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MPC Alliance More Than Doubles Membership

MPC Alliance More Than Doubles Membership
Innovators with a shared interest of increasing data privacy and security find common ground with secure Multiparty Computation (MPC).

Meta, Bosch and nearly three dozen other companies have recently joined the MPC Alliance. The influx of new members elevates the organization’s membership to 59 as the cryptographic privacy and security technology gains more support across a range of industries.

The MPC Alliance is a non-profit established to increase awareness and promote adoption of the privacy-enhancing technology.

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The announcement follows its recent MPC Data Privacy Summit, now available on-demand, which explored the use cases for and future of MPC technology for privacy and collaboration.

“Multiparty computation or MPC has unquestionably emerged as a critical and trusted data security technology over recent years, and adoption of the technology is rapidly expanding in a wide variety of data privacy applications,” said Frank Wiener, President of the MPC Alliance and Marketing Director at Blockdaemon. “We’re adding multiple new members each month which gives us more resources to take on new initiatives. Having major institutions like Meta join the organization strengthens the alliance and provides even greater market validation.”

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“Last year, we shared our longer-term vision on privacy-enhancing technologies and how we believe they will become foundational to the future of personalized advertising experiences. MPC is a critical part of this technology stack, and we believe industry collaboration is essential for the development of interoperable solutions and a shared set of standards to support a free and open internet. The MPC Alliance is already leading the industry in increasing the understanding and adoption of MPC for various applications, and we are proud to be part of the effort,” said Sanjay Saravanan, who leads the Applied Cryptography Research group at Meta.

MPC Alliance now has 59 members. Among the 34 new companies joining the body are Alexandra Labs, Algemetric, Anjuna, Atato, Bosch, Cape Privacy, ChainSafe, Ciphermode Labs, Cryptosat, Custonomy, Desilo, Dfns, DuoKey, Finema, HyberBC, IO FinNet, Matrix Labs, Meta, Metaco, Nillion, Parfin, Partisia Blockchain, Parfin, Protego Trust, Provable Markets, Roseman Labs, Safeheron, Safematrix, Silence Laboratories, Spatium, Taurus, TNO, Triangle, and Tune Insight. For the full list of current members, visit:

The MPC Data Privacy Summit brought together technology providers and users, academic and commercial organizations, regulators and legal experts to discuss MPC and privacy.

Keynote presentations from Meta, Google, the European Commission and Partisia Blockchain showed how the technology is being applied to solve real-world problems and why MPC has emerged as the privacy technology of choice for crypto-native service providers and traditional finance service providers alike.

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