uPort Credentials



  • Justin Chase

    I don't think it does, they're randomly generated. You can create them on the fly but they're tied to the private key which you should keep secret.

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  • Trent Larson

    That's correct.  In order to write that DID to a public Ethereum blockchain (whether mainnet or testnet) you need to have an account with Ether to pay for the transaction.

    However, I can't think of a reason to simply write a DID to Ethereum.  You might want to write some verifiable claim to the chain or use your DID in someone else's contract, and I do believe that there are ways to use your account to create that type of transaction (though I haven't done it personally yet).

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