author={H. L. Gururaj and A. Manoj Athreya and Ashwin A. Kumar and Abhishek M Holla and S M Nagarajath and V Ravi Kumar},
  journal={Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain Technology Applications},


An Attribute-Based Access Control Model in RFID Systems Based on Blockchain Decentralized Applications for Healthcare Environments
This manuscript implements an ABAC model in RFID systems based on a decentralized model such as blockchain, designed for a supply chain environment with an use case suitable for healthcare systems, so that assets such as surgical instruments containing an associated RFID tag can only access to specific areas.
Towards Scaling Blockchain Systems via Sharding
This work takes a principled approach to apply sharding to blockchain systems in order to improve their transaction throughput at scale, and achieves a high throughput that can handle Visa-level workloads, and is the largest ever reported in a realistic environment.
Detecting Ponzi Schemes on Ethereum: Towards Healthier Blockchain Technology
By verifying smart contracts on Ethereum, this paper first extracts features from user accounts and operation codes of the smart contracts and then builds a classification model to detect latent Ponzi schemes implemented as smart contracts, and shows that the proposed approach can achieve high accuracy for practical use.
Proof-of-Property - A Lightweight and Scalable Blockchain Protocol
The approach proposed in this paper is based on the idea of Ethereum to keep the state of the system explicitly in the current block but further pursues this by including the relevant part of the current system state in new transactions as well, which enables other participants to validate incoming transactions without having to download the whole blockchain initially.
A general framework for blockchain analytics
This work proposes a general-purpose framework, seamlessly supporting data analytics on both Bitcoin and Ethereum --- currently the two most prominent cryptocurrencies, that allows to integrate relevant blockchain data with data from other sources, and to organise them in a database, either SQL or NoSQL.
Building Decentralized Applications for the Social Web
Solid is introduced, a set of protocols based on existing W3C recommendations, for reading, writing and access control of the contents of a personal data store, which can be layered up in order to integrate various social features into new or existing web applications.