ShareRing releases its Web-based Vault Query Language

  • ShareRing releases alpha version of Vault Query Language (VQL), a web-based tool.
  • Alpha release allows users to safely test the query tool from ShareRing Vault.
  • ShareRing is a blockchain-based digital identity platform.

ShareRing, a blockchain-based digital identity provider, allows users to retrieve their profile data.

The platform recently announced an alpha release of ShareRing Vault Query Language (VQL) is a web-based solution that provides query tools that users can leverage to operate in a Zero Trust ecosystem.

According to the ShareRing development team, the query language is “A computer programming language that requests and retrieves data from databases and information systems

QL sends queries based on programming commands entered by the user. This same structure applies to VQL as well. In this case, the user can leverage the system to manipulate her QR code logic to securely access specific information from the ShareRing Vault.

VQL’s alpha release allows users to test functionality directly from Vault without worrying about data security. This is because the user data in the VQL request is encrypted against the user’s her Vault private key.

Besides the fact that VQL complies with data privacy regulations, only ShareRing ID holders can access the data.

Setting up a ShareRing account

As mentioned above, ShareRing provides a blockchain platform that allows users to create and use self-sovereign data. For each platform, this is made possible through verifiable credentials that the user can access and use seamlessly between her Web2 and Web3.

If you are new to ShareRing, you can first download the ShareRing app on the Apple App Store, Google Play, or Galaxy Store to start using the platform. The next step is to set up an account to get an ID and Vault, then proceed to login to the Customer Portal. It will be published after the beta phase.

From here, you will need to scan the QR code provided and once setup is complete, proceed to create a query, test it, and scan another QR code to get your answer.

Who can use the ShareRing Vault Query Language?

Anyone can use the ShareRing tool, but basic coding knowledge is required for the first release. In particular, users need these basics when setting logic requests for personally identifiable information (PII) that lead to data extraction.

Basic coding skills are also important when working with QR codes and know-how to handle simple actions like customizing, editing, and deleting queries.

However, ShareRing simplifies these operations by allowing users to simply scan a QR code to access their Vault and URL backend.

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