The Zero Knowledge Token service is built on the general category of cryptographic technologies called zero knowledge proof. The details of how zero knowledge proofs work is beyond the scope of this documentation, but a high level summary is that these technologies enable a party (the prover) to perform some computation on their own computers and demonstrate to other parties (the verifiers) that the computation has been performed correctly according to certain specifications, without disclosing any of the data involved in the computation. As a result, the verifiers can trust that the resulted state from the private calculation is valid, without gaining any insight as to what the state is.
Transact confidently, knowing your transactions are private and protected by zero-knowledge proof. You can transact with network members while keeping your identity and token balances private. Apply complex technologies like zero-knowledge proof and advanced cryptography in a simple and intuitive use case of anonymous token transfers. Kaleido removes the complexity so you can focus on how to apply the technology for your use case.