This toolkit contains libraries and applications for Identity Validators to connect to the ecosystem. It is configurable, scalable, and simple to deploy and maintain. As the ecosystem grows, more libraries and applications can be added to the toolkit to improve user experience.
Identity.com libraries enable Validators to easily and safely connect to the marketplace.
This library enables Requesters, Validators and Credential Wallets to set prices, place, verify, release, refund escrows based on marketplace interactions. This is where you connect if you write a JS project.
This application is an orchestration layer on top of the blockchain. It allows Requesters and Credential Wallets to resubmit transactions, for example, at a higher gas price; batching; payment guarantees; and other automations.
It defines what information Validators abstract for the Credential Wallet (i.e. ID card or selfie comparison). It provides an endpoint for the status of the UCA and offers a retrieve UCA mechanism for the Credential Wallet.
Identity.com applications enable Validators to easily and safely connect to the marketplace.
The BitGo Platform and SDK makes it easy to build multi-signature Bitcoin applications today. The SDK is fully integrated with the BitGo co-signing service for managing all of your BitGo wallets.
This app enables Requesters, Validators, and Credential Wallets to set prices, place, verify, release, and refund escrows based on marketplace interactions. Use it to write code in any language that reads HTTP requests.
This app provides a suite of monitoring tools for stuck transactions, monitoring for geth, RebelOS, escrow management, and other key marketplace elements.
Validators, once registered with their Civic ID and approved, can create, read, update, or delete the price of their validation services.
There are two ways of implementing Identity Validator toolkits. More will be added as partners join the ecosystem.
Validators can connect to the Identity.com ecosystem using the existing ecosystem Mobile Applications and the existing Validator Portals available to accept and execute on attestation issue requests and also set prices and payment terms for their validation services. No need to build everything from the ground up.
Validators with strict requirements and internal software rules can connect directly to the smart contracts and use any Credential Wallet applications to accept incoming attestation issue requests. The toolkit provides the necessary endpoints and validator engineering teams can build on top of them.