By CCN: In four-to-six weeks, a blockchain product developed by Ernst & Young (EY), one of the “big four” professional services organizations, will be made public domain (open source). Privacy and Public Blockchains: A Tall Order From Large Enterprise Dubbed “EY Ops Chain Public Edition,” the technology uses zero-knowledge proofs to give permissions to transaction information similar to Monero and other privacy coins. Only those with the keys to see the actual transaction information will be able to do so. EY believes that privacy-enhancing technologies are crucial to more widespread blockchain adoption, saying in their press release: “For most enterprises

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