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Combining Bitcoins Zero Knowledge Proof ZKP Protocol With Graph Isomerisms Problem

Combining Bitcoins Zero Knowledge Proof ZKP Protocol With Graph Isomerisms Problem submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

A Survey of Progress in Succinct Zero Knowledge Proofs: Towards Trustless SNARKs - Ben Fisch @ Scaling Bitcoin 2019

A Survey of Progress in Succinct Zero Knowledge Proofs: Towards Trustless SNARKs - Ben Fisch @ Scaling Bitcoin 2019 submitted by defterade to Monero [link] [comments]

Snowden: Monero's privacy is primariy protected by the idea of Ring Signatures, which, while a huge step up from Bitcoin, are closer to a mechanism for "plausible deniability" than the true privacy intended by the zero-knowledge proofs used by Zcash.

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ZCASH AND ENHANCED BITCOIN USING ZERO-KNOWLEDGE PROOF TECHNOLOGY.

Zcash is basically refered to as a crypto asset or cryptocurrency which basically provides to its users a greater protection in terms of securing their privacy. Zcash is like a revamped Bitcoin model despite been developed on bitcoin infrastructure, it also makes use of zero-knowledge proof technology which is called a Zk-SNARKs and its essence is to conceal users infor. The Zk- SNARKS protocol that runs on pure mathematical theory.
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Our cryptographers are still in the thick of it at Tel Aviv Blockchain Week! Catch Ben Fisch tomorrow and Thursday at Scaling Bitcoin, where he's giving the invited talk: "A Survey of Progress in Succinct Zero Knowledge Proofs: Towards Trustless SNARKs".

Our cryptographers are still in the thick of it at Tel Aviv Blockchain Week! Catch Ben Fisch tomorrow and Thursday at Scaling Bitcoin, where he's giving the invited talk: submitted by findoraorg to findora [link] [comments]

How Bitcoin can combine security and privacy with zero knowledge proofs

How Bitcoin can combine security and privacy with zero knowledge proofs submitted by n4bb to CoinPath [link] [comments]

I don't know much about Zero-Knowledge Proofs, such as what's on Zcash. Could something like this exist on Bitcoin Cash, what trade-offs would there be?

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Can zcoin zero knowledge proofs be implemented on an existing chain such as bitcoin cash?

From what I understand zcoin is very similar to bitcoin cash regarding wallet seed generation etc. But it has the added feature for burning and minting new coins with zero-knowledge proof.
Can this feature be integrated into an existing chain like bitcoin cash for example? - Maybe as a hardfork upgrade for example? - I am just thinking that if this technology matures and proves to be the way to go (or at least a great option to have there if needed)... if what you really care about is global adoption etc... you'd be better off just adding it to a chain that already has widespread merchant adoption and user base etc.
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The Z-address, the T-address, and Bitcoin Private zero knowledge proof

I'm now heavily invested in Zclassic, in order to get some bitcoin private. Not because of the heavy gains from announcements, but largely because this fork is one of the most interesting forks I've seen to date. This won't be a price discussion, because there already is enough of that going around.
I'm very interested in how Zclassic and BTC will merge histories from two coins into one. I noticed that Zclassic has two types of addresses. A Z-address, which I assume uses some sort of zero knowledge proof. Possibly Zk-SNARKs. (If you want to learn more about the zero knowledge proof, find the analogy of the two colored balls and the color blind friend). Zclassic also has a T address which starts with a T for transparent and is apparently similar to a bitcoin address. I also assume this means it uses SHA-256 proof of work to verify validity of transactions.
You will find a t-address used as the development teams donation address. Note the t at the beginning of the address. ( t1gsePJZ6ojJYygj3PWMGJfojPUoMd5AVfU please donate to their development! ). You also will find a t-address as your address on any exchange.
I'm guessing this means everyone is still largely using t addresses.
Here are some questions that come out of this research. * Will BTCP all be z addresses, or another mix of Z and T? * Can you convert previous transparent chain blocks to a private address? * Can I send Z coins to a T address?
I love the idea of zero knowledge proofs, and the zk-SNARKs philosophy seems brilliant. I'm excited for the upcoming weeks to see what bitcoin private can add to the crypto community.
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Using Bulletproofs (dalek's implementation) to create zero knowledge proofs for arithematic statements /r/Bitcoin

Using Bulletproofs (dalek's implementation) to create zero knowledge proofs for arithematic statements /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Should Bitcoin Cash adopt zero-knowledge proofs for privacy?

Should Bitcoin Cash adopt zero-knowledge proofs for privacy? submitted by Produktivitaet to btc [link] [comments]

"Making Bitcoin Exchanges Transparent" - Trusted Computing based zero-knowledge proof-of-solvency for bitcoin exchanges

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Will bitcoin ever be truly fungible? What are the chances of adding zero-knowledge proofs? Will we rely on sidechains and alts for fungibility?

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Add to your calendar Super Bitcoin (SBTC) event: Incorporate Zero-Knowledge Proofs - May 31, 2018

Add to your calendar Super Bitcoin (SBTC) event: Incorporate Zero-Knowledge Proofs - May 31, 2018 submitted by cryptocalbot to kryptocal [link] [comments]

Add to your calendar Super Bitcoin (SBTC) event: Super Bitcoin (SBTC) - Incorporate Zero-Knowledge Proofs - May 31, 2018

Add to your calendar Super Bitcoin (SBTC) event: Super Bitcoin (SBTC) - Incorporate Zero-Knowledge Proofs - May 31, 2018 submitted by cryptocalbot to kryptocal [link] [comments]

Should Bitcoin Cash adopt zero-knowledge proofs for privacy?

Should Bitcoin Cash adopt zero-knowledge proofs for privacy? submitted by SimilarAdvantage to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Two Sides of Privacy: Bitcoin Private & Zclassic are Fixing Problems with Zero-Knowledge Proofs — Steemit

Two Sides of Privacy: Bitcoin Private & Zclassic are Fixing Problems with Zero-Knowledge Proofs — Steemit submitted by JBrutWhat to Bitcoin_Private [link] [comments]

When you guys think (if when) Zero-Knowledge proofs will come to Bitcoin Cash?

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The Z-address, the T-address, and Bitcoin Private zero knowledge proof

The Z-address, the T-address, and Bitcoin Private zero knowledge proof submitted by csliva to ZClassic [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: The Z-address, the T-address, and Bitcoin Private zero knowledge proof /r/ZClassic

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: The Z-address, the T-address, and Bitcoin Private zero knowledge proof /ZClassic submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Are Zero Knowledge Proofs coming to Bitcoin Cash on the 15th? /r/btc

Are Zero Knowledge Proofs coming to Bitcoin Cash on the 15th? /btc submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Ethereum Zero- Knowledge Proofs / Zcash Support Dwindling / Global Bond Sell-off / Bitcoin $

Ethereum Zero- Knowledge Proofs / Zcash Support Dwindling / Global Bond Sell-off / Bitcoin $ submitted by DarkestChaos to ethereum [link] [comments]

Zero Knowledge Proofs - ZK-SNARKS ZenCash ZCash Using Range Proofs: Zero knowledge proof of positivity! HACON  Bulletproofs, Zero Knowledge Proofs and Data ... Using Zero-Knowledge Proofs with Fluree  Fluree Dev Space Efficient Zero-Knowledge Proofs: A Modular Approach

Zero-knowledge proof or zero-knowledge protocol is a method by which one party (the prover) can prove to another party (the verifier) that a given statement is true, without conveying any information apart from the fact that the statement is indeed true. In the Blockchain world, Zero Knowledge Proofs often crop up. Think Zcash, Zerocoin. But the problem with Zero Knowledge Proofs is that they are difficult to understand without getting into the nitty-gritty maths. So, I am gonna to describe a Zero Knowledge Proof protocol as a story of two friends, in an setting which we can all relate to. A zero-knowledge proof lets someone prove a mathematical fact to another person without teaching them anything about the fact itself. It has been proven that you can convert any computer program into a zero-knowledge proof (this is referred to mathematically as PSPACE⊂IP). So, using a zero-knowledge proof I could prove to you that I know some ... The concept of zero-knowledge proofs was first conceived in 1989 by Shafi Goldwasser, Silvio Micali and Charles Rackoff in their paper "The Knowledge Complexity of Interactive Proof-Systems". This paper introduced the concept of interactive proof systems which deals with Knowledge complexity, a measurement of amount of knowledge about the proof transferred from the prover to the verifier. Zero-knowledge proofs allow for a transfer of information to take place between two parties without the originator having to use a password or reveal any data related to him/her. This helps weed out many of the potential risks that are involved with the use of password-only authentication protocols. Additionally, ZKPs also help in bolstering the security of a person’s online payments ...

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