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A zero-knowledge proof (ZKP) enables one to convince others that a statement is true without revealing any information on why this is the case. For example, one may want to prove that a number lies in a specific range without leaking the value of the number itself.  Zero-knowledge proofs are the core technical tool behind many of the privacy, policy compliance, and selective disclosure features in Findora.

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