Zero-knowledge (ZK) systems are poised for a ChatGPT-like breakthrough, according to Telos Foundation's John Lilic, who highlights its fundamental role in future networks.

While still in early stages, ZK technology promises trustless transactions without revealing sensitive information, crucial for maintaining privacy in blockchain transactions.

Industry professionals, including Richard Meissner and Terence Kwok, acknowledge the potential of ZK systems in enhancing security and decentralisation.

ZK technology allows for authentication of hidden data on public blockchains, paving the way for broader implementation and widespread interest.

Understanding ZK concepts empowers users to make informed decisions about Web3 applications and data sharing, ensuring privacy in an era of prevalent data breaches.