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Zero-knowledge proofs are a (new) form of cryptography that allows you to proof certain things without disclosing any information (pretty sure someone can explain it better).

This link is a demo page that has some zero-knowledge proofs (zkSNAKS) programmed in WebAssembly which is a new and fast way to run code in a browser. It's not a test, just an interactive demo to show that it works.






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