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The MATTR Platform provides the basic tools needed to establish digital trust. It is designed to solve the difficult problems around security, communication, and identity management in a scalable and standard manner, providing a simple and configurable interface so our users can focus on solving problems that matter to them. It's only in these real-world applications and use cases that digital trust really starts to make a substantial impact on both developer and user experience, opening doors to new opportunities in both the digital and the physical world.
The use cases for digital trust are as broad and varied as the people who rely on that trust. Our platform is built on a set of flexible and modular building blocks that can be extended in multiple directions – whether it be for supporting application specific logic in our Extensions layer or enabling new and novel protocols and cryptography in our Driver layer. This architecture promotes maximum flexibility, agility and standards compliance for your solution – minimising risk while enabling a wide variety of applications, including but not limited to:
- Gig Economy
- Remote work
- Humanitarian relief
- Web applications
- B2B transactions
- Social networking
- File sharing
Reach out to our support to learn more about how to utilize the MATTR Platform for these use-cases and more.
The MATTR Platform leverages our product architecture to support these applications through an extensible layer of Platform Extensions. Platform Extensions allow orchestration workflows to be built on top of our Platform Core. Read more about this in our Platform Extensions documentation.