The Web3
zk-Credential network

zkMe is a decentralized Web3 credential network that leverages the power of zero-knowledge proofs to enable secure and private credential issuance and verification.

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Identity infrastructure for the mass adoption of Web3

Create Web3 value with zkMe advanced techniques

  • Multi-chain

    zkMe is blockchain-agnostic and supports all blockchain networks, updating at each chain's native speed and cost. It provides a standardized interface for smart contracts to send messages across blockchains with a single method call.

  • Scalabilities

    zkMe is designed to be highly scalable, with a flexible framework that can retrieve data from any API, connect with existing systems, and integrate with any current or future blockchain.

  • Privacy-preserving

    ZKP, TSS, TEE, FHE, and MPC involve converting the user's information into a mathematical equation that can be verified without revealing any of the underlying information.

Become part of zkMe's worldwide open-source community

zkMe is a technology created by a network of developers, researchers, and users to improve the blockchain system. Join the community and help develop the most reliable decentralized identity oracle network in the world.

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zkMe News

  • zkMe: The Simple Solution to Complex Web3 Privacy Challenges

    As Web3 continues to evolve, the need for secure and private identification methods...

    May 11, 2023

  • Pathfinder Campaign Mission 1 : Journey to Your Own Identity

    The Pathfinder event invites you to embark on a thrilling journey of self-discovery and...

    Apr 19, 2023

  • Pathfinder Campaign : Towards a New Journey for Credential Verification

    Fellow zkMer, Ready to explore new frontiers of decentralized identity in Web3? Become....

    Apr 18, 2023

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