How to Create a Credential Template

Creating a Credential Template

Credential is a Verifiable Credential; in other words, as a credential that can cryptographically verify a credential has not been tampered/damaged, it includes a digital signature value. Create different types of credential templates for your business. Provide a template that proves your identity with as many combinations of essential information as you need.

How to Create a Credential

  1. 1.
    Log in to the โ€‹Luniverse website.
  2. 2.
    In order to create a Credential Template, Create a Project.
  3. 3.
    Click [DID] in the left menu and go to the Credential Template.
  4. 4.
    Click the [+ Create Credential Template] button at the upper right of the page.
  5. 5.
    Enter a template name.
  6. 6.
    Enter the Expiration Date. You can specify the validity period of the certificate from the issuance date by [Select Direct Input] of the validity period.
  7. 7.
    Choose whether the status of the template is public or private. The public templates are shared by all users in the Verification scenario.
  8. 8.
    Choose an integrated credential and an individual credential. Integrated credential issues multiple subject elements as one credential.
  9. 9.
    Choose whether to request multiple proofs or one-time proof. For details, see the Required Information for a Credential Template๐Ÿ‘‡.
  10. 10.
    Enter the details of the credential subject. You can continue to add subject definition groups by clicking the [+] button at the bottom.
  11. 11.
    Click the [Create] button to complete this process.
Required Information for a Credential Template
Template Name
Name of the template. Imply intuitive and general meaning if you want to share it with other users.
Expiration Date
Set the validity period of the credential template. You can set the validity period based on the issued date of the end-user, or you can set specific start and end dates regardless of its issuance.
Set Template Public
You can share credential templates with DID developers on the DID Free Chain network. The public template is shown in the [Create verification scenario] section. Share various templates, and refer to templates from other developers.
Set Integrated Credentials
If you set an integrated credential, a template is issued by combining multiple subject elements into a single credential. If you set individual credentials, each subject is issued in an individually selectable form and can be selectively used in the verification scenario.
Set up Multiple Proof
Multiple proof is a default value and submits proof whenever requested with credentials issued during the validity period. One-time proof can no longer be used after submitting proof once within the validity period. For example, you can use this as a one-time coupon or visitor pass.
Credential Subject
  • Display Name: This is the name of the attribute. (EX: name, birth date, email, etc.)
  • Subject Key: This is the key value to be reflected in the actual source code. Written in English without spaces.
  • Additional Description: You can add an additional description optionally.
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