What is Quantum Entropy?

Quantum Entropy is a form of true randomness derived from the inherent unpredictability of quantum mechanical phenomena, unlike classical entropy sources that can exhibit predictability. Quantum Random Number Generators (QRNGs) exploit quantum properties to produce genuine random numbers, ensuring a high-quality entropy essential for secure cryptographic systems. Unlike classical Random Number Generators (RNGs) that are algorithmically derived and potentially vulnerable to prediction, QRNGs offer an unlimited key space and robust security by ensuring the unpredictability and non-reproducibility of generated numbers, making them ideal for tasks requiring high-security levels, such as encryption.

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