NexeraID Joins W3C to Enhance Web Security with Decentralized ID

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• AllianceBlock’s identity issuance and verification platform, NexeraID, is now a member of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
• NexeraID leverages a programmable smart wallet to securely store digital assets and identity information
• This move shows NexeraID’s commitment to interoperability and adherence to established DID and VC standards.

AllianceBlock Joins W3C

AllianceBlock’s identity issuance and verification platform, NexeraID has announced its membership in the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). The international organization responsible for developing web standards is led by Tim Berners-Lee. As a W3C member, NexeraID joins the ranks of organizations like Microsoft, Apple, Ethereum Foundation, and Coinbase.

Nexera Protocol

Built on the open-source AllianceBlock Nexera Protocol, NexeraID leverages a programmable smart wallet to securely store digital assets and identity information. This solution empowers both enterprises and consumers to seamlessly onboard users to web3 using self-custodial or custodial wallets. Developers can integrate web3 smart wallets and self-sovereign identities (SSI) into their existing infrastructures while complying with regulatory requirements.

Enhanced Security & Privacy

Decentralized Identifiers are designed to offer enhanced security and privacy by enabling users to manage their digital identities across various platforms. Through its involvement in W3C, NexeraID gains access to an extensive network within the web industry while contributing its technical expertise to web development.

User Friendly Wallets

Users can create secure smart wallet accounts using familiar email or social media information similar to traditional web2 projects. Wallets can be conveniently managed using biometrics, Apple ID accounts, Google Accounts with additional features such as spending limits & recovery capacity.

Commitment To Interoperability


This move shows NexeraID’s commitment to interoperability and adherence to established DID (Decentralized Identifiers) & VC (Verifiable Credentials) standards