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A zero-knowledge proof is a cryptographic mechanism which allows one party to prove a statement to another without revealing any information beyond the validity of the statement itself. This allows for a higher level of privacy and data security as the parties involved do not need to reveal their identities or sensitive data.

For information about zero-knowledge proof, please view guidance on this topic from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

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