Private Authantication using Zero Knowledge Proof

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Zero knowledge proof is a merging field in cryptography, and more importantly it allow one party to prove to another party that they know a value x, without conveying any information apart from the fact that they know the value x. It is not practical to develop an zero knowledge proof, end-to-end system for government to use within a 2-day hackathon, therefore I try to demonstrate the zero knowledge proof functionality using a newly-developed 3rd party services called NuID. NuID was mentioned on the Zero Knowledge Podcast few months ago. NuID is an open-source trustless authentication API and decentralized identity solution based on zero knowledge proof for websites and applications.

#privacy #zeroknowledge #cryptography

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Safeguarding citizens privacy and ownership of their personal data

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