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European Wallet
Consortium Member 

What exactly is the European Digital Identity (EUDI) Wallet? 

It's essentially a complimentary mobile application provided by Member States, accessible to both individuals and businesses. Its primary function is to serve as a repository for verifiable credentials, essentially digital documents and attestations used for identification purposes.

Moreover, with a strong emphasis on security and privacy, the EUDI Wallet grants users the ability to manage their data across online platforms. This includes the freedom to decide which information to share, with whom, and when, ensuring users retain full control over their personal data.

In essence, the EUDI Wallet simplifies the process of identity verification and information sharing for individuals within the European Union. Much like familiar digital payment wallets such as Apple Pay or Google Pay, it takes a step further by storing a broader range of credentials, including national IDs, passports, diplomas, health records, and more.

Global Trust Foundation Involvement

The Global Trust Foundation (GTF) is deeply engaged in the European Digital Identity (EUDI) Wallet Consortium (EWC), playing a pivotal role in advocating for its adoption and shaping its trajectory through our thought leadership initiatives. At GTF, we understand the critical importance of fostering trust and security in digital interactions, which is why we're proud to stand at the forefront of communications within the EWC ecosystem.

Through a multitude of forums, workshops, and other collaborative activities, GTF actively champions the objectives of the European Union's EWC initiative, along with the other three Large Scale Pilots. Our involvement extends beyond mere participation; we strive to elevate the discourse surrounding digital identity, emphasizing the principles of privacy, security, and user control.

As a trusted partner committed to advancing digital trust globally, GTF's contributions to the EWC are emblematic of our dedication to creating

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