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2021 in Review: How We Contributed to Web3

2021 seems to be the year that we all accepted the term “Web3” as the way to refer to the collective movements of decentralizing infrastructure and empowering users to be in control. It means the next generation of the Internet and beyond, which includes the  tokenization of things for digital

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Zero Knowledge Privacy in Regulated Financial Transactions

Zero knowledge proofs (ZKPs) are an extremely robust, privacy-enhancing tool that can prove a computational statement is true without revealing the data behind it.  While still at the early adoption stage, ZKPs are gaining traction as a potential solution to a vast array of privacy conundrums. These cryptographic building blocks

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Releasing Three Zcash Security Audit Reports

At the request of Zcash Company, the team at Least Authority had the opportunity to provide security consulting services on Zcash’s major 2018 releases. This included auditing Zcashd v1.0.15 (as part of the Sprout 1.0.x series), reviewing and providing feedback on the Overwinter and Sapling Specifications for future implementation, and a security review of the

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