This article was first published on Komodo
This series of posts is called the Tech Tuesday Updates. Along with AMA Mondays on Komodo’s subreddit and the Five Bullet Fridays weekly newsletter, Tech Tuesday Updates will be another weekly piece of content to look forward to.
In case you’ve missed a previous edition and want to catch up, you can find all the previous Tech Tuesday updates here.
Last week in week 8 we began to look at the innovations that Komodo makes for the blockchain industry with part 1 for 2019. In this week, we take a break from review of innovations already made and return for a look at what has happened in the past week. We will return with blockchain innovations series in the coming week or two.
MuSig crypto-condition for mass multi signature & quantum resistant transactions with dilithium scheme
Komodo now supports key aggregation and security from MuSig’s plain public key model. The new MuSig cryptoconditions loadable module also supports quantum resistant transactions with the dilithium signature scheme.
The discord channel #cc-musig collaborated for some public tests. The results are a 1000-key jointly signed transaction. Lead dev jl777 also performed the first quantum resistant transaction on Komodo using the dilithium signature scheme.
The keys used for the 1000 jointly signed MuSig transaction are 1000.json (LINK to json media). The tests are reproducible by modifying the original test python script to automate to accept this json file for input.
A multi-signature scheme is a combination of a signing and verification algorithm. MuSig is a “simple” scheme that combines support for key aggregation and security in the plain public key model. A verifier does ...
To keep reading, please go to the original article at: