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Lawmakers Finally Took Data Privacy Seriously - 2019 Regulatory Roundup
January 13, 2020 by Kirill Bryanov

Data privacy has long been seen as one of the major non-monetary usages of blockchain technology. Many governments and corporations are already running recordkeeping systems based on distributed ledgers to securely store internal data.

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Look! There! Where? Emerging Use Cases for ZKPs in 2019
January 03, 2020 by Anna Rose

2019 was a big year in the Zero Knowledge research space. Great advancements were made on zkSNARKs, zkSTARKs – both well-known zero knowledge proof cryptography protocols – universal set-ups, optimisations, and more.

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Data Privacy Expert Provides Predictions for 2020
December 25, 2019 by Jay Bartlett

Jonathan Rouach, CEO and Co-founder of QEDIT, said: Zero-knowledge proof (ZKP) cryptography, a fundamental part of the privacy-enhancing tech industry, received broad validation over the course of 2019.

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Samsung gets zsnarky with its blockchain to avoid data leaks
November 14, 2019 by Andrew Hayward

QEDIT, a company that provides zero-knowledge proof (ZKP) asset transfer technology to partners, today announced an alliance with Samsung SDS, a subsidiary of the South Korean tech giant, to implement its technology into Samsung’s Nexledger blockchain.

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Deloitte Adds Privacy Tech to Its Education-Credentials Blockchain
October 29, 2019 by Ian Allison

Professional services giant Deloitte has added zero-knowledge proof privacy tech to its enterprise blockchain offering. Announced Tuesday at the ZKProof Community Event in Amsterdam, Deloitte has…

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Tradeshift and QEDIT join forces to address blockchain privacy in trade finance
October 23, 2019 by Maddy White

Business ecommerce firm Tradeshift has linked up with Qedit, a privacy-enhancing technology solutions provider, to develop zero knowledge proofs (ZKPs) for trade finance transactions making use of blockchain technology.

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Kaleido Blockchain Implements QEDIT's Zero-Knowledge Proof Solution
September 15, 2019 by Adrian Zmudzinksi

Enterprise blockchain startup Kaleido, a part of ConsenSys’s venture studio, became the first to implement crypto privacy firm QEDIT’s zero-knowledge proof solution.

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Facebook and Libra are Preparing to Shake Up the E-Commerce World
August 20, 2019 by Sarah Austin

Chances are, if you’re a merchant and you’re selling goods via Facebook, you’ve heard about Libra. Libra is one of the hottest topics around the globe right now, with everyone from politicians to the general public discussing its incredible potential.

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6 cybersecurity startups transforming global risk management
August 08, 2019 by Lisa Ardill

The World Economic Forum (WEF) has selected 56 emerging tech firms from around the world for its 2019 Technology Pioneers, six of which are cybersecurity start-ups promising to transform international data privacy and digital protection for the better.

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Don't Lose 4% of Company's Global Turnover Due to Regulatory Negligence
July 11, 2019 by Jonathan Rouach

In the GDPR defined compliance era, the mishandling of data has become more and more costly for enterprises from a financial and reputational standpoint. As such, a strong compliance culture should be top of the list of priorities.

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VMware And Other Leading Enterprises Partner With Blockchain Company to Implement Data Privacy
May 07, 2019 by Rachel Wolfson

VMware, Ant Financial and RGAX (a subsidiary of RGA – Reinsurance Group of America) have announced today a partnership with QEDIT, an Israeli blockchain security company, to implement data privacy solutions across their blockchain networks.

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Privacy Protocols Could Be Good For Business
March 21, 2019 by Paddy Baker

Anonymous cryptocurrencies are still controversial, and are more often associated with the dark web than with the corporate establishment. Privacy coins have had a hard time with regulators, and are even outlawed in Japan, an otherwise crypto-friendly jurisdiction.

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