Project

Digital Academic Credentials

Building on earlier work done at the Media Lab, MIT has formed the Digital Credentials Consortium an international network of universities to develop a shared system for digital academic credentials. 

See https://digitalcredentials.mit.edu for more information. 

Public ledger technology enables us to develop new tools, standards, and strategies to store and manage digital academic credentials. Certificates can be cryptographically signed and tamper-proof. They can represent or recognize many different types of achievements. 

After developing a number of prototypes (we issued digital credentials to Media Lab Director's Fellows and Media Lab alumni) our code base grew into the largest open-source project for digital academic credentials. We have since shifted efforts to contributing to the Digital Credentials Consortium. 

Building on earlier work done at the Media Lab, MIT has formed the Digital Credentials Consortium an international network of universities to develop a shared system for digital academic credentials. 

See https://digitalcredentials.mit.edu for more information. 

Public ledger technology enables us to develop new tools, standards, and strategies to store and manage digital academic credentials. Certificates can be cryptographically signed and tamper-proof. They can represent or recognize many different types of achievements. 

After developing a number of prototypes (we issued digital credentials to Media Lab Director's Fellows and Media Lab alumni) our code base grew into the largest open-source project for digital academic credentials. We have since shifted efforts to contributing to the Digital Credentials Consortium. 

Research Topics
#cryptocurrency #open source