TRONZ, the community developing team behind the anonymity technology of TRON’s main chain, declared it is conducting a Mainnet Multi-Party Computation (MPC) before it finally launches the TRON ecosystem’s high-anticipated privacy coin.
According to an update, the MPC Torch Project, a sophisticated zero-knowledge proof scheme safeguarding people’s privacy, seeks to utilize zk-SNARKS-based anonymity to reshape the internet.
TRONZ, with the primary goals of improving the security and credibility of the setup by offering a set of fair and reliable parameters for all of humanity, is inviting the TRON community to take part in the MPC Torch Project.
Through the community’s participation, TRONZ will give out $100 to privacy protocol foundations for each participant in the projects.
“By contributing to the MPC, you’re supporting every privacy project thereafter,” a post by TRON Foundation has indicated.
“You will be contributing to mankind’s exploration of a true privacy protocol. We are calling on the community to be part of it.”
Interested participants are enjoined to visit Github to get vital information on the participation steps.
TRONZ is conducting a Mainnet MPC before the launch of the privacy coin. The MPC Torch Project seeks to utilize zk-SNARKS-based anonymity to reshape the Internet. https://t.co/wHe7UatnG7
— TRON Foundation (@Tronfoundation) January 30, 2020
Through the privacy initiative, the TRONZ Foundation says it is undergoing the largest privacy protocol MPC in history to set the new Guinness World Record.
The privacy protocol designed and developed by TRONZ team is arguably the largest MPC, a development, the TRONZ team refers as “a great miracle in the history of blockchain and setting the height for blockchain technology, at the forefront of the world’s most advantaged technology”.