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JPMorgan Tests Ethereum Privacy Technology with AZTEC

JPMorgan Tests Ethereum Privacy Technology with AZTEC

JPMorgan Chase has announced that it is testing a new privacy protocol called as zero-knowledge proofs to allow private transactions efficiently. The protocol that has been built by AZTEC, a London blockchain startup, is aimed at allowing efficient encryption of blockchain data at lesser costs. As stated, JPMorgan’s Quorum team is testing AZTEC with an intent to industrialize zero-knowledge proofs for Quorum.

JPM Coin is Not a Cryptocurrency, Claims Cheddar Reporter

JPMorgan Clarifies That JPM Coin is Not a Cryptocurrency

JPMorgan has cleared that JPM Coin is not a cryptocurrency, which can be used for trading purpose, rather it is a stable coin created for payments processing and settling debts within JPMorgan Chase. Umar Farooq, JP Morgan’s head of digital treasury services and blockchain, has linked the launch of the coin to the firm’s decision to meet its customers’ demand for a secure and instant payments processing platform.

Blockchain Based Payment System

JP Morgan Chase to Add New Features to its Blockchain Based Payment System

JP Morgan chase will soon integrate a real-time verification for transactions done via its Interbank Information Network. The IIN is based on Blockchain technology. This Blockchain Based Payment System resolves erroneous payments which happen due to any data compliance issue. With this system, the payment clearance issues linked with multiple banks get solved easily. Currently, […]

JPMorgan Tests Ethereum Privacy Technology with AZTEC

J.P. Morgan Bangs Crypto World By Introducing America’s First Digital Dollar

J.P. Morgan has announced the launch of America’s first digital coin, dubbed as JPM Coin, that represents the U.S. Dollar. The firm has disclosed its plans to extend the virtual coin to other currencies in the coming days. Built on Quorum, an enterprise grade Ethereum blockchain, JPM Coin allows users enjoy instantaneous transfer of payments between institutional accounts, along with ensuring confidentiality and security from potential frauds.