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(Why) Bringing Privacy to Smart Contracts is Non-trivial
Private transactions are basically a solved problem for the consumer (although some challenges still remain for researchers). If we want to transfer cryptocurrency without revealing our balance or the transfer amount, we have acceptable options available like Zcash and Monero. The same cannot be said for private decentralized applications or
One of our research areas is to create a secure, private, flexible smart contract scheme (“SPF,” hence the name “Sunscreen”). What initially started as a small(er) project to instantiate private smart contracts on Ethereum has become much more ambitious once we realized we cannot achieve our vision for a
ETHWaterloo2 Hackathon - Season Finale!
What a busy few months it's been for us at NuCypher. After a stretch in Europe for ETHBerlin, Web3 Summit, and Berlin Blockchain Week, we parted ways before quickly reuniting in Japan for Devcon5, Osaka! On the eve of our IRL team reunification we announced the NuCypher official public testnet