Findora's Auditability Toolset

Findora users can prove important financial statements about encrypted information.

Findora is not only confidential but also auditable.

Unlike other confidential blockchains in which confidentiality is all-or-nothing, Findora can prove more nuanced statements with selective disclosure.

Selective disclosure allows users to prove financial transactions are correct and compliant without revealing any sensitive information.

Findora’s heavily optimized Bulletproofs have made selective disclosure practical enough for use in a decentralized public network.

Confidential asset transfer

Use cryptographic commitments to hide the details of a transaction while still enabling the network to confirm its validity.

Proof of solvency

Prove that the value of asset-backed tokens held by a fund or exchange exceeds its liabilities while keeping the balance sheet confidential.

Proof of whitelisted assets

Prove that the issuer of a confidential asset, such as stock in a hidden company, is whitelisted.

Privacy-preserving computation

Support sealed-bid auctions, fair lotteries, and private order-book matching, where the values of bids and asks are hidden until matched.

Balance range proofs

Use Bulletproofs to show that a confidential account balance or transfer amount falls within a specified range.

Confidential asset tracer

Place a hidden tracer on an asset so that the asset issuer (e.g. company issuing equity shares) can track the details of all ownership transfers while they remain confidential to the public.

Confidential multi-source payment

Submit confidential multi-source payments that hide from the recipient the amounts contributed from each source, revealing only the aggregate amount.

Capability-specific viewing keys

Authorize regulators with viewing keys that do not gain control of user accounts but allow regulators to confirm compliance without the user’s interaction. We enable fine-grained audit keys that selectively reveal only necessary information.