Script & Style Show: Episode 13: Decentralized Identity with Daniel Buchner

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In this episode:  David and Todd return from travels to San Francisco, Oslo, and Iceland, Todd reveals he's a new (dog) father, and they welcome guest Daniel Buchner, a Senior PM for Microsoft's Decentralized Identity team.  Daniel shares his knowledge about blockchain and crypto, then moves on to describing what decentralized identity is, its advantages over current systems, how Microsoft plans to use decentralized identity, and how us developers can get involved!

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