Feb. 6, 2024, 5:11 a.m. | Mohammed Barhoush Louis Salvail

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Publicly-verifiable quantum money has been a central and challenging goal in quantum cryptography. In this study, we propose an alternative notion called 'quantum cheques' (QCs) that is more achievable and technologically practical. A quantum cheque can be verified using a public-key but only by a single user. Specifically, the payer signs the quantum cheque for a particular recipient using their ID, and the recipient can validate it without the assistance of the bank, ensuring that the payer cannot assign the …

called can cheque cryptography cs.cr goal key money notion public quant-ph quantum quantum cryptography single study verified

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