Zero Knowledge Privacy in Regulated Financial Transactions
This month Least Authority organized a panel with Singapore University of Social Sciences and Electric Coin Company on zero knowledge proofs and their role in AML/KYC compliance. Liz facilitated the conversation about the opportunities and challenges for financial privacy with the use of zero knowledge proofs.
Many thanks to our panelists: Jack Gavigan, Nasim Jenkouk, and Raymond Yeh.
Authors Lewi, Mohassel, and Roy explore solutions that would retain the privacy properties of asymmetric PAKEs while eliminating the need for more than one message to be sent out for verifying credentials, which is a current limitation hindering wider adoption.
Similar to a book club, our “Paper Club” is a periodic meeting where we discuss a paper as a team. Sometimes it's a new paper, sometimes an older one.