On Feb. 1, part of the Ethereum blockchain became anonymous. This is all thanks to the Aztec protocol that Thomas Walton-Pock and his team launched on the network’s mainnet last week. Designs of Aztec is not only to provide a high level of privacy on the ETH blockchain but also, according to its creators, it […]
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.