Schools, colleges, universities and other educational institutions can issue digital badges to recognise academic performance, course completion, participation in training programs and other educational achievements.
Companies and employers can issue digital badges to reward employees for goals achieved, skills acquired, projects completed and significant contributions to the company.
NGOs can issue digital badges to recognise and encourage volunteer work, participation in social impact projects and other contributions to the community.
Online teaching and learning platforms can issue digital badges to reward completing courses, reaching specific skill levels, and actively participating in the learning community.
Sports federations and clubs can issue digital medals to recognize sports performance, competition wins, personal milestones achieved and dedication to sport.
Event and conference organisers can issue digital badges to attendees who successfully complete the event, demonstrate significant engagement, or give outstanding presentations.
Governments can issue digital credentials to recognise exceptional service, acts of courage, contributions to society or military service.
Apps and game platforms can issue digital badges as part of gamification systems to reward and incentivise participation, completion of levels or completion of specific tasks.