Cardinal and Nethermind to collaborate on Aleph Zero’s privacy layer, Liminal
We’re excited to announce that a new partner has joined the journey of developing the best-in-class privacy framework—Aleph Zero’s Liminal. Nethermind will join Cardinal Cryptography, Aleph Zero’s core research and development team, in efforts to further build out the ZK- and MPC-powered privacy layer. With prior work executed for the Ethereum Foundation, Starkware, Aave, and
Aleph Zero Monthly Update: Smart Contracts and Validators
With 670 smart contracts deployed on our testnet and 70 community validators setting up their nodes, July was pretty intense not only for our dev team but—perhaps more importantly—for the Aleph Zero community. Testnet Open For Community Validators After months of careful planning and development, we finally reached a major milestone in decentralizing the Aleph
Smart Contracts to Debut on the Aleph Zero Testnet on June 22nd
On June 22nd, smart contracts will debut on the Aleph Zero testnet. Here’s what it means for the project and the broader community. Starting June 22nd, smart contracts will be made available on the Aleph Zero testnet, following their experimental release via the Smartnet network on January 27th, 2022. Aleph Zero smart contracts fact checklist
Fundamentals: What Are Zero-knowledge Proofs?
One of the most exciting developments in the blockchain space is the broad adoption of zero-knowledge proofs (ZKPs). This technology offers superior transparency, immutability, and privacy, but how exactly do ZKPs do this? In the past decade, blockchain technology has been recognized for its numerous applications in a wide range of sectors. Whether we are
Gatenox: Seamless, Privacy-first Decentralized Identity Built on Aleph Zero
Led by a former founder and CEO of Coinfirm, Gatenox aims to become a go-to decentralized identity wallet for exchanges, fintech companies, and banks. Users, on the other hand, will be able to profit from sharing their data. Gatenox is a new-generation decentralized identity wallet that allows exchanges, applications, Web 3.0 services, as well as
Privacy and Blockchain: How to Make it Work?
Private blockchains have been a subject of debate for a long time now. Ensuring compliance by design, as well as solving a variety of practical and regulatory challenges is the way to go. Here’s how to make it work while ensuring longevity. The Current State of Public Blockchains The digital era has revolutionized the ways
Introducing Liminal: a Multichain Privacy Layer for Web 3.0
The Aleph Zero team is proud to announce Liminal—our take on what a best-in-class interchain privacy solution should look like. As an outgrowth of Aleph Zero, Liminal offers added security and privacy measures while also serving as a portal to other blockchains. Transactions will be supported between platforms with bridges to Aleph Zero—Ethereum, Near, Kusama,