does decentralized identity matter?

In order to give people legal identification documents,

complete ownership of their identities, and user-friendly security,

decentralized identities were developed.

A verifiable proof of existence is frequently required 

of citizens in order to access basic services like banking,

healthcare, and education. Sadly, according to 

Worldbank statistics, 1 billion people worldwide still do

not possess a recognised identity document.

A sizable portion of the population lives in unstable 

conditions and is unable to vote, register to vote, 

open a bank account, own property, or find employment.

Their inability to obtain identification documents restricts people's freedom.

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