Validator deactivated due to the decommission of EBSI's "Early Adopters" pre-production environment on 11/21/2022
This tool analyzes your Digital Credentials issued in the EBSI/eSSIF ecosystem to determine their validity against the W3C Verifiable Credentials standard and the European Self-Sovereign Identity Framework. It is the result of BCdiploma's developments and contributions to Walt.id's Open Source SSI Kit solution, as part of the fr.EBSI project (2020-FR-IA-0099) and NGI eSSIF-Lab (agreement No 8 71932) .
This tool aims to help designers of Verifiable Credentials to validate them against the W3C VC standards aligned with the eSSIF/EBSI standard, and thus to promote the interoperability of this standard. This tool is in beta version and is constantly evolving according to the emergence of VC ecosystems, the availability of pre-production and/or production environments from these ecosystems, the BCdiploma roadmap and the Open Source contributions to the SSI Kit from Walt.id.
Below is an example of validation results before the EBSI "Early Adopters" pre-production environment was decommissioned.
BCdiploma is the technical operator for France in the fr.EBSI governmental project “France's EBSI project for 100% digital and verifiable diplomas”, led by the University of Lille. BCdiploma is also funded by the European Commission within the framework of the NGI eSSIF-Lab program for the development of a wallet for the academic world.
Currently, this service verifies VCs issued on the EBSI pre-production environment, for which it supports the verification policies: SIGNATURE / JSON_SCHEMA / TRUSTED_ISSUER_DID / TRUSTED_SUBJECT_DID / ISSUED_DATE_BEFORE / VALID_FROM_BEFORE / EXPIRATION_DATE_AFTER / REVOCATION_STATUS.
EBSI production environment support, Digital Credentials Consortium support, Wallet SSI mywallet.cloud, Gaia-X - Prometheus-X support…
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This VERIFIABLE CREDENTIAL VALIDATION SERVICE is part of a project that has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 871932
The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of BCdiploma and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the European Union.