zKML prioritizes user privacy through advanced cryptographic algorithms and robust privacy protocols. zKML leverages zero-knowledge proofs (ZKPs), a novel technique that allows one party to prove a statement to another party without revealing any additional information. zKML implements ZKPs using zk-SNARKs, a specific type of ZKP that is succinct, non-interactive, and publicly verifiable. zKML also employs homomorphic encryption, a method that allows computations to be performed on encrypted data without decrypting it. By combining these technologies, zKML enables users to preserve their privacy and security in a decentralized web3 environment.

Use cases

Privacy-Preserving Payments:

zKML is a web3 technology that enables users to perform confidential transactions, hiding the amount, sender, and receiver of each payment. zKML also allows users to run smart contracts on encrypted data, accessing various decentralized services without revealing their identity or activity. zKML uses zero-knowledge proofs (ZKPs) to verify the validity and integrity of transactions, without exposing any sensitive information. zKML also protects users from external threats, such as surveillance, censorship, front-running, and price manipulation, by obscuring the transaction graph, metadata, order, and timing. zKML also gives users the option to disclose selective information to trusted parties, such as auditors or regulators, using ZKP-based proofs.

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