Zero-Knowledge Explained: Part 1. Use Cases

With a zero-knowledge protocol, sharing proofs without data and the selective disclosure of information offer possibilities for businesses to work together in an interconnected world Innovation: Gradual and Sudden Whether in the fields »

On the Instrumentalization of Trust

Sharing involves the risk of losing control. Today the cost of storage and transfer of the information is negligible. There's no more economic barrier to prevent the copying and storing of someone else's »