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Tribal DIDs=Indigenous Sovereignty

Problem

Tribal identity systems, in place for millennia, are not yet recognised by states/institutions creating national DIDs, excluding indigenous population’s pre-colonial norms, rules, rights & sovereignty

Solution

Using AtalaPrism SDK, integrate DID wallet features in Āhau, the tribal identity DApp made for, by, with Maori, indigenous people of Aotearoa (New Zealand) to enable issuance of verifiable credentials

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This is the total amount allocated to Tribal DIDs=Indigenous Sovereignty. 5 out of 5 milestones are completed.

₳ 352,800
Total funds requested
Distributed: ₳ 352,800
Remaining: ₳ 0
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₳130M
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₳109M
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Team

Deputy Chair, Executive Council of Digital Identity New Zealand, Co-founders of Āhau –Tribal Identity DApp & Digital Legal Systems Lab. Distributed system/secure scuttlebutt & Regs-as-code development expertise, Intergenerational relations with Maori across Aotearoa, New Zealand

jo allum
jo allum
Ben Tairea
Ben Tairea
Hamish Fraser
Hamish Fraser