=nil; Crypto3 was established in April of 2018 by =nil; Foundation to fulfill the need in development team for Crypto3 cryptography suite.
Since that time the team has evolved into a standalone for-profit organization fulfilling research and development needs in cryptography for various foundations, companies, projects etc.
=nil; Crypto3 cryptography suite was used to enable zkSNARKs computation within FreeTON virtualized environment.
Weighted thresholdizer construction allows to turn pretty large class of signature schemes to weighted threshold signatures.
Weighted threshold Boneh-Lynn-Shacam signature scheme allows to precisely express complex scheme participants weight distribution. Interactive and non-interactive modifications are available along with weighted signature aggregation.
Modern cryptography suite implemented in Rust. Uses the same architecture type traits as Crypto3 along with the same backend implementation in YASM. Includes permutative, public key, zero-knowledge cryptograhy along with verifiable delay functions, threshold schemes and cryptographic accumulators.
Cryptographically provable staking is based on weighted threshold signature schemes and allows to select cluster leader within authenticated transaction log database cluster even if data is corrupt.
=nil;Crypto3 cryptography suite converted for in-Boost usage. Header-only, statically typed, proven schemes implemented with proven techniques in C++14 for famous commons library set.
Chia Network Proof-of-Space competition winning consensus primitive implementation with block ciphers and hashes from =nil; Crypto3 cryptography suite.
Chia Network VDF competition awarded VDF library implementation for =nil; Crypto3 cryptography suite.
Elliptic-Curve DSA threshold signature scheme modification with reduced setup time and extremely performant signing.
Modern cryptography suite implemented in C++. Statically typed, C++14, stack-only. Includes permutative, public key, zero-knowledge cryptograhy along with verifiable delay functions, threshold schemes and cryptographic accumulators.