Unlike Bitcoin, the Ethereum cryptographic protocol allows the storage of private, hashed data and transactions — but it takes a lot of computational power to verify that a hashed dataset is what its own says it is. StarkWare’s founders developed zero-knowledge scalable transparent arguments of knowledge (ZK-STARK), a method for verifying the integrity of confidential data without revealing the data itself and without slowing movements within the crypto infrastructure to a crawl. The company offers tools that make it easy for crypto developers to use ZK-STARK proofs on Ethereum.
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