Structure and Anonymity of the Bitcoin Transaction Graph

@article{Ober2013StructureAA,
  title={Structure and Anonymity of the Bitcoin Transaction Graph},
  author={Micha Ober and Stefan Katzenbeisser and Kay Hamacher},
  journal={Future Internet},
  year={2013},
  volume={5},
  pages={237-250}
}
The Bitcoin network of decentralized payment transactions has attracted a lot of attention from both Internet users and researchers in recent years. Bitcoin utilizes a peer-to-peer network to issue anonymous payment transactions between different users. In the currently used Bitcoin clients, the full transaction history is available at each node of the network to prevent double spending without the need for a central authority, forming a valuable source for empirical research on network… CONTINUE READING

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