How fully homomorphic encryption supports blockchain privacy

19/07/2023 | Information Age

Blockchain technology has become a hot topic in recent years, with its potential benefits in enhancing security and efficiency in various industries. However, privacy remains a significant concern in the blockchain ecosystem. Fully Homomorphic Encryption (FHE) is a cryptographic technique that can potentially address this challenge by enhancing privacy without compromising the core principles of blockchain. While FHE has been talked about for many years, it is only now starting to realise its full potential in mitigating the privacy issues associated with blockchain.

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