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Zero-Knowledge Proofs (ZKPs)

Zero-knowledge proof systems that have received a lot of attention since their introduction are those that use a single message, such as proof of the existence of zero-knowledge or proof against a certain type of proof.

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Ensar Seker

Ensar Seker

Cybersecurity | Artificial Intelligence | Blockchain

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