The Intersection of Zero-knowledge Proofs and Verifiable Computingby@encapsulation

The Intersection of Zero-knowledge Proofs and Verifiable Computing

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Explore the realms of privacy-preserving computations through Secure Multi-Party Computation (MPC) and Homomorphic Encryption (HE). MPC facilitates joint computations while maintaining input privacy and correctness. HE, on the other hand, enables operations on encrypted data without decryption. Discover the significance of verifying MPC and HE, addressing challenges related to public verifiability, data authenticity, and integrity. Uncover the transformative potential of these privacy-centric technologies in constructing secure and verifiable computational frameworks.

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