On the Impossibility of Fair Exchange without a Trusted Third Party


We attempt to formally deene the strong fair exchange problem and present a proof that it is impossible to solve strong fair exchange without a trusted third party. The proof is established by relating strong fair exchange to the problem of consensus and adapting the impossibility result of Fischer, Lynch and Paterson. We show that strong fair exchange is… (More)


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