About Dusk Network

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Dusk Network is an open source blockchain for financial applications. Data protection and privacy-preservation play a major role in Dusk Network, as well as its design for regulatory compliance. The blockchain is eco-friendly, thanks to its Proof-of-Stake consensus mechanism; a novel and efficient method of reaching agreement on the current state of the global ledger. Notably, the blockchain supports privacy-friendly smart contracts. Companies use the Dusk Network to power financial applications, issue tokens, trade and collaborate on a global scale. Dusk Network is built by a team of experts from Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Dusk Network was founded in 2018 and is headquartered in Amsterdam.

We recently partnered with ANKR, Harmony, and Elrond, we are enabling security token-based financing for business accelerator Investor Ready, became shareholder in NPEX Stock Exchange, and iFinex invested over $1M for the creation of Dawn, our security token exchange. We also have a seat at the table with De Nederlandsche Bank for the development of the Dutch CBDC.

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Latest Dusk Network news

Dusk Network (DUSK) Gets Listed on Huobi

We’re thrilled to announce that as of today you can trade $DUSK on Huobi, beginning with DUSK/USDT.

Dusk Network presents Citadel: Zero-Knowledge KYC solution

Fintech scale-up Dusk Network presents Citadel, a zero-knowledge proof KYC solution where users and institutions are in control of sharing permissions and personal information. The framework can be...

Leading Privacy Alliance launched prior DevCon in Bogotá

Founding members Blockwallet, Dusk Network and HOPR kickstarted a shared voice and vision on privacy in the web3 space.

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