Ernst & Young rolls out solution for private transactions
A multinational auditing and consulting company – Ernst & Young – launches brand new solution for private transactions in Ethereum.
The company released the press release yesterday staying that the project called Ops Chain Public Edition is the first-ever sample of integration of zero-knowledge proof (ZKP) to the public Ethereum blockchain. The company is attempting to get a patent for this technology now.
"EY Ops chain PE is a first-of-its-kind application and a major step forward that empowers blockchain adoption. Private blockchains give enterprises transaction privacy, but at the expense of reduced security and resiliency. With zero-knowledge proofs, organizations can transact on the same network as their competition in complete privacy and without giving up the security of the public Ethereum blockchain," commented Paul Brody, EY Global Innovation Leader in the press release
Technically, ZKP represents a cryptographic tool with which the parties can prove that a "secret is true without revealing the actual secret". It was reported that with the new private technology the companies will become able to sell/create and manage tokens on the public network with all records staying private.
Notably, Ernst & Young has also announced a monitoring instrument that will help the companies audit and control their own ZKP transactions.
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