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Selfish Opaque Transaction Ordering in the Bitcoin Blockchain: The Case for Chain Neutrality [article]

Johnnatan Messias, Mohamed Alzayat, Balakrishnan Chandrasekaran, Krishna P. Gummadi, Patrick Loiseau, Alan Mislove
2021 pre-print
norms that miners must adhere to when ordering transactions in the chains.  ...  ) transactions for inclusion in the blockchain.  ...  It does not, however, hold when miners are not risk-neutral, which is the case for Bitcoin.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3487552.3487823 arXiv:2110.11740v1 fatcat:h3lis5ss6vhx7dvaskqxorcvpy

Sovereignty, privacy, and ethics in blockchain-based identity management systems

Georgy Ishmaev
2020 Ethics and Information Technology  
for the new global infrastructures for identity management systems.  ...  Closer attention to the normative substance of the 'sovereignty' concept helps to highlight a range of ethical issues pertaining to the changing nature of human identity in the context of ubiquitous private  ...  with the original blockchain Bitcoin implementation deeply intertwined with libertarian ideas, technical label of SSI systems has a much more neutral normative meaning.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10676-020-09563-x pmid:33281497 pmcid:PMC7701220 fatcat:qlh7nyi4lfbd3bpqpj3pqycl5i

Rethinking the Implications of Transformative Economic Innovations: Mapping Challenges of Private Law

Julija Kiršienė, Christopher Kelley, Deividas Kiršys, Juras Žymančius
2019 Baltic Journal of Law & Politics  
The article relies on a case analysis of artificial intelligence, drones and blockchain, to reflect a majority of the underlying legal issues to which many emerging innovations might contribute, and it  ...  to the broad public and the development of participatory models in economy and other social spheres, including law, and the tendency for transformative innovations to function in regulatory uncertainty  ...  in order for the involved parties to recognize from the beginning how a particular DAO will operate.  ... 
doi:10.2478/bjlp-2019-0011 fatcat:vmya2ljk7vgfxjndviemhjr3nu

Applications and Economic Impact of Machine Learning and Blockchain Technologies

Nikhil Malik
2020
Machine Learning (ML) and Blockchains have been two major technology disruptions in the last decade.  ...  The first chapter uses ML as a tool to study behavioral biases in the labor markets.  ...  Miners will pick the top-n F transactions in the order of fee offers if more than n F users offer on chain fees.  ... 
doi:10.1184/r1/13154384 fatcat:zynizclolngihbc37mqhmco47e

The Authority of Distributed Consensus Systems Trust, Governance, and Normative Perspectives on Blockchains and Distributed Ledgers

Marco Crepaldi
2020
Lu ux xe em mb bo ou ur rg g DOTTORATO DI RICERCA IN LAW, SCIENCE, AND TECHNOLOGY -LAST-JD Ciclo XXXII  ...  A Al lm ma a M Ma at te er r S St tu ud di io or ru um m --U Un ni iv ve er rs si it tà à d di i B Bo ol lo og gn na a i in n c co ot tu ut te el la a c co on n U Un ni iv ve er rs si it té é d du u L  ...  In the case of Bitcoin, the algorithm that enables the network to reach consensus on the order of transactions and on the ownership of each bitcoin is commonly referred to as Proof-of-Work (POW) or Nakamoto  ... 
doi:10.6092/unibo/amsdottorato/9432 fatcat:2j6yq5z5ozehrp6z6n6s5gq22i

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Andreas Roos, Vasilis Kostakis, Christos Giotitsas
2016 tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique  
This special issue investigates how we can begin to understand this problem, and how we can hope to balance the perils and promises of ICTs in order to make way for a just and sustainable paradigm.  ...  millions of people in the proliferation of information, knowledge and active democratic collaboration?  ...  Acknowledgement: The authors have greatly benefited from the exchange of views held at the brainstorming workshop on "ICT in a Changing Climate: ICT for Environmental Regulation as a Global Justice Issue  ... 
doi:10.31269/triplec.v14i1.746 fatcat:mpnzo4loxbgyvdartoyglguzhm

5GZORRO_D2.2: Design of the 5GZORRO Platform for Security & Trust

. Carrozzo, P.G. Giardina, J. Brenes, E. Bucchianeri, G. Landi, C. Herranz, A. Fernandez, M. S. Siddiqui, Javier Fernandez, K. Meth, K. Barabash, Diego R. López, P. Diogo, L. Conceicao, T. Subramanya, R. Behravesh, J.M. Jorquera Valero, P. M. Sánchez Sánchez, M. Gil Pérez, G. Martínez Pérez, J. Taylor, J. Bonnet, P. Chainho, M. Mertiri, T. Bozios, A. Lekidis, V. Theodorou, D. Laskaratos, F. Bravo Díaz, A. Ramos, J.M. Mifsud, A. Sciberreas
2021 Zenodo  
This document presents the first version of the 5GZORRO high-level architecture  ...  by Ethereum and Bitcoin, private chains represented by Hyperledger Fabric and non-blockchain distributed ledgers systems.  ...  Below we detail two of the most prevalent transaction models used by today's DLT networks. , and in the case of for example Bitcoin, the sum of all these output states would represent the balance for that  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5561042 fatcat:o5ecnvwvifhmveigarvfgih3l4

D3.1 User Research Reports and Scenarios

Anna Wilson, Marco Sachy, Stefania Ottaviano, Stefano De Paoli, Francesco De Pellegrini
2019 Zenodo  
This deliverable reports on the empirical research carried out as part of the PIE News project Work Package 3. This  ...  the same transaction history by abiding by the longest chain rule.  ...  The Bitcoin distributed ledger, or Blockchain, allows for the creation of a new architecture in payment systems design: every device participating in the network -and the people using them -share  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3442345 fatcat:77blxqxhgne35lx74mkibhjs74

Dagstuhl Reports, Volume 7, Issue 3, March 2017, Complete Issue [article]

2017
In addition to offering a solution to the practical problem, this research also illustrates a use case for distributed ledger technologies outside the realm of financial transactions (as seen in the Bitcoin  ...  This estimate is of course a ballpark guess, as multiple blockchain transactions per channel are needed, and the involved Bitcoin scripts result in bigger than average blockchain transactions.  ...  Nevertheless, a key for the solution for "Electronic Cash" was the change of paradigm as Bitcoin applies a game theoretical approach with the selection of one neutral referee to achieve distributed consensus  ... 
doi:10.4230/dagrep.7.3 fatcat:6vepxdlxhbh2bfcjq45gkxqboe

Book Review of Come On!: A Report to the Club of Rome: New Frontiers

Michael Marien
2018 Cadmus  
an extended discussion of the potential impact of blockchain on democracy, see Chapter 8 of Blockchain Revolution: How the Technology Behind Bitcoin is Changing Money, Business and the World, by Don Tapscott  ...  transactions. 1 The observations in this paper are made with reference to cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple, with the following characteristics.  ...  In any case, there cannot be consumption without production, nor production without consumption; the two sides of the system are utterly dependent upon each other.  ... 
doaj:38144c7d276042e8937ccf396d184a7a fatcat:xrlv6he6pbgd5n63ue5fusvdre

Securing applications using trusted execution environments

Joshua David Lind, Peter Pietzuch
2021
In this thesis, we explore how applications can overcome the security challenges posed by the use of TEEs. We provide the following contributions: 1. Minimising the trusted computing base (TCB).  ...  To minimise the TCB of applications and reduce the risk of vulnerabilities, we propose automatic application partitioning for TEEs: a principled approach for partitioning existing applications to be deployed  ...  In Bitcoin, global throughput is limited to 7 transactions per second [Nak08] , and the total size of the blockchain is 100s of GBs [DW15] .  ... 
doi:10.25560/87392 fatcat:sx5234bmtfhurkg726qx2pfsuu

The Derivative Condition: A Present Inquiry into the History of Futures

Gerald Nestler
2017
The thesis revisits the innovations that have reshaped financial markets since the 1970s in order to access their contemporary efficacy in shaping the space-time of the market as well as those of politics  ...  This postdisciplinary project works through the semantic field of the term – from visualization technologies to knowledge-production to decision-making – in order to propose an expanded and radical form  ...  This, however, is never in fact the case.  ... 
doi:10.25602/gold.00020534 fatcat:n3hqg7wn6zc55e2gbeaajkjpfu