problem. Dec 26, 2022 at 23:47

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Hashgraph: is a good alternative technology to blockchains. it is fast, secure, and efficient DLT. And Hedera can help you with it, they offer Crypto, token, consensus, file, and smart contract services using the hashgraph consensus algorithm with decent documentation. And they have +100 open source Repositories on their Github.

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