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Zero-Knowledge Proofs, Explained | Cointelegraph

1. A zero-knowledge proof is a digital protocol that allows for data to be shared between two parties without the use of a password or any other information associated with the transaction. In its most basic sense, a zero-knowledge proof (also commonly referred to as ZKP) can be thought of as a protocol through which a digital authentication process can be facilitated without the use of any passwords or other sensitive data. As a result …

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Former Employees of JP Morgan, Intel and TrustToken Launch Stablecoin

The Global Currency Organization (GCO) is launching a new U.S. dollar-backed stablecoin, dubbed the USD Digital (USDD). In an Oct. 1 press release shared with Cointelegraph, the GCO announced the launch of the USDD, a new stablecoin pegged to the U.S. dollar. The organization, which is a new project led by former employees of JPMorgan, Intel and TrustToken, said that it plans to make the stablecoin model available to a worldwide network of partners, to …

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