The Zero-Knowledge Proof Hackathon was declared "an overwhelming success," with 928 participants, of which three emerged as winners, taking home $45,000 each.
The hackathon, aimed at encouraging developers to build new applications using zero-knowledge proofs (ZKPs) while growing the BSV community, proved to be an overwhelming success with more than 920 participants and 60 submissions received covering a range of subjects and use cases.
The coding segment for the 2022 Zero-Knowledge Proof Hackathon concludes, participated by 929 individuals, all with the goal of creating a project that could run on the BSV blockchain.
Outsourcing arbitrary computation securely and privately on a blockchain needs Zero Knowledge Proof to validate encrypted solution and prevent data from leaking.
The application of Zero-Knowledge Proof machine learning on Bitcoin's neural networks allows sensitive data to be kept private while its algorithmic model is made public for transparency.