Public blockchains represent a paradigm shift in digital transactions, offering a transparent and decentralized ledger accessible to anyone. However, this very transparency can present privacy challenges. One notable concern is…
The Real Web 3.0! The Dark Forest of blockchains & DeFi, the forest's heart is filled with both exciting opportunities & complex challenges.
Introducing the initial building block: the Elliptic curve DLP primitive. Subsequently, in the forthcoming series, we will delve into other primitives such as Bilinear mapping, Knowledge of exponentiation, and groups of unknown orders.
ERC-2771 is a protocol designed for authenticating users in transactions relayed through a third party. It plays a pivotal role in reducing transaction costs and streamlining operations on the blockchain. However, this convenience comes with a hidden risk.
In the previous edition of the ZK cryptography series, we thoroughly explored the fundamentals of our first computational problem DLP with its application in the Elliptic curve for higher security guarantees in ZK proofs.
On the surface, stablecoins sound like a dream come true for crypto investors. However, digging a little deeper raises several questions about their backing. At the end of the day, can the companies selling them even be trusted?
EIP-6963 is going to be a game changer in the user’s experience of interacting with DApps and it will allow new players to come into the wallet space and have a fair chance of competing with other wallets.
Data has become the vigor of the digital age, powering industries, economies, and societies worldwide. Whether personal information, financial records, intellectual property, or trade secrets, data is the driving force behind decision-making, innovation, and business operations. However, data security has emerged as a paramount concern with the increasing digitization of our lives and businesses.
The BonqDAO security breach that occurred on February 2, 2023, had far-reaching consequences for the platform, its users, and the wider DeFi ecosystem. The attack exploited a vulnerability in the integration of the Tellor Oracle system, which BonqDAO relied on for obtaining token price information.
The attackers exploited a reentrancy vulnerability in the Orion Protocol's core contract, ExchangeWithOrionPool, by constructing a fake token (ATK) with self-destruct capability that led to the transfer() function.