9. Verifiable Credentials (VCs) – Part II

We explain how to securely submit digital credentials through verifiable submissions, a method that uses cryptographic verification to prove legitimate possession of such VCs. This process allows users to share specific information about their credentials, protecting their privacy and preventing fraud.

We also emphasize the importance of selective disclosure (selective disclosureand zero knowledge proof (zero knowledge proof) to control what personal data is shared, thus providing a secure and privacy-centric approach to digital identity management.