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A paper was published in 2015 describing a scheme called Anonize to do just that. It appears to be constructed around a specially designed Non-Interactive Zero-Knowledge Proof of Knowledge (NIZKPoK) protocol used by clients. First, a registration is made, whereby a client sends a commitment to a seed of a pseudo-random function. Sent back to it by the ...


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