11. Decentralized Web Node (DWN) | Part I

This class delves into the technologies that enable the secure exchange of digital credentials, such as DIDs (Decentralized Identifiers) and verifiable credentials. It discusses the separation between the transport layers, which move messages, and the exchange protocols, which define how credentials are requested and presented.

The use of Decentralized Web Node (DWN) and the Wallet and Credential Interactions (WACI) protocol to secure and authenticate communication within the decentralized digital identity ecosystem is also highlighted. This is an essential guide for understanding how secure and authenticated communications function in blockchain technology and digital identity.