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Majority Is Not Enough: Bitcoin Mining Is Vulnerable
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The Bitcoin cryptocurrency records its transactions in a public log called the blockchain. Expand
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Bitcoin-NG: A Scalable Blockchain Protocol
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We present Bitcoin-NG, a scalable blockchain protocol, based on the same trust model as Bitcoin. Expand
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Meridian: a lightweight network location service without virtual coordinates
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This paper introduces a lightweight, scalable and accurate framework, called Meridian, for performing node selection based on network location without having to compute absolute coordinates. Expand
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Majority is not enough
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We show that the Bitcoin mining protocol is not incentive-compatible. Expand
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SHARP: a hybrid adaptive routing protocol for mobile ad hoc networks
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A central challenge in ad hoc networks is the design of routing protocols that can adapt their behavior to frequent and rapid changes in the network. Expand
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Merlin: A Language for Provisioning Network Resources
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This paper presents Merlin, a new framework for managing resources in software-defined networks. Expand
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Octant: A Comprehensive Framework for the Geolocalization of Internet Hosts
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We present Octant, a novel, comprehensive framework for determining the location of Internet hosts in the real world based solely on network measurements. Expand
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On Scaling Decentralized Blockchains - (A Position Paper)
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We analyze how fundamental and circumstantial bottlenecks in Bitcoin limit the ability of its current peer-to-peer overlay network to support substantially higher throughputs and lower latencies. Expand
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Experience with an Object Reputation System for Peer-to-Peer Filesharing
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The present invention relates to an actuator for an electric starter, comprising a thin sleeve of which the periphery comprises two flanges between which a two-piece collar is placed. Expand
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KARMA : A Secure Economic Framework for Peer-to-Peer Resource Sharing
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We propose an economic framework for discouraging freeloader-like behavior in a peer-to-peer system that incentivizes participating nodes to contribute resources to a global pool. Expand
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