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I want to use Elliptic Curve based blind signature scheme for my research.
There is no proper implementation of ECC-based blind signatures.
Can someone describe to me which things I need to follow when implementing this?

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there is not a single blind signature scheme usable in the ECC setting, but various schemes. Which scheme do you want to use and what are your problems with the scheme? –  DrLecter Jun 11 at 19:56
    
Could you able to tell me available scehemes? –  tdumidu Jun 12 at 8:34
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you are required to do (literature) research on your own before asking here (we do not answer "reference requests" here). However, you may find some examples here. Basically, any existing ElGamal, Schnorr, DSA type blind signature scheme can be used in the ECC setting. –  DrLecter Jun 12 at 9:07
    
@DrLecter Actually, we do answer them… but such requests indeed should not boil down to a “let me google that for you” kind of thing, which is why you're correct in pointing towards a literature research. –  e-sushi Jun 29 at 12:38
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@DrLecter Let’s just say I needed an excuse to drop that “literature research” link in here. ;) –  e-sushi Jun 29 at 12:48

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