Cryptology ePrint Archive: Report 2020/968

Feeding Cryptographic Protocols with Rich and Reliable Supply of Quantum-Grade Randomness

Gideon Samid

Abstract: Presenting a new technology to fit quantum-randomness into a lump of matter where the randomness is held through the molecular bonds of seeded macro-molecules, and reliably measured in two or more sufficiently exact duplicates, serving as a large reservoir for quantum-grade randomness to support cryptographic protocols.

Category / Keywords: implementation / quantum-grade randomness, quantum-safe cryptography.

Date: received 8 Aug 2020

Contact author: Gideon Samid at Case Edu

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Note: We plan to fit it into the Prodigy chip.

Version: 20200818:082152 (All versions of this report)

Short URL: ia.cr/2020/968


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