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DID or a Decentralized Identifier refers to an ID that can be issued by an autonomous, decentralized, and independent platform acting as proof of ownership of the digital identity. These IDs are a new-age trust framework of the universally unique identifiers (UUID) that are completely and cryptographically verifiable, not requiring any centralized registration authority. They are used to identify persons, abstract entities, data models, organizations, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices.

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