Publish to the Credential Registry
Registry Assistant API
For systems with structured data, the Registry Assistant API provides a streamlined way to quickly publish and maintain information in the Credential Registry.Create an Account
For systems with semi-structured data, where manual entry is necessary but only for some elements, a familiar spreadsheet format allows data about multiple credentials at once.Create an Account
For systems with few credentials, or where most data is not structured, the Publisher provides a robust interface for entering and maintaining detailed credential information.Create an Account
To learn more about the publishing options and the CTDL schema, visit our technical website.
Steps to Publish to the Registry
- Sign in with existing account OR create new account (note: the Credential Engine team will have to approve your account before you can publish)
- Familiarize yourself with CTDL
- Gather your data
- Publish and review data
- Submit for approval
- Credential Engine team will review and push to the public registry
Credential Transparency Description Language
The Credential Transparency Description Language and its competency-oriented counterpart, the CTDL-ASN, are the language of the Credential Registry. The registry publisher allows you to translate your information to the CTDL, which enables deep descriptions of credentials, their requirements, and their connections to other credentials, and competencies.