A little while ago, we reported how ShadowCash’s Zero Knowledge Anonymity solution was available for testing on the public testnet. After receiving a lot of feedback from the SDC community, a second round of testing has begun. Let’s see what this round is all about, shall we?
The second round of ZK-shadow testing serves the same purpose as round one, as the plan is to test the viability of the current anonymity scheme. To be more specific, the testing of dual-key stealth addresses, unique ring signatures and non-interactive zero knowledge proofs.
Once this second round of testing has concluded, the results will form the foundation for a comprehensive technical whitepaper. This whitepaper will outline the Zero Knowledge Anonymity protocol, which is something a lot of cryptocurrency enthusiasts will be looking forward to.
A transaction from the ShadowCash testnet has been posted on BitcoinTalk, showing us the Zero Knowledge Anonymity solution appears to be working pretty well. In this transaction, you can clearly see how it says “From address : unknown”.
Detailed instructions for participating in the second round of testing can be found here :