Trinsic Core is infrastructure for digital trust. It's our set of APIs for sending verifiable data between digital identity wallets. Core gives people and organizations the ability to easily and securely prove things about themselves with digital credentials.

With Core, you can transform credentials, licenses, passes, and certificates into a W3C standard format that can be exchanged digitally and verified instantly by anyone called a "verifiable credential".

Below is our two technology stacks for Trinsic Core.

Trinsic Core v1

Trinsic Core v1 is our original Trinsic Core tech stack and supports some of the largest digital credential implementations in the world. It consists of three APIs for digital credential exchange.

Credentials API

The Credentials API gives you the ability to spin up enterprise agents hosted on our servers but controlled by you. These enterprise agents are capable of managing complex workflows related to DIDs (contacts/Connections) and VCs (credential issuance, Revocation, Verification, etc).

This is our flagship product because VC Issuance and verification are at the core of every SSI use case. In addition, our competitors are charging an arm and a leg for these credentials, so our providing this service at a fraction of the cost is a huge competitive advantage for us from a growth perspective. Most of the users utilizing the Agency Feature will be building verification use cases. Currently, almost every user does both issuance and verification.

Check out the documentation of this API here.

Provider API

The Provider API is a Trinsic product that gives you your own Agency, enabling you to become an SSI provider to your stakeholders. It is authenticated to using a secret key accessible via the Trinsic Studio. Its primary functions are to create, delete, and manage Organizations.

Check out the documentation of this API here.

Wallet API

The Wallet API provides an organization the ability to act as a custodian of its users' Wallets. This API lets you create cloud agents that can hold credentials, make connections, and respond to incoming messages like proof requests.

Check out the documentation of this API here.

Standards and protocols

The digital identity standards and protocols that make up Trinsic v1 include JSON credentials, CL signatures, Hyperledger Aries exchange protocols, and DIDComm v1.

🛠 Getting started

Sign up for a free Trinsic Studio account by clicking the "Studio" button in the top-right of your screen or this link and then visit our API reference documentation.

Trinsic Core v2 (in private beta)

Trinsic Core v2 is the largest upgrade to Trinsic Core since our launch in 2019 and is the next generation of digital trust infrastructure powered by the latest emerging standards. The benefits of Trinsic Core v2 include more scalability, interoperability, and better performance.

Standards and protocols

The digital identity standards and protocols that make up Trinsic Core v2 include JSON-LD credentials, BBS+ signatures, Presentation exchange, and DIDComm v2.

Join the waitlist

Trinsic Core v2 is currently in private beta. Join the waitlist at the bottom of our [Trinsic Core page] ( on our website to receive more information about its availability.