Inspired by @cbruguera's question, "Dealing with objects ...", I was wondering if the use case below is supported more or less directly by Sovrin. I'm still trying to navigate in the relation between the many concepts provided by Sovrin and verifiable claims, and is also studying DID/DDO concepts, but for now I'm just examining the use case from a feasibility point of view.
Suppose that you have things and associated claims, say, vaccine records for a cow, or maintenance log for a washing machine. That set of associated claims has value for the given thing, and therefore for the owner of the thing.
Now the owner (individual) sells the thing to an organization, and the organization sells it to a different individual. The associated claims about the thing should provide trust and hence enrich the value chain.
Would that be a typical and well-supported use case in the Sovrin ecosystem, or are some aspects here required to be supported outside the Sovrin, e.g., in a parallel ledger?