Episode Who Do You Trust With Your Wallet?

Episode 254


Episode 254

Who Do You Trust With Your Wallet?

Sweden’s Freja eID is a pinnacle example of government-approved digital identity, all from the convenience of your mobile wallet. Join host Cameron D’Ambrosi as he kicks off 2022 with Kristofer von Beetzen, Chief Product Officer of Freja eID. They dive into the burning questions for eID including who should control identity, why and when you shouldn’t host identity data yourself, the future of mobile wallets, and whether identity will rule the world.


Cameron D'Ambrosi, Managing Director at Liminal


Kristofer von Beetzen, Chief Product Officer at Freja eID


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