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Secure Exchange of Digital Goods in a Decentralized Data Marketplace

@article{Futoransky2019SecureEO,
  title={Secure Exchange of Digital Goods in a Decentralized Data Marketplace},
  author={Ariel Futoransky and Carlos Sarraute and A. Waissbein and Daniel Fernandez and M. Travizano and Martin Minnoni},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1907.12625}
}
We are tackling the problem of trading real-world private information using only cryptographic protocols and a public blockchain to guarantee honest transactions. In this project, we consider three types of agents --buyers, sellers and notaries-- interacting in a decentralized privacy-preserving data marketplace (dPDM) such as the Wibson data marketplace. This framework offers infrastructure and financial incentives for individuals to securely sell personal information while preserving personal… Expand
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