Many distributed ledger networks, including blockchain, have problems such as high transaction fees and delays in the transaction approval process. In principle, information on public chains is stored in a state that an unspecified number of people can view. In exchange for transparency, even information that is originally supposed to be kept secret is disclosed to the public. This has limited the scope of the application of blockchain technology to a minimal extent.
We are working with Ryodan Systems AG to research and develop a protocol layer based on zero-knowledge proofs to solve these problems.
By combining Ryodan Systems' Intmax and vector-based high-speed analysis processing, we have established a research and development system that encompasses both the software and hardware domains, aiming to protect confidential information and speed up the verification process.