Better Government. Empowered citizens.

With C.TI Verifiable
Credentials Platform.

Governments globally are increasingly adopting credentials-based and decentralized identity models.

These models respect and protect the rights of citizens, and modernize the delivery of services like permits, ID cards and licenses.
C.TI puts citizens at the center of their own data sharing and enables strong, verifiable credentials that protect their privacy and builds trust.
C.TI is used by 600+ clients including national and provincial governments and agencies around the world.
It’s easy to join the decentralized revolution.
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Benefits at a glance


Digital wallets

Empower citizens to carry their permits, credentials and licenses on their devices. Easy integration options and SDKs mean a seamless experience and can be extended to higher assurance use cases.


Grounded in cryptography, verifiable credentials create counterfeit-proof digital cards and documents that can be verified as authentic by anyone digitally.

Improved efficiency

Reduce the cost of service delivery with mass issuance at the touch of a button, no wasted cost or time with printing and delivery. Reduced cost of checking and compliance with instant, online updates and revocations.

Frictionless citizens

Usable as authentication tokens to online services, digital wallets provide a way for citizens to bring-their-own-identity that can span between government services while still protecting data and privacy.
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Wider utility

With interoperable identity standards like W3C verifiable credentials and decentralized identifiers, credentials can flow in and out of government identity wallets and into the private sector, creating choice and utility for citizens.
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Who's using C.TI?

600+ organizations in
12 countries, including:


"They bring stellar expertise to the technical aspects of badging and e-portfolio functionalities, and a deep understanding of the full implications of the paradigm shift many educators need to undertake to implement competency-based learning facilitation."

Robert T. McLaughlin, Ph.D. -
Executive Director,
National Collaborative for Digital Equity