Talk: Pioneering the Decentralization of the Internet through a Lifelong Digital Identity
Pioneering the Decentralization of the Internet through a Lifelong Digital Identity
The core objective of Homebase is to revolutionize the concept of digital identity by creating a decentralized, lifelong, safe, and secure online home for every individual. The project aims to empower people by giving them complete control over their personal data, digital interactions, and online communication, all while supporting democratic values and respecting human rights. This talk will delve deep into the core objectives, components, and technological underpinnings of Homebase, and its potential to reshape our highly centralized Internet into its original intent.
Michael Seifert has a long track record in the realm of computer science and technology entrepreneurship. As the co-founder and CEO of Sitecore from 2001 to 2017, he was instrumental in propelling the company to a valuation surpassing $1 billion. In his early ventures, Michael co-founded DIKU MUD, which played a pivotal role in shaping the future of multiplayer online games. He holds a Master in Computer Science from DIKU and an exam. art. in HCI from the Laboratory of Psychology at Copenhagen University. Michael’s passion for innovation continues with Homebase, aiming to provide a novel approach to digital identity management and online interaction.