A new programming language, debuted at Devcon Tuesday, promises to boost levels of privacy to the ethereum blockchain.
The developer of zcash has announced the first integration of its zero-knowledge privacy tech into JPMorgan's enterprise grade Quorum blockchain.
While in its earliest stages of development, a new form of cryptography is winning developers for its potential to power truly private blockchains.
Part of a zcash transaction was verified on an ethereum testnet amidst testing for the upcoming Byzantium upgrade.
Privacy-oriented Zcash is getting a speed boost with researchers investing a faster elliptic curve for generating zk-SNARKs transactions.
Privacy and confidentiality are big-ticket priorities for the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, ethereum-focused consortium launched in February.
Work on integrating Zcash's privacy-focused tech with ethereum’s distributed applications platform has reached a notable new stage.