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Bulletproofs are short non-interactive zero-knowledge proofs that require no trusted setup. A bulletproof can be used to convince a verifier that an encrypted plaintext is well formed. For example, prove that an encrypted number is in a given range, without revealing anything else about the number.
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|Bulletproofs and Mimblewimble||report|
|Building on Bulletproofs||report|
|The Bulletproof Protocols||report|
|Mimblewimble Multiparty Bulletproof UTXO||report|