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Elusiv, a privacy protocol that is Zero-Knowledge based and compliant, has raised $3.5 million in a seed investment round. The privacy protocol protects users by preventing hostile actors from accessing the privacy protocol while still granting them privacy. The information needed to create the evidence is kept secret while providing strong assurances that the assertion being proven is accurate. The development of zero-knowledge proofs over the years has resulted in their widespread usage in a variety of practical contexts. The use of them is a major step forward in the field of applied cryptography.