With a base understanding that interaction with blockchain requires the use of cryptographic key pairs generated via wallets, entropy is a big topic in cryptocurrency forums in the discussion concerning the creation of the seed upon which those keys are derived. I would imagine that entropy is also very important in the creation of the Sovrin identity verkey and signkey, but perhaps it is less concerning because the identity was also derived, in part, through the participation of a Trust Anchor. Can someone clarify that for me? I’ve read this hyperledger documentation and I feel comfortable with the encryption definitions, but there is no mention of entropy.
To add some context to my thoughts, from the info in the link above I understand that and Identity wallet is a much bigger concept than a cryptocurrency wallet. Yet, it would appear that the former engulfs the latter. Thus, it would appear that if bitcoin, for example, were built using the Hyperledger-Indy framework (assuming the Sovrin Network as the ledger) that the key pair associated with the DID connection between a person and with bitcoin could also be used as the key pair for the generation of a public bitcoin address. Therefore, (and please save me from myself if I’ve taken this too far) if that logic is correct, then there is no longer a fundamental need for blockchain projects to create unique wallets for seed generation, because the use of Hyperledger-Indy could allow any sovrin edge agent to interact on the respective blockchain simply by providing a new keypair. Do I have that correct?