ICICLE is an open-source library for ZK acceleration using CUDA-enabled GPUs. It is an essential tool for ZK developers and researchers focused on advancing Zero Knowledge Proofs using GPU.
ZK Containers is a building block ZK developers can use to deploy and scale their ZK infrastructure. It enables easy deployment, testing, updating, scaling, and experimenting with different configurations of prover software.
Blaze is a Rust library for ZK acceleration on FPGAs, providing access to primitives like MSM, NTT, and Poseidon hash. It simplifies FPGA integration for high-performance, developer-friendly ZK applications.
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ICICLE is an open-source library for ZK acceleration using CUDA-enabled GPUs.
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A Rust library for ZK acceleration on FPGA, providing access to primitives like MSM, NTT, and Poseidon hash.
Using ICICLE, we have implemented a flow that can run entirely on GPU, with only the relevant outputs sent to a host machine and populated on the Ethereum network.
We focus on PC2 and C2 sealing acceleration for unmatched performance, improved cost, and form factor.
During Aleo’s incentivized testnet, Ingonyama technology powered over 50% of the network hash power with our GPU prover.
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Zero-Knowledge Proofs (ZKPs) will transform the gaming industry. They can be implemented in two key ways: multiplayer gaming architecture and gameplay.