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How to Make a Mint: The Cryptography of Anonymous Electronic Cash

@article{Law1997HowTM,
  title={How to Make a Mint: The Cryptography of Anonymous Electronic Cash},
  author={Laurie Law and Susan Sabett and Jerome A. Solinas},
  journal={The American University law review},
  year={1997},
  volume={46},
  pages={6}
}
With the onset of the Information Age, our nation is becoming increasingly dependent on network communications. Computer-based technology is impacting significantly our ability to access, store, and distribute information. Among the most important uses of this technology is electronic commerce: performing financial transactions via electronic information exchanged over telecommunications lines. A key requirement for electronic commerce is the development of secure and efficient electronic… 

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