Zero-Knowledge Proof

Zero-Knowledge Proof (ZK-Proof) is a cryptographic method where one party (the prover) demonstrates to another party (the verifier) that a given statement is true without revealing any additional information beyond the mere fact of the statement’s truth. The challenge lies in proving possession of certain information without disclosing it, ensuring that even after verification, the verifier cannot prove the statement to third parties. These proofs can be interactive or non-interactive, and they play a crucial role in privacy, authentication, and secure computation