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 +Hyperledger Project\\
 +Public Sector Working Group (PSWG) Meeting\\
 +August 3, 2018 \\
 +Chat:  https://​​channel/​public-sector-wg (you can use your LFID to login)\\
 +Github: ​ https://​​hyperledger\\
 +Wiki:  https://​\\
 +PSWG Wiki: https://​​groups/​public-sector-wg/​public-sector-wg \\
 +Public lists: ​ https://​\\
 +Meetings: ​ https://​​community/​calendar-public-meetings \\
 +Hyperledger class: [[https://​​course/​blockchain-business-introduction-linuxfoundationx-lfs171x-0|Blockchain for Business - An Introduction to Hyperledger Technologies]]
 +Linux Foundation Antitrust reminder: https://​​antitrust-policy\\
 +Meeting Notes\\
 +Bobbi put together slides of blockchain introductory materials. ​
 +Including: \\
 +MOOC (Online Free course): https://​​course/​understanding-blockchain-and-its-implications \\
 +Canadian government collaboration presentation:​
 +     ​*Links are provided on the Use Case section of the PSWG wiki
 +     *How can Canadian government step up in it's role of providing trust in the economy?
 +          *Problem: Business people have to navigate a confusing number of requirements to open a business in British Columbia and Ontario. How can the government make it easier to for businesses to interact with government in a trustworthy basis?
 +              *Digital way to verify credentials
 +              *three governments collaborate - federal, BC, Ontario
 +              *20 applications on VON platform
 +              *Using Hyperledger Indy
 +          *General model - verifiable credentials model
 +              *high assurance identity card
 +              *individual owns credential
 +              *distributed keys management system
 +              *ledger helps manage public keys and enable exchange of verifiable credentials between peers
 +              *no data regarding transaction,​ no personal or business data on blockchain itself
 +         ​*Pattern
 +              *issuers / holders / verifiers
 +                   ​*documents like banking credential or marriage license used to gain access to services
 +              *What services can we issue from and issue to?
 +                   ​*Public business data is open information
 +                   ​*create verified credentials and give them a target to issue to
 +                   ​*TheOrgBook - simple directory of verifiable credentials about businesses
 +                   *In the future a business person would have her own digital wallet, this is a step toward that, but TheOrgBook is a community wallet
 +              *Business IDs are low hanging fruit to gain knowledge without tackling people'​s personal data
 +              *Single business registry - OrgBook
 +              *single code base between Ontario and BC
 +              *only display publicly available free information
 +              *use existing public infrastructure
 +              *searchable database - limited to corporations and D/B/A (Doing Business As)
 +              *digital signatures compared to blockchain
 +         ​*Future - permits, licenses, businesses will be able to share peer to peer on digital wallet
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