Non-interactive zero-knowledge proofs

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Non-Interactive Zero-Knowledge Proofs are protocols that allow a prover to convince a verifier of the truth of a statement without requiring multiple rounds of interaction. Unlike interactive proofs, non-interactive proofs achieve their purpose in a single message, providing efficiency and eliminating the need for back-and-forth communication. These proofs contribute to enhancing privacy and security within Web3 applications by enabling efficient authentication, data integrity verification, and confidentiality assurances. Non-interactive zero-knowledge proofs streamline the process while maintaining the core principle of not revealing sensitive information.