In the Era of Web3.0, “Privacy” is No Longer a Luxury

  1. One is that the data in IPFS itself does not affect privacy, but privacy problems arise after mapping to a specific identity;
  2. The other is that the data book contains private information that needs to be protected.
  1. Decentralized identity+differential privacy
  2. Zero knowledge proof
  3. Multi-party secure computing
  4. Homomorphic encryption
  5. Trusted hardware: TEE
  6. Local encryption



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