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Panel: Qualified Ledgers – Breakthrough for Decentralized Identities in eIDAS 2.0 through EBSI?

Panel: Qualified Ledgers – Breakthrough for Decentralized Identities in eIDAS 2.0 through EBSI?

Combined Session
Thursday, June 06, 2024 14:50—15:10
Location: C 01

With the European Blockchain Service Infrastructure (EBSI) the European Union established an European DLT-infrastructure provided by the Member States. This means that the DLT nodes are in the responsibility of the Member States and so ensure a government trust anchor Since EBSI contains own governance and technical specifications together with conformance tests for wallet it provides a comprehensive framework for decentralized digital identities in Europe. EBSI is widely for use cases in education, public sector or traceability and with the eIDAS Bridge already useable within the eIDAS ecosystem.
As eIDAS 2.0 is technology neutral it provides the possibility to use the technical advantages of EBSI like distribution, crypto agility or performance (in comparison to existing TrustLists) on EUDI Alle,t QEAA but also trusted issuer registries, existing interoperability on decentralized identities based on established standards like W3CVC Data Model, ETSI ESI (especially reg. digital signatures as thexy are required for QEAA acc. eIDAS 2.0) also in eIDAS 2.0. As eIDAS 2.0 is not built on a green field EBSI also supports wide adoption of EUDI Wallet and related (qualified) trust services, as EBSI is already established infrastructure in Europe
With Section 11 the eIDAS 2.0 on the other hand introduce a dedicate qualified trust service for Electronic Ledger. This allows the provision of EBSI by fully liable QTSP under eIDAS 2.0 and allows the broad utilization of DLT for use cases like supply chain & digital product passport (acc. EU Supply Chain Act), Organizational Digital Identity, Social Security, secure Data sharing etc. Within EBSI-VECTOR and EBSI-TRACE4EU more than 80 partners from all member states work on the establishment of a real decentralized and distributed ecosystem using EBSI as common infrastructure in Europe.

The session focus on the role of EBSI in the eIDAS 2.0 ecosystem so:

  • Legal Framework for EBSI within eIDAS 2.0
  • Needs on Governance in EBSI for adoption of eIDAS 2.0
  • Technical Framework
  • UseCases and Business Models for Wallets and QTSP using Ledger as well as QTSP for Ledger with EBSI and other DLT networks
  • Outlook on ongoing project and standardization
Dr. Ignacio Alamillo-Domingo
Logalty Prueba por Interposicion SL
Ignacio is a Doctor in Law (UMU), with a PhD thesis related to the eIDAS Regulation, and holds a Degree in Law (UNED), a Diploma of Advanced Studies (UAB) and a Master in introduction to...
Dr. Alen Horvat
Digital identity architect designing and building verifiable credentials exchange frameworks. Designed trust models for Verifiable Credentials issuer, and verifiers and introduced...
Steffen Schwalm
Principal Business Consultant
msg systems ag
Mr. Schwalm staudied Information Science and has been working for over 14 years in Management- and Technology Consulting in high regulated industries. Since October 2022 he is leading digital...
Daniel Du Seuil
Daniel Du Seuil is the convenor of the European Self Sovereign   Identity Framework (ESSIF) within the European Blockchain Partnership. This   partnership of 30 EU Member States and...
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