zk-SNARK is a powerful primitive for blockchain privacy and scalability, and in this article, sCrypt showed what zk-SNARK is and how to implement it on Bitcoin.
sCrypt have demonstrated how to verify a single BLS signature on Bitcoin and how BLS’s main power lies in aggregated signatures and keys.
The transpiler facilitates developers to migrate their applications onto the Bitcoin network from Ethereum and other Solidity/EVM-compatible blockchains without writing code from scratch.
In this article, sCrypt demonstrates how pairings can be implemented directly on Bitcoin and thus enable all kinds of pairing-based cryptography applications previously thought impossible.
The Bitcoin Association introduced a new Smart Contract Transpiler. The tool allows developers to easily translate code from Ethereum's Solidity language into Bitcoin SV's sCrypt.The latter is a much more scalable blockchain with minimal transaction fees.
The sCrypt founder and CEO has launched a smart contract transpiler which is “sort of like an automatic conversion tool where you can take an Ethereum [smart] contract written in Solidity and it generates the equivalent sCrypt code.”
One of the big announcements from the BSV Global Blockchain Convention was the introduction of a smart contract transpiler, which can port code written in Ethereum’s Solidity into Bitcoin sCrypt.
The BSV Global Blockchain Convention in Dubai came to a close on Thursday as speakers and panelists provided audience members with the latest developments in the BSV blockchain industry.
The third day of the convention sees regulations, tokenization, smart contracts, blockchain in Africa and Asia, Environmental, Social and Governance, and more among the topics for discussion.
A ring signature is a digital signature that allows a message to be signed by a member of a group, or a ring. It proves that someone in the ring signs, but there is no way to tell who the signer is.
sCrypt generalizes the proof of knowledge of a private key using zero-knowledge proof techniques, constructing arbitrary complex puzzles, called zero-knowledge puzzles, as spending conditions.