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You are using the expression "zero-knowledge proof" but it does not mean what you believe it to mean. A ZKP proof is a kind of cryptographic protocol by which a Prover demonstrates to a Verifier a given property on a secret value. The proof is "zero-knowledge" if it does not divulge any extra information to the verifier. For instance, suppose that there is ...



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