10F/ Ideas to Action: BYOB (Bring Your Own Blockers)

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Ideas to Action: BYOB (Bring Your Own Blockers)

Wednesday 10F

Convener: Scott Harris (Indicio) & Karl Kneis (IDRamp)


Tags for the session - technology discussed/ideas considered:

This session was a “rubber-meets-road” discussion centered on factors that are hindering or slowing adoption.

Discussion notes, key understandings, outstanding questions, observations, and, if appropriate to this discussion: action items, next steps:

In this session the key takeaway was that the technology is no longer a limiting factor. There have been enough use cases and development to enable useful building and implementation.

The blockers continue to be:

Education of both business and technology decision-makers

There is rarely a “simple” story to tell surrounding implementation and understanding of the value propositions. Therefore it is important to focus on problem-solving at the micro level.

Competing vision of top-down vs. grass-roots adoption cycles

Real world wallet use and interoperability

Making credential holding and use simple for end users in the B2C world

Finding ways to solve for multiple wallets on the same device and credential movement between wallets is important