A gentle introduction to Zero Knowledge Proofs

Zero Knowledge proofs are gaining in interest thanks in part to the role they have played in providing privacy to distributed ledger technology.
This post serves as a gentle intuitive explanation, of zero knowledge proofs, more rigorous explanations can be found at our workshops notes (see below).

A zero knowledge proof is used in the context of 2 actors, a prover and a verifier. The prover wishes to prove to the verifier that they have knowledge of a secret item (called the witness). They want the verifier to be satisfied…



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