Panther is an end-to-end privacy protocol for DeFi. Panther provides DeFi users with fully collateralized privacy-enhancing digital assets, leveraging crypto-economic incentives and zkSNARK technology.
Anish Mohammed is a Co-founder and CTO at Panther Protocol. He recently joined the Bitcoin.com News Podcast to talk about the technology:
Anish Mohammed has over 20 years in security and cryptography. He was an early advisor to Ripple, reviewed the Ethereum orange paper, worked on several projects including Ocean and Boson and is the co-founder of the UK Digital Currency Association.
Panther provides DeFi users with fully collateralized privacy-enhancing digital assets, leveraging crypto-economic incentives and zkSNARKs technology. Users can mint zero-knowledge zAssets by depositing digital assets from any blockchain into Panther vaults. zAssets flow across blockchains via a privacy-first interchain DEX and a private metastrate. Panther envisions that zAssets will become an ever-expanding asset class for users who want their transactions and strategies the way they should always have been: private. Follow the Panther team on Telegram, Twitter and Discord.
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