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An EU Digital Identity eWallet – the Next Step After PSD2?

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An EU Digital Identity eWallet - the Next Step After PSD2?

In June, the EU Commission proposed a “trusted and secure Digital Identity for all Europeans” in the form of a digital identity framework (eIDAS), designed to provide universally recognisable identities throughout Europe.

The previous version of the EU-wide digital identity framework mainly dealt with using certificates for identification. However, the new revision is much more ambitious, and includes document management and sharing, attribute sharing, and electronic ledgers where transactions can be registered.

The development of eID initiatives are very much related to SCA, meaning that we are watching this subject closely. For our complete overview of the regulation, be sure to check out the full post. 

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