The Blockstream company introduced a solution code called MuSig, which allows developers to test the technology of Schnorr signatures and find possible errors.
We’ve been turning MuSig from an academic paper into usable code, and this week we merged that code into secp256k1-zkp, a fork of secp256k1, the high-assurance cryptographic library used by Bitcoin Core, which we’ve extended to add Confidential Transaction support for Elements and Liquid.
The Blockstream developers posted the MuSig code, written in C, on GitHub and expressed the hope that the community would test a new solution and leave their feedback about it.
Schnorr Signatures - one of the most anticipated updates for the Bitcoin network. This solution can increase the confidentiality of transactions and improve the scalability of the first cryptocurrency.
The concept of signatures Schnorr involves the merging of signatures into one data input instead of processing each of them separately. Thus, by reducing the storage space on the blockchain, network bandwidth increases.