Published by Pol Lanski the 6th of August 2020
Today we’re unveiling the zk-rollup we have been working on for the past year.
Posted by Sacha Saint-Leger on April 17, 2020
In this tutorial we’ll guide you through the creation and execution of your first zero-knowledge proof using our circom and snarkjs libraries. We assume as little background knowledge as possible and do our best to explain the relevant concepts from first-principles.
Posted by Sacha Saint-Leger on March 27, 2020
We’re excited to announce the release of a new circom library – circom v0.5. This release marks a big step towards writing production ready circuits.
Posted by Sacha Saint-Leger on March 19, 2020
Recently, you may have noticed that we’ve been talking a great deal about zkRollup - an Ethereum scaling solution. And you may have (rightly) wondered why we care so much about zkRollup, given that our mission is to create a censorship resistant identity system.
This post is an attempt to explain the link between the two.
Posted by Jordi Baylina on March 6, 2020
We’re happy to announce that our zkRollup is now up and running on Göerli :)
Posted by Sacha Saint-Leger on February 25, 2020
Building off our devcon success, we’re excited to announce a second version of our TrustCommunity app. The emphasis this time around is very much on collaborative decision making and decentralised social validation. While very much an initial experiment, we see this as a tool that will help facilitate community self-organisation and self-governance going forward.
Posted by Sacha Saint-Leger on February 10, 2020
Building off our earlier post on Merkle trees, here we cover a slightly more complex data structure called a sparse Merkle tree. This is the data structure we use at Iden3.
Posted by Sacha Saint-Leger on January 30, 2020
In this visual essay, we try our best to explain Merkle trees from first principles.
Posted by Sacha Saint-Leger on December 12, 2019
By some estimates zkRollup could help Ethereum increase its throughput to 3000 transactions per second (tps). This essay is an attempt to verify this claim.
Posted by Sacha Saint-Leger on November 28, 2019
This essay is an attempt – from first principles – to answer the following question: Is mass surveillance compatible with the collective good?
Posted by Sacha Saint-Leger on November 22, 2019
During this year’s Devcon, more than 400 people took part in our TrustCommunity experiment, interacting with each other and earning tokens. As of Nov 11, they’ve been able to send a zk-proof to claim their reward. Here’s how it all works under the hood 🤓
Posted by Sacha Saint-Leger on November 4, 2019
If you’re one of the (just over) 400 people who took part in our TrustCommunity experiment at Devcon, from today — November 11th — you’ll finally be able to claim your reward! Here’s how.
Posted by Sacha Saint-Leger on October 18, 2019
By changing how we think about identity we hope to provide a natural technological check on the ability of institutions to abuse their power, and create a world in which anyone, anywhere, can express her beliefs without fear of being coerced into silence.
Posted by Sacha Saint-Leger on October 3, 2019
Hello and welcome to TrustCommunity 💙 – an app we’ve built together with DeversiFi for Devcon V that offers a glimpse into the future of identity applications. In this playbook we cover the rules of the game, what’s in it for you, as well as some important points on security.
Posted by Sacha Saint-Leger on September 30, 2019
We’re teaming up with DeversiFi to create an experimental identity app for this year’s Devcon. Participants will be able to connect, play a game with each other, and generate a zero-knowledge proof to earn Nectar tokens. Follow us on twitter @trust_comm for updates. See you in Osaka 🚀
Posted by Sacha Saint-Leger on September 12, 2019
Our modern power structures are failing us miserably. No matter how well meaning, our leaders no longer seem to be able to solve the increasingly complex problems facing our society. The solution begins with changing the way we think about identity.
Posted by Sacha Saint-Leger on August 29, 2019
If history has taught us anything, it’s that power belongs to those who control the information. Right now that power belongs to the gatekeepers of our identities: governments and corporations. Decentralized identity systems put the power back in our hands.
Posted by David Schwartz on August 22, 2019
Jordi Baylina talked at DAppCon conference in Berlin about WebSnark, the iden3 library for zkSNARKs execution. WebSnark is built in WebAssembly so that it can be executed on the browser.
Posted by David Schwartz on April 10, 2019
Iden3 hopes to become an open standard for Self Sovereign Identity. We intend to deliver a reference Open Source implementation of the protocol that can be used by end users very soon.
Posted by David Schwartz on March 12, 2019
Jordi Baylina and David Schwartz updated the audience about the iden3 project objectives, development of new protocols and modules for the complete identity management solution, and the state of the zero-knowledge proof technology with some example use cases that could be developed on top of it.
Posted by Jordi Baylina on September 12, 2018
Recently, an association called 0KIMS was created to develop and launch a new distributed blockchain-based identity management solution: iden3. Here’s an introduction.