Anonymity Control in E-Cash Systems

@inproceedings{Davida1997AnonymityCI,
  title={Anonymity Control in E-Cash Systems},
  author={George I. Davida and Yair Frankel and Yiannis Tsiounis and Moti Yung},
  booktitle={Financial Cryptography},
  year={1997}
}
Electronic cash, and other cryptographic payment systems, offer a level of user anonymity during a purchase, in order to emulate electronically the properties of physical cash exchange. However, it has been noted that there are crime-prevention situations where anonymity of notes is undesirable; in addition there may be regulatory and legal constraints limiting anonymous transfer of funds. Thus pure anonymity of users may be, in certain settings, unacceptable and thus a hurdle to the progress… Expand
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