Re: [Cfrg] Call for adoption: Threshold Signatures

isis agora lovecruft <> Thu, 08 October 2020 21:12 UTC

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Subject: Re: [Cfrg] Call for adoption: Threshold Signatures
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Nick Sullivan transcribed 2.9K bytes:
> Dear CFRG participants,
> After some active conversations on the mailing list, there seems to be
> support for taking on work related to threshold signatures at the CFRG.
> This email commences a 3-week call for adoption for the topic of "Threshold
> Signatures" that will end on October 28th, 2020:
> There are two drafts that have been submitted for consideration on this
> topic:
> Please give your views on the following questions:
> a) should this topic be adopted by the CFRG as a work item, and if so
> b) should one or both of these documents should be considered as a starting
> point for this work
> c) are you willing to help work on this item and/or review it
> Please reply to this email (or in exceptional circumstances, you can email
> CFRG chairs directly at
> Thank you,
> Nick (for the chairs)

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Hi all,

I would definitely like to see a standarisation of FROST move forward, since I
already have two clients interested in using it, and I have a Rust
implementation in progress here:
(If you grep for "[CFRG]" there's a few comments on things that I suspect might
be useful to specify in a standard.)

To that end, I'm happy to help the authors with both working on the draft and

Best regards,
 ♥Ⓐ isis agora lovecruft
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