*[bitcoindev] BIP: DLEQ@ 2024-10-24 1:51 Andrew Toth2024-10-25 14:49 ` [bitcoindev] " waxwing/ AdamISZ 0 siblings, 1 reply; 2+ messages in thread From: Andrew Toth @ 2024-10-24 1:51 UTC (permalink / raw) To: Bitcoin Development Mailing List [-- Attachment #1.1: Type: text/plain, Size: 5064 bytes --] This BIP specifies a standard way to generate and verify DLEQ proofs. This is motivated by sending to silent payments in PSBTs. However, there are also other uses where DLEQs could be useful, so it would be good to have this BIP for others to reference. This is inspired by https://github.com/discreetlogcontracts/dlcspecs/blob/master/ECDSA-adaptor.md#proof-of-discrete-logarithm-equality, but is a little more specific. There is an implementation of that already at https://github.com/BlockstreamResearch/secp256k1-zkp/blob/master/src/modules/ecdsa_adaptor/dleq_impl.h, which this BIP attempts to be compatible with. Pull request here https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/pull/1689 <pre> BIP: ? Title: Discrete Log Equality Proofs over secp256k1 Author: Andrew Toth <andrewstoth@gmail•com> Ruben Somsen <rsomsen@gmail•com> Comments-URI: TBD Status: Draft Type: Standards Track License: BSD-2-Clause Created: 2024-06-29 Post-History: TBD </pre> == Introduction == === Abstract === This document proposes a standard for 64-byte zero-knowledge ''discrete logarithm equality proofs'' (DLEQ proofs) over the elliptic curve ''secp256k1''. For given elliptic curve points ''A'', ''B'', and ''C'', the prover proves knowledge of a scalar ''a'' such that ''A = a⋅G'' and ''C = a⋅B'' without revealing anything about ''a''. This can, for instance, be useful in ECDH: if ''A'' and ''B'' are ECDH public keys, and ''C'' is their ECDH shared secret computed as ''C = a⋅B'', the proof establishes that the same secret key ''a'' is used for generating both ''A'' and ''C'' without revealing ''a''. === Copyright === This document is licensed under the 2-clause BSD license. === Motivation === [https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/blob/master/bip-0352.mediawiki#specification BIP352] requires senders to compute output scripts using ECDH shared secrets from the same secret keys used to sign the inputs. Generating an incorrect signature will produce an invalid transaction that will be rejected by consensus. An incorrectly generated output script can still be consensus-valid, meaning funds may be lost if it gets broadcast. By producing a DLEQ proof for the generated ECDH shared secrets, the signing entity can prove to other entities that the output scripts have been generated correctly without revealing the private keys. == Specification == All conventions and notations are used as defined in [https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/blob/master/bip-0327.mediawiki#user-content-Notation BIP327]. === DLEQ Proof Generation === Input: * The secret key ''a'': a 256-bit unsigned integer * The public key ''B'': a point on the curve * Auxiliary random data ''r'': a 32-byte array The algorithm ''Prove(a, B, r)'' is defined as: * Fail if ''a = 0'' or ''a ≥ n''. * Fail if ''is_infinite(B)''. * Let ''A = a⋅G''. * Let ''C = a⋅B''. * Let ''t'' be the byte-wise xor of ''bytes(32, a)'' and ''hash<sub>BIP?/aux</sub>(r)''. * Let ''rand = hash<sub>DLEQ</sub>(t || cbytes(A) || cytes(C))''. * Let ''k = int(rand) mod n''. * Fail if ''k = 0''. * Let ''R<sub>1</sub> = k⋅G''. * Let ''R<sub>2</sub> = k⋅B''. * Let ''e = int(hash<sub>DLEQ</sub>(cbytes(A) || cbytes(B) || cbytes(C) || cbytes(R<sub>1</sub>) || cbytes(R<sub>2</sub>)))''. * Let ''proof = bytes(32, e) || bytes(32, (k + ea) mod n)''. * If ''VerifyProof(A, B, C, proof)'' (see below) returns failure, abort. * Return the proof ''proof''. === DLEQ Proof Verification === Input: * The public key of the secret key used in the proof generation ''A'': a point on the curve * The public key used in the proof generation ''B'': a point on the curve * The result of multiplying the secret and public keys used in the proof generation ''C'': a point on the curve * A proof ''proof'': a 64-byte array The algorithm ''VerifyProof(A, B, C, proof)'' is defined as: * Let ''e = int(proof[0:32])''. * Let ''s = int(proof[32:64])''; fail if ''s ≥ n''. * Let ''R<sub>1</sub> = s⋅G - e⋅A''. * Fail if ''is_infinite(R<sub>1</sub>)''. * Fail if ''not has_even_y(R<sub>1</sub>)''. * Let ''R<sub>2</sub> = s⋅B - e⋅C''. * Fail if ''is_infinite(R<sub>2</sub>)''. * Fail if ''not has_even_y(R<sub>2</sub>)''. * Fail if ''e ≠ int(hash<sub>BIP?/DLEQ</sub>(cbytes(A) || cbytes(B) || cbytes(C) || cbytes(R<sub>1</sub>) || cbytes(R<sub>2</sub>)))''. * Return success iff no failure occurred before reaching this point. == Test Vectors and Reference Code == TBD == Changelog == TBD == Footnotes == <references /> == Acknowledgements == TBD -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Bitcoin Development Mailing List" group. 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*[bitcoindev] Re: BIP: DLEQ2024-10-24 1:51 [bitcoindev] BIP: DLEQ Andrew Toth@ 2024-10-25 14:49 ` waxwing/ AdamISZ0 siblings, 0 replies; 2+ messages in thread From: waxwing/ AdamISZ @ 2024-10-25 14:49 UTC (permalink / raw) To: Bitcoin Development Mailing List [-- Attachment #1.1: Type: text/plain, Size: 7004 bytes --] First, thanks for doing that; this is a nice thing to standardize! My enthusiasm really comes from the idea that it may be used in several protocols in future (well, and currently), so I'd be keen to see it be sufficiently flexible. Which motivates my reading of it here: I have a couple of general questions/comments on the design: Why doesn't the Fiat Shamir challenge (e) include space for a message m? Just like other ZkPoKs that can be really useful, considering that they are transferrable. While it's understandable that you focus on the case of 1 generator being G (secp default), it seems like an unnecessary restriction. It's easy to imagine a more complex protocol requiring DLEQs across other pairs of bases. In this case you'd want to include the other base in the Fiat Shamir challenge (even if it *is* G). ** I guess no comments on the basic algorithm or the choice of (e,s) vs (R1, R2,s) proof encoding (as you've chosen exactly the same as what I chose 8 years ago for Joinmarket :) ). The handling of k-generation is obviously a big step up though. (**) It's orthogonal to this BIP almost certainly, but it makes me think: since we have tons of uses for NUMS generator .. generation in various bitcoin protocols, maybe we should have a BIP just for that? The only reason I suggest that slightly weird idea is, it's explicitly necessary for counterparties to be able to reproduce them and it's probably wasteful to constantly redefine these other NUMS generators that we're going to use. It's even mentioned in BIP341 for the whole provably unspendable paths thing. On Wednesday, October 23, 2024 at 8:06:59 PM UTC-6 Andrew Toth wrote: > This BIP specifies a standard way to generate and verify DLEQ proofs. This > is motivated by sending to silent payments in PSBTs. However, there are > also other uses where DLEQs could be useful, so it would be good to have > this BIP for others to reference. > > This is inspired by > https://github.com/discreetlogcontracts/dlcspecs/blob/master/ECDSA-adaptor.md#proof-of-discrete-logarithm-equality, > but is a little more specific. > There is an implementation of that already at > https://github.com/BlockstreamResearch/secp256k1-zkp/blob/master/src/modules/ecdsa_adaptor/dleq_impl.h, > which this BIP attempts to be compatible with. > > Pull request here https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/pull/1689 > > > <pre> > BIP: ? > Title: Discrete Log Equality Proofs over secp256k1 > Author: Andrew Toth <andre...@gmail•com> > Ruben Somsen <rso...@gmail•com> > Comments-URI: TBD > Status: Draft > Type: Standards Track > License: BSD-2-Clause > Created: 2024-06-29 > Post-History: TBD > </pre> > > == Introduction == > > === Abstract === > > This document proposes a standard for 64-byte zero-knowledge ''discrete > logarithm equality proofs'' (DLEQ proofs) over the elliptic curve > ''secp256k1''. For given elliptic curve points ''A'', ''B'', and ''C'', the > prover proves knowledge of a scalar ''a'' such that ''A = a⋅G'' and ''C = > a⋅B'' without revealing anything about ''a''. This can, for instance, be > useful in ECDH: if ''A'' and ''B'' are ECDH public keys, and ''C'' is their > ECDH shared secret computed as ''C = a⋅B'', the proof establishes that the > same secret key ''a'' is used for generating both ''A'' and ''C'' without > revealing ''a''. > > === Copyright === > > This document is licensed under the 2-clause BSD license. > > === Motivation === > > [ > https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/blob/master/bip-0352.mediawiki#specification > BIP352] requires senders to compute output scripts using ECDH shared > secrets from the same secret keys used to sign the inputs. Generating an > incorrect signature will produce an invalid transaction that will be > rejected by consensus. An incorrectly generated output script can still be > consensus-valid, meaning funds may be lost if it gets broadcast. > By producing a DLEQ proof for the generated ECDH shared secrets, the > signing entity can prove to other entities that the output scripts have > been generated correctly without revealing the private keys. > > == Specification == > > All conventions and notations are used as defined in [ > https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/blob/master/bip-0327.mediawiki#user-content-Notation > BIP327]. > > === DLEQ Proof Generation === > > Input: > * The secret key ''a'': a 256-bit unsigned integer > * The public key ''B'': a point on the curve > * Auxiliary random data ''r'': a 32-byte array > > The algorithm ''Prove(a, B, r)'' is defined as: > * Fail if ''a = 0'' or ''a ≥ n''. > * Fail if ''is_infinite(B)''. > * Let ''A = a⋅G''. > * Let ''C = a⋅B''. > * Let ''t'' be the byte-wise xor of ''bytes(32, a)'' and > ''hash<sub>BIP?/aux</sub>(r)''. > * Let ''rand = hash<sub>DLEQ</sub>(t || cbytes(A) || cytes(C))''. > * Let ''k = int(rand) mod n''. > * Fail if ''k = 0''. > * Let ''R<sub>1</sub> = k⋅G''. > * Let ''R<sub>2</sub> = k⋅B''. > * Let ''e = int(hash<sub>DLEQ</sub>(cbytes(A) || cbytes(B) || cbytes(C) || > cbytes(R<sub>1</sub>) || cbytes(R<sub>2</sub>)))''. > * Let ''proof = bytes(32, e) || bytes(32, (k + ea) mod n)''. > * If ''VerifyProof(A, B, C, proof)'' (see below) returns failure, abort. > * Return the proof ''proof''. > > === DLEQ Proof Verification === > > Input: > * The public key of the secret key used in the proof generation ''A'': a > point on the curve > * The public key used in the proof generation ''B'': a point on the curve > * The result of multiplying the secret and public keys used in the proof > generation ''C'': a point on the curve > * A proof ''proof'': a 64-byte array > > The algorithm ''VerifyProof(A, B, C, proof)'' is defined as: > * Let ''e = int(proof[0:32])''. > * Let ''s = int(proof[32:64])''; fail if ''s ≥ n''. > * Let ''R<sub>1</sub> = s⋅G - e⋅A''. > * Fail if ''is_infinite(R<sub>1</sub>)''. > * Fail if ''not has_even_y(R<sub>1</sub>)''. > * Let ''R<sub>2</sub> = s⋅B - e⋅C''. > * Fail if ''is_infinite(R<sub>2</sub>)''. > * Fail if ''not has_even_y(R<sub>2</sub>)''. > * Fail if ''e ≠ int(hash<sub>BIP?/DLEQ</sub>(cbytes(A) || cbytes(B) || > cbytes(C) || cbytes(R<sub>1</sub>) || cbytes(R<sub>2</sub>)))''. > * Return success iff no failure occurred before reaching this point. > > == Test Vectors and Reference Code == > > TBD > > == Changelog == > > TBD > > == Footnotes == > > <references /> > > == Acknowledgements == > > TBD > -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Bitcoin Development Mailing List" group. 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