Improving Security for Users of Decentralized Exchanges Through Multiparty Computation

@article{Annessi2021ImprovingSF,
  title={Improving Security for Users of Decentralized Exchanges Through Multiparty Computation},
  author={Robert Annessi and Ethan Fast},
  journal={2021 IEEE International Conference on Blockchain (Blockchain)},
  year={2021},
  pages={229-236}
}
  • Robert Annessi, Ethan Fast
  • Published 21 June 2021
  • Computer Science
  • 2021 IEEE International Conference on Blockchain (Blockchain)
Decentralized cryptocurrency exchanges offer compelling security benefits over centralized exchanges: users control their funds and avoid the risk of an exchange hack or malicious operator. However, because user assets are fully accessible by a secret key, decentralized exchanges pose significant internal security risks for trading firms and automated trading systems, where a compromised system can result in total loss of funds. Centralized exchanges mitigate this risk through API key based… 

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