## In Proofs, We Trust: Part 2 of 3

Proof Systems are the engine behind blockchains. As long as the millions of untrusting bitcoiners are able to prove their bitcoin transactions to each other, the network lives on. In Part I, we »

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A 8-post collection

## In Proofs, We Trust: Part 2 of 3

## In Proofs, We Trust – Part 1

## Specification and Governance for Anonymous, Publicly Verifiable Boardroom Voting

## Zero Knowledge Proof of Age Using Hash Chains

## Zero-Knowledge Proof of Balance: A Friendly ZKP Demo

## Zero-Knowledge Explained – Part 1: Use Cases

## Beyond Decentralization: Prover-Verifier Systems

## Breaking out of Distributed Ledgers

Proof Systems are the engine behind blockchains. As long as the millions of untrusting bitcoiners are able to prove their bitcoin transactions to each other, the network lives on. In Part I, we »

Proof Systems are the engine behind blockchains. As long as the millions of untrusting bitcoiners are able to prove their bitcoin transactions to each other, the network lives on. Here, in Part I, »

In the previous post we described the model of a protocol of anonymous voting; this article is dedicated to its implementation on Stratumn Chainscript. We’re going to gradually design the protocol; we »

We demonstrate a zero-knowledge proof of age protocol that could be easily implemented on a proof of process network. In a recent post, we outlined a technique of proving that a hidden value »

Here at Stratumn Research we are currently applying various cryptographic primitives to allow participants finer control over their confidential information, even when it is shared in some way. Our general approach is to »

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 »

Richard Caetano and I presented Stratumn research on Proof Systems at the Ethereum Developer Conference in Paris on 18th of February, 2017. It was titled, "Going Beyond Decentralization with Prover-Verifier Systems." This post »

When thinking about “revolution”, we can picture how a wheel turns. By starting with some momentum, we turn through the first 180 degrees as we accept the status quo. Then, turning through the »