• Corpus ID: 17765126

BITCOIN: Cryptography, Economics, and the Future

  title={BITCOIN: Cryptography, Economics, and the Future},
  author={Starry Peng and Nadia Heninger},
A Regulatory Framework for Cryptocurrency
This is the final version of the Kluwer Law International book, which aims to provide a history of the field and some of the techniques used, as well as some new ideas, that were introduced in the second edition of the book.
Problem braku jednolitej definicji kryptowalut a potrzeby rachunkowości. Przykład bitcoina
jest przedstawienie propozycji definicji kryptowa lut w ujęciu rachunkowości, a także zasygnalizowanie rozbieżności w tej materii w różnych krajach. Ponadto autor chciałby włączyć się w nurt dyskusji
The Role Decentralised Non-Regulated Virtual Currencies Play in Facilitating Unlawful Financial Transactions.
As consumer payment services have been developed at a rapid rate in recent years, the introduction to the market of decentralised, non-regulated cryptocurrencies has enabled a significant increase ...


The DigiCash system has solved the copy-proof and cheat-proof transmission procedure among computer users by adopting the public-key cryptography for digital signatures that can secure the privacy of communicated messages as well as the authenticity of their communicators.
Virtual currency schemes – the future of financial services
Purpose – The purpose of the paper is to determine the future role of virtual currencies. This paper indicates their pros and cons as alternatives to “real” money and explains their appearance as the
Everything You Need to Know About CT
This Web site is a source of information for daily use and a source for images, text, and a forum for discussion on CT scanning and the user will gain familiarity with the latest protocols and newest applications of helical CT, the latest information about CT in the radiology literature, and developing applications including virtual imaging.
Revealed: How US and UK Spy Agencies Defeat Internet Privacy and Security
The article discusses how British and U.S. intelligence agencies have cracked much of the online encryption used in daily transactions such as email, banking, and health records. The article explains
Are Cryptocurrencies 'Super' Tax Havens?
I describe the mechanisms by which cryptocurrencies — a subcategory of virtual currencies — could replace tax havens as the weapon-of-choice for tax-evaders. I argue such outcome is reasonably
Shadowy Figures: Tracking Illicit Financial Transactions in the Murky World of Digital Currencies, Peer-to-Peer Networks, and Mobile Device Payments
The combination of the enormous growth in social networks, the complexity of peer-to-peer systems and software, and the number of Internet and wirelessly connected devices is altering the landscape
Majority Is Not Enough: Bitcoin Mining Is Vulnerable
The Bitcoin cryptocurrency records its transactions in a public log called the blockchain, and conventional wisdom asserts that the mining protocol is incentive-compatible and secure against colluding minority groups.
Bitcoin: An Innovative Alternative Digital Currency
This paper examines a few relevant legal issues, such as the recent conviction of the Liberty Dollar creator, the Stamp Payments Act, and the federal securities acts.
On bitcoin and red balloons
This work examines a common scenario in which only participants that are aware of the information can compete for some reward, and thus informed participants have an incentive not to propagate information to others, and proposes a modification to the protocol that can eliminate this problem.
Protocols for Public Key Cryptosystems
  • R. Merkle
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
    1980 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy
  • 1980
Several protocols for public key distribution and for digital signatures are briefly compared with each other and with the conventional alternative.