@pilcowitz We definitely agree with those priorities, it’s extremely important to us that we’re doing is accessible and legible. To accomplish that we’ve developed and are using snarky, a high level programming language for writing zk-SNARK programs. The benefit is that the code written using snarky is almost equivale..
@FaraazNishtar It very likely will; However we view that as far less of an issue than it was a few years ago. The ZCash team has done a lot of great work on improving the process, and it’s now possible to perform a setup with hundreds of participants. There would only be issues if every one of those participants were to c..
@BlockEnthusiast Exactly. Our use of zk-SNARKs is primarily for enabling the succinct blockchain. We are looking into adding smart contracts later which we expect will have zk-SNARK support, so some form of privacy as a smart contract application should be possible.
@sitonakamoto No public tokenomics plans yet, but we're striving for a wide distribution