Enforcing Scalability and Data Integrity on Blockchain with Zero-Knowledge Proofby@authorityjoel
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Enforcing Scalability and Data Integrity on Blockchain with Zero-Knowledge Proof

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Zero-Knowledge Proof is a cryptographic and computational consensus mechanism that allows one party to prove to another party (The Verifier) that a certain statement is true or meets the requirement without revealing any information beyond the validity of the statement. Layer 2 and sidechain protocols such as Polygon, Starkware, Arbitrum, Loopring, Lightening network, and Matter Labs have deployed the use of zero-knowledge proof to perform batch transfer processing rolled into a single transaction off-chain and verified with the on-chain Ethereum smart contracts.

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Olusegun Joel Titus

Ph.D. Candidate. Blockchain Researcher, web3 technical writer, developer, and Audio platforms researcher.


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