In earlier articles, I discussed what a shared digital identity can do as well as which organizations are the right starting point to adopt a solution for digital identity built using blockchain technology.

In the market today, we see a number of solutions that speak to the concept of self-sovereign identity – and how this will achieve the goals of a single privacy-preserving shared digital identity that is controlled by the user. However, a shared digital identity solution needs to be much more than just the blockchain and the smart contracts that can be run on the blockchain. In fact, most of these solutions are not engineered for enterprise use because they are not built to meet enterprise requirements around branding, consumer experience, deployment, security and predictable pricing.

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