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Can one prove that a particular public key is part of an aggregated (MuSig) public key?

The MuSig paper (2018) describes a Schnorr signature key aggregation scheme which lets a set of individual public keys to be merged into a single, "aggregated" public key.

In the protocol each individual public key creates an own signature which can be merged into the "aggregated signature". The aggregated signature will verify with the aggregated public key like the signature was created by only one key.

Is it possible to prove that a particular individual public key is part of the aggregate public key without sharing the other public keys?

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Artist Name: gothsxn

Who are you?

goth sinner. Abstract and not of this society

Where are you from?

im from New Mexico. There is barley any music scene out here

How can we follow you?

Look up @gothsxn on Instagram and every thing is in the link in my bio

Song Title: COBAIN

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Can one prove that a particular public key is part of an aggregated (MuSig) public key?

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