Polygon publishes Polygon ID

Polygon publishes Polygon ID

Polygon has launched its zero-knowledge (ZK) decentralized identity solution for the public, almost a year after launching the project in a test environment for a select group of developers.

Polygon ID allows users to create a digital identity that can be used across all applications and services, reducing the risk of identity theft or the need to use multiple accounts. Built on ZK proof technology, the solution enables developers to create solutions that allow users to keep their personal data private and secure, while giving them full control over who has access to their information.

Polygon ID is built on the latest decentralized identity standards, which help developers using the technology to protect against unauthorized access, while assisting them in compliance processes. This release is a significant milestone for the blockchain industry, as decentralized identity is key to the future of Web 3.0, and ZK proof technology will play a crucial role in enabling it.

Polygon publishes Polygon ID

The public version of Polygon ID adds four new tools (Verifier SDK, Issuer Node, Wallet SDK, and Wallet App) to the SSI infrastructure, helping developers integrate decentralized identity into their applications and unlocking new ways to meet compliance requirements in the Web 3.0-native environment.


Polygon ID will have a significant impact on the Polygon ecosystem as it enables users to create a secure digital identity that can be used across various applications and services on the Polygon blockchain. This could lead to increased interest in using Polygon, and an increase in its user base.

Polygon ID represents an interesting step forward in the area of decentralized identity on the blockchain. Overall, it can help strengthen the security and privacy of users on Polygon and bring new opportunities for developers who can leverage this technology to create new identity solutions on the network. This technology will certainly help with the greater adoption of cryptocurrencies in the real world. On the other hand, this also involves a loss of the anonymity that makes crypto so unique.

Ondřej Tittl


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