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OAuth (Open Authorisation) is a protocol or set of rules for token-based Internet authorisation. OAuth allows the third-party systems to use end-user account information without revealing the user's credentials.
It acts as a mediator, allowing a third-party system access token that authorises the exchange of certain account information.

SSI OAuth uses a client's credentials that have been set as required to complete an interaction that allows or denies a client access to a third-party serviceallows a service to set a certain credential(s) as “required” to allow or deny the user access to a system.

For detailed information on the OAuth framework and its extensions that are used in this platform, see and

SSI OAuth is a premium ProofSpace feature. To gain access to this feature, please contact ProofSpace supportavailable for all ProofSpace subscribers.