Tag: Zero-knowledge Privacy

MIT Review Acclaims zk-SNARKs, but zk-STARKs May Steal the Show

As much as we love the convenience of the internet, our privacy is at great risk whenever we go on social media, check our credit reports, grab a ride, or simply log into a fitness app. Our need to protect our information encompasses much more than financial transactions with a few cryptocurrencies. In the United States alone, the staggering number of data breaches shows the need for a better privacy solution, and zk-SNARKs or zk-STARKs are …
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Zero-knowledge Privacy Notepad Service Passphrase.io Returns To The Living

Whenever a Bitcoin service or platform suddenly disappears, things are not looking all that great all of a sudden. Somewhat popular service Passphrase.io had come to life about a year ago, but the person responsible for maintaining the service lost interest in the project and let the domain expire. The original creator of Passphrase has decided to revive the project, allowing users to enjoy this zero-knowledge notepad replacement. Also read: …
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