Welcome to the official resources page of the ZKProof Standardization effort.
ZKProof is an open-industry academic initiative that seeks to mainstream zero-knowledge proof (ZKP) cryptography through an inclusive, community-driven standardization process that focuses on interoperability and security. Annually-held ZKProof workshops, attended by world-renowned cryptographers, practitioners and industry leaders, are the optimal forum for discussing new proposals, reviewing cutting edge projects and advancing a community reference document that will ultimately serve as a trusted specification for the implementation of ZKP schemes and protocols. To learn more, visit the main ZKProof site.
This page is a collection of all the different documentation related to the ZKProof Standardization effort. From the code of conduct, to paper submissions and workshop notes, all documents are free to use and are distributed under the CC BY 4.0 license. Specifically, the ZKProof Community Reference document should be used as a reference for best practice of the field of zero-knowledge proofs, and is a result of a collaboration between dozens of researchers, developers and practitioners.
- Latest version of the ZKProof Community Reference document
- Papers accepted to the 3rd ZKProof Workshop - Home Edition
This page is open to contributions, anyone is welcome to submit an edit, to add resources or further information. In order to contribute, please create an issue or submit a pull request on the main repository. You can also contact us directly through email at [email protected].
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