I am trying to create a certificate issuer for kids in schools, and they don’t have digital wallets. Do I need the recipient’s wallet keys to sign a certificate or it can be a standalone system without the recipient’s wallet keys to verify it?
While the wallet adds an extra layer in terms of authenticating the recipient’s identity, there is no strong check at this point and certificates will verify without this constraint.
Thanks a lot.
so I can use the same public key for all certificates or that is a bad practice?
Do you mean as an issuer or for the recipient?
For the issuer I think it’s fine to use the same public key for all certificates.
For the recipient if you don’t use a public key it will be fine.
I really appreciate your help.