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2020 IEEE Conference on Application, Information and Network Security (AINS)
Zero-knowledge proofs have always provided a clear solution when it comes to conveying information from a prover to a verifier or vice versa without revealing essential information about the process. Advancements in zero-knowledge have helped develop proofs which are succinct and provide non-interactive arguments of knowledge along with maintaining the zeroknowledge criteria. zk-SNARKs (Zero knowledge Succinct Non-Interactive Argument of Knowledge) are one such method that outshines itself whendoi:10.1109/ains50155.2020.9315064 fatcat:bon2f4jdrveujh6gjqey6ew7yu