Litentry Partners with zkPass for Secure Data Sharing

June 1, 2024 | by

Litentry, which is itself a TEE-based privacy-preserving identity oracle, has partnered with zkPass, a company specializing in decentralized identity. This integration seeks to transform secure data sharing through conformity using zkPass’s new zkTLS oracle protocol alongside Litentry’s capabilities.

🌐 We’re excited to announce our partnership with @zkPass , leading the way in decentralized identity!

Integrating zkPass’s 3P-TLS and Hybrid ZK technologies with Litentry’s expertise sets new standards for secure, verifiable data sharing.
​@zkPass offers innovative solutions…

— Litentry (@litentry) June 1, 2024

zkPass Introduces Innovative Solutions for Secure Data Sharing

This partnership shows a progress in improving security and privacy in decentralized identity space. When integrating zkPass’s 3P-TLS and Hybrid ZK with Litentry’s successful identity solutions experience, the partnership redefines data exchange security and verifiability.

zkPass provides innovative solutions to allow users to share data securely and privately from any HTTPS website without using OAuth APIs. This approach increases the confidentiality and integrity of the information shared hence addressing some of the major concerns that exist in the area of computer and technology.

There is high anticipation for the Season 2 of the IdentityGala, with zkPass set for a comeback. The contest has a significant pool of $50,000 to encourage developers, innovators and anyone interested in the fresh developments in decentralized identity technology.

Secure Data Sharing Takes Center Stage with zkPass and Litentry

This partnership further emphasizes the need to embrace privacy and security in social interactions. While people and companies look for better solutions for sharing data and files, such cooperation creates the basis for further evolution in the sphere of decentralized identification.

Taking into account the examples of zkPass and Litentry, the application of secure and privacy-preserving data sharing does seem to have a bright future. Altogether, they are ready to push forward decentralized identity and determine its development trends for several years.


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