Reminder - early submission date for additional signatures is March 1st

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Moody, Dustin (Fed)

Feb 22, 2023, 9:21:05 AM2/22/23
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As a reminder, NIST has issued a call for additional digital signatures - see:

We wanted to remind that the early submission date is one week away: 

Submission packages must be received by NIST by June 1, 2023. Submission packages received before March 1, 2023, will be reviewed for completeness by NIST; the submitters will be notified of any deficiencies by March 31, 2023, allowing time for deficient packages to be amended by the submission deadline. No amendments to packages will be permitted after the submission deadline.

It is not required to submit early (by March 1st).  The early review is offered to help submitters ensure they have a complete submission by the final deadline of June 1st.  Please let us know if you questions.  

Dustin Moody

Doge Protocol

Apr 23, 2023, 2:48:08 PM4/23/23
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Dear NIST PQC Team, wondering if there has been any submissions for additional PQ digital signatures so far. It would be interesting to see new candidates that have smaller Signature, Pub-Key sizes, better performance than currently known lattice algorithms (Falcon, Dilithium).

Moody, Dustin (Fed)

Apr 24, 2023, 8:17:06 AM4/24/23
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The preliminary deadline for early submissions was March 1st.  We received several preliminary submissions, and provided comments back to the submitters.  

The final deadline for submission is June 1st, 2023.  After reviewing the submitted algorithm packages for completeness, NIST will post all the ones that meet the requirements described in the Call for additional signatures:

Dustin Moody

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Doge Protocol (DP)

Apr 28, 2023, 10:35:51 PM4/28/23
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Thank you for this information! Looking forward to the new signature schemes.
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