@inproceedings{Miller2016Lecture7, title={Lecture 7 — Zero Knowledge Proofs 7.1 Zero-knowledge Proof Notation and Vocabulary}, author={Andrew Miller}, year={2016} }

- Published 2016

Zero-knowledge proofs are cryptographic protocols that allow a prover to prove that they have some knowledge of a certain kind, without revealing any additional information about that knowledge. For example, I might want to prove that I know a secret preimage w for some hash h = hash(w), without revealing what that secret w is. Digital signatures are a bit… CONTINUE READING

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