Decentralized privacy computing solution ZEXE officially builds code base on Github

The new decentralized privacy computing solution ZEXE officially builds a code base on Github. The ZEXE program was proposed by researchers Sean Bowe (Zcash), Alessandro Chiesa (University of California, Berkeley), Matthew D. Green (Johns Hopkins University), and others by using the paper "Zexe: Enabling Decentralized Private Computation". Proof, recursive proof synthesis and other cryptographic knowledge, under the premise of protecting data privacy, achieve efficient chain calculation and chain verification. The program is currently in the stage of academic proof of concept.