Originally aired on May 8, 2023
Yuki Yuminaga, an analyst and expert in zero-knowledge computing, talks about zero-knowledge proof (ZKP), an emerging cryptographic primitive that allows proving the validity of certain information without disclosing it. ZKP can compress data and verify the validity of data, making it valuable in the crypto and non-crypto space.
What is ZKP and how does it work?
- ZKP is the application of polynomial functions to prove the validity of information.
- It allows verification of information that is not known, by extrapolating data with just a few points.
- ZKP compresses data and verifies the validity of data.
- ZKP roll-up projects are using ZKP in the form of ZK VM or ZEVM to focus on network scaling.
00:57 – What is Zero-knowledge proof (zkp) and how this can be used?
5:12 – Business used of data compression
10:28 – Different approaches in ZK
18:30 – What is the future of Layer2 scalability?
22:15 – Rollups vs App chains
24:17 – ZKP rollups as exchange
35:09 – ZK optimization
37:00 – Is the future of bridging the ZK?
47:40 – the future of ZK for scalability