ZCoin is a cryptographic extension to Bitcoin. It is a cryptocurrency for private transactions. It uses the Zerocoin protocol and zero-knowledge cryptographic proofs to allow fully anonymous currency transactions.
Its system uses standard cryptographic assumptions and does not introduce new trusted parties or otherwise change the security model of Bitcoin.
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Ian Miers, Christina Garman, Matthew Green and Aviel D. Rubin
Zerocoin: Anonymous Distributed E-Cash from Bitcoin
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- Cluster: Blockchain & cryptocurrencyA cluster of topics related to blockchain and cryptocurrency.
- Privacy cryptocurrencyA specialized form of cryptocurrencies focused on maintaining the privacy and anonymity of individuals transaction with them.
- ZcashZcash is a cryptocurrency utilizing zero-knowledge proof cryptography to protect the privacy of transactions.
- Zero-knowledge proofZero Knowledge Proofs don't reveal any information except the statement it is trying to prove.