One problem that I noticed with blockchain projects is that there is a huge knowledge gap between the project owners/developers and the public (or fans) who invests in the project.
As a senior Ph.D. student, I face with the same problem all the time:
Explain your research to a broad audience.
One way to do this is to communicate with your audience and explain the same concept from different angles until you simplify it so that a 5-year old can understand it.
My goal with opening this topic is to help Litentry to communicate with its audience in a better way. I will simply ask questions and I appreciate if someone from the team can answer these questions. The more we ask questions, the better we understand what Litentry is and its potential.
Here is my first question: What makes Litentry different that other DID projects? What gives it an edge?