Here below is the list of Most Cited Publications about ‘51% Attack’.

Last updated October 30th, 2017.

Most Cited ‘51% Attack’ Publications

  1. Majority is not enough: Bitcoin mining is vulnerable“. I Eyal, EG Sirer. 2014. Springer International conference on financial cryptography and …335 cites.
  2. The economics of Bitcoin mining, or Bitcoin in the presence of adversaries“. JA Kroll, IC Davey, EW Felten. 2013. Proceedings of WEIS151 cites.
  3. A next-generation smart contract and decentralized application platform“. V Buterin. 2014. white paper99 cites.
  4. Understanding Bitcoin: Cryptography, engineering and economics“. P Franco. 2014. 79 cites.
  5. Bitcoin and beyond: A technical survey on decentralized digital currencies“. F Tschorsch, B Scheuermann. 2016. IEEE Communications Surveys …77 cites.
  6. Eclipse Attacks on Bitcoin’s Peer-to-Peer Network.“. E Heilman, A Kendler, A Zohar…. 2015. USENIX Security …75 cites.
  7. Blockchain technology: principles and applications“. M Pilkington. 2015. Browser Download This Paper59 cites.
  8. The bitcoin lightning network: Scalable off-chain instant payments“. J Poon, T Dryja. 2015. Technical Report (draft)54 cites.
  9. Virtual currencies; Bitcoin & what now after Liberty Reserve, Silk Road, and Mt. Gox?“. LJ Trautman. 2014. 49 cites.
  10. Blockstack: A Global Naming and Storage System Secured by Blockchains.“. M Ali, JC Nelson, R Shea, MJ Freedman. 2016. USENIX Annual Technical …47 cites.
  11. Stubborn mining: Generalizing selfish mining and combining with an eclipse attack“. K Nayak, S Kumar, A Miller, E Shi. 2016. Security and Privacy …46 cites.
  12. The problem with Bitcoin“. D Bradbury. 2013. Elsevier Computer Fraud & Security43 cites.
  13. Economic aspects of Bitcoin and other decentralized public-ledger currency platforms“. DS Evans. 2014. 43 cites.
  14. Empirical analysis of denial-of-service attacks in the Bitcoin ecosystem“. M Vasek, M Thornton, T Moore. 2014. Springer International Conference on Financial …42 cites.
  15. Analysis of the blockchain protocol in asynchronous networks“. R Pass, L Seeman, A Shelat. 2017. Springer … International Conference on the Theory and …40 cites.
  16. Corporate governance and blockchains“. D Yermack. 2017. Review of Finance35 cites.
  17. Where Is Current Research on Blockchain Technology?—A Systematic Review“. J Yli-Huumo, D Ko, S Choi, S Park, K Smolander. 2016. PloS one32 cites.
  18. Spacecoin: A cryptocurrency based on proofs of space“. S Park, K Pietrzak, J Alwen, G Fuchsbauer, P Gazi. 2015. 30 cites.
  19. Algorithmic authority: The case of Bitcoin“. C Lustig, B Nardi. 2015. System Sciences (HICSS), 2015 48th …27 cites.
  20. Cryptonote v 2. 0“. N van Saberhagen. 2013. 27 cites.
  21. Trust, Identity and Disclosure: Are Bitcoin Exchanges the Next Virtual Havens for Money Laundering and Tax Evasion“. S Gruber. 2013. HeinOnline Quinnipiac L. Rev.27 cites.
  22. The bitcoin blockchain as financial market infrastructure: a consideration of operational risk“. A Walch. 2015. 26 cites.
  23. Bitcoin: a first assessment“. D Woo. 2013. 25 cites.
  24. On power splitting games in distributed computation: The case of bitcoin pooled mining“. L Luu, R Saha, I Parameshwaran…. 2015. … (CSF), 2015 IEEE …24 cites.
  25. Near zero Bitcoin transaction fees cannot last forever“. K Kaskaloglu. 2014. The International Conference on Digital Security and …23 cites.
  26. Difficulty control for blockchain-based consensus systems“. D Kraft. 2016. Springer Peer-to-Peer Networking and Applications21 cites.
  27. Moving Beyond Bitcoin to an Endogenous Theory of Decentralized Ledger Technology Regulation: An Initial Proposal“. CL Reyes. 2016. 19 cites.
  28. New Kids on the Blockchain: How Bitcoin’s Technology Could Reinvent the Stock Market“. L Lee. 2015. HeinOnline Hastings Bus. LJ18 cites.
  29. Ripple: Overview and outlook“. F Armknecht, GO Karame, A Mandal, F Youssef…. 2015. Springer … Conference on Trust …18 cites.
  30. On the longest chain rule and programmed self-destruction of crypto currencies“. NT Courtois. 2014. arXiv preprint arXiv:1405.053416 cites.
  31. On the instability of bitcoin without the block reward“. M Carlsten, H Kalodner, SM Weinberg…. 2016. Proceedings of the 2016 …15 cites.
  32. It Will Cost You Nothing to’Kill’a Proof-of-Stake Crypto-Currency“. N Houy. 2014. Browser Download This Paper14 cites.
  33. Bitcoin will bite the dust“. K Dowd, M Hutchinson. 2015. HeinOnline Cato J.14 cites.
  34. Security and privacy in decentralized energy trading through multi-signatures, blockchain and anonymous messaging streams“. NZ Aitzhan, D Svetinovic. 2016. IEEE Transactions on Dependable …12 cites.
  35. Cryptocurrency and the Problem of Intermediation“. C Harwick. 2015. 12 cites.
  36. Hayek money: The cryptocurrency price stability solution“. FM Ametrano. 2016. 12 cites.
  37. When cryptocurrencies mine their own business“. J Teutsch, S Jain, P Saxena. 2016. Springer … on Financial Cryptography and Data Security10 cites.
  38. Towards a more democratic mining in bitcoins“. G Paul, P Sarkar, S Mukherjee. 2014. Springer International Conference on Information …10 cites.
  39. Regulating Bitcoin: On What Grounds?“. WJ Luther. 2015. Browser Download This Paper10 cites.
  40. Profit-driven abuses of virtual currencies“. DY Huang. 2013. University of California, San Diego10 cites.
  41. Bitcoin versus Regulated Payment Systems: What Gives“. LJ Trautman, AC Harrell. 2016. HeinOnline Cardozo L. Rev.10 cites.
  42. Blockchain contract: Securing a blockchain applied to smart contracts“. H Watanabe, S Fujimura, A Nakadaira…. 2016. … (ICCE), 2016 IEEE …9 cites.
  43. Blockstack: Design and implementation of a global naming system with blockchains“. M Ali, J Nelson, R Shea, MJ Freedman. 2016. Last visited on9 cites.
  44. Virtual Currencies: Bitcoin & What Now after Liberty Reserve, Silk Road, and Mt. Gox“. L Trautman. 2013. HeinOnline Rich. JL & Tech.9 cites.
  45. A Provably Secure Proof-of-Stake Blockchain Protocol.“. A Kiayias, I Konstantinou, A Russell, B David…. 2016. IACR Cryptology …8 cites.
  46. Cryptocurrency-Based Law“. M Abramaowicz. 2016. HeinOnline Ariz. L. Rev.8 cites.
  47. Systems and methods for providing multi-currency platforms comprising means for exchanging and interconverting tangible and virtual currencies in various …“. ED DeCastro. 2014. Google Patents US Patent App. 14/506,6518 cites.
  48. Preventing the 51%-attack: a stochastic analysis of two phase proof of work in bitcoin“. M Bastiaan. 2015. … . nl/conference/22/paper/7473/preventingthe-51-attack …7 cites.
  49. Blockchain in internet of things: challenges and solutions“. A Dorri, SS Kanhere, R Jurdak. 2016. arXiv preprint arXiv:1608.051877 cites.
  50. Trend of centralization in Bitcoin’s distributed network“. A Beikverdi, JS Song. 2015. Software Engineering, Artificial …7 cites.
  51. Purely P2P crypto-currency with finite mini-blockchain“. JD Bruce. 2013. 7 cites.
  52. Towards reference architecture for cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin architectural analysis“. I Alqassem, D Svetinovic. 2014. … IEEE and Cyber, Physical and Social …7 cites.
  53. Overview of business innovations and research opportunities in blockchain and introduction to the special issue“. JL Zhao, S Fan, J Yan. 2016. Financial Innovation6 cites.
  54. Are blockchains immune to all malicious attacks?“. JJ Xu. 2016. Springer Financial Innovation6 cites.
  55. Beyond Bitcoin-Part I: A critical look at blockchain-based systems.“. P Forte, D Romano, G Schmid. 2015. IACR Cryptology ePrint Archive6 cites.
  56. Blockchain technology in the chemical industry: Machine-to-machine electricity market“. JJ Sikorski, J Haughton, M Kraft. 2017. Elsevier Applied Energy6 cites.
  57. The interplay between decentralization and privacy: the case of blockchain technologies“. P De Filippi. 2016. 6 cites.
  58. Could bitcoin be a financial solution for developing economies“. AG Clegg. 2014. University of Birmingham6 cites.
  59. Evaluating the potential of alternative cryptocurrencies“. B Ong, TM Lee, G Li, DLK Chuen. 2015. Handbook of digital currency …6 cites.
  60. Rep on the block: A next generation reputation system based on the blockchain“. R Dennis, G Owen. 2015. Internet Technology and Secured …5 cites.
  61. On the danger of private blockchains“. V Gramoli. 2016. … Cryptocurrencies and Consensus Ledgers (DCCL’16)5 cites.
  62. The risks and rewards of blockchain technology“. K Heires. 2016. Risk Management5 cites.
  63. Bitcoin mining technology“. ND Bhaskar, DLEEK Chuen. 2015. Handbook of Digital Currency …5 cites.
  64. Music on the blockchain“. M O’Dair, Z Beaven, D Neilson, R Osborne, P Pacifico. 2016. 5 cites.
  65. Bitcoin-The Political’Virtual’of an Intangible Material Currency.“. MA Jansen. 2012. 5 cites.
  66. The invisible politics of bitcoin: governance crisis of a decentralized infrastructure“. P De Filippi, B Loveluck. 2016. 5 cites.
  67. SMART POOL: Practical Decentralized Pooled Mining.“. L Luu, Y Velner, J Teutsch…. 2017. IACR Cryptology ePrint …5 cites.
  68. Introduction to bitcoin“. LP Nian, DLK Chuen. 2015. Handbook of Digital Currency: Bitcoin …5 cites.
  69. The use of block chain technology in different application domains“. JS Czepluch, NZ Lollike, SO Malone. 2015. The IT University of Copenhagen …5 cites.
  70. Fedcoin: A Central Bank-issued Cryptocurrency“. JP Koning. 2016. November5 cites.
  71. Cryptoinsurance“. M Abramowicz. 2015. HeinOnline Wake Forest L. Rev.5 cites.
  72. L’alternative monétaire Bitcoin: une perspective institutionnaliste“. O Lakomski-Laguerre…. 2015. Revue de la régulation …5 cites.
  73. The Great Decentralization: How Web 3.0 Will Weaken Copyrights“. N Vogel. 2015. Browser Download This Paper4 cites.
  74. Issues in designing a Bitcoin-like community currency“. D Vandervort, D Gaucas, R St Jacques. 2015. Springer International Conference on …4 cites.
  75. IKP: Turning a PKI Around with Blockchains.“. S Matsumoto, RM Reischuk. 2016. IACR Cryptology ePrint …4 cites.
  76. A scalable verification solution for blockchains“. J Teutsch, C Reitwießner. 2017. 4 cites.
  77. Trustless Trust“. KD Werbach. 2016. Browser Download This Paper4 cites.
  78. BITCOIN: Cryptography, Economics, and the Future“. S Peng. 2013. Retrieved April4 cites.
  79. Certification of witness: Mitigating blockchain fork attacks“. BL Shultz, D Bayer. 2015. 3 cites.
  80. ZeroBlock: Preventing Selfish Mining in Bitcoin.“. S Solat, M Potop-Butucaru. 2016. arXiv preprint arXiv …3 cites.
  81. Security implications of blockchain cloud with analysis of block withholding attack“. DK Tosh, S Shetty, X Liang, CA Kamhoua…. 2017. Proceedings of the 17th …3 cites.
  82. ZeroBlock: Timestamp-Free Prevention of Block-Withholding Attack in Bitcoin“. S Solat, M Potop-Butucaru. 2016. arXiv preprint arXiv:1605.024353 cites.
  83. Blockchain Electronic Vote“. P Noizat. 2015. Handbook of Digital Currency: Bitcoin, Innovation …3 cites.
  84. Cryptocurrencies as distributed community experiments“. M Tarasiewicz, A Newman. 2015. Handbook of digital currency3 cites.
  85. Tezos: A Self-Amending Crypto-Ledger Position Paper“. LM Goodman. 2014. 3 cites.
  86. Blockchain in financial services: Regulatory landscape and future challenges for its commercial application“. JS Cermeño. 2016. BBVA Research, Madrid, Spain3 cites.
  87. Modeling and verification of the bitcoin protocol“. K Chaudhary, A Fehnker, J Van De Pol…. 2015. arXiv preprint arXiv …3 cites.
  88. Bitcoins: Made in China“. T Swanson. 2014. Bitcoin Magazine3 cites.
  89. Applications of smart-contracts and smart-property utilizing blockchains“. E Hillbom, T Tillström. 2016. 3 cites.
  90. Ikp: Turning a pki around with decentralized automated incentives“. S Matsumoto, RM Reischuk. 2017. Security and Privacy (SP), 2017 …3 cites.
  91. A Survey on Security and Privacy Issues of Bitcoin“. M Conti, C Lal, S Ruj. 2017. arXiv preprint arXiv:1706.009163 cites.
  92. Watermarked tokens and pseudonymity on public blockchains“. T Swanson. 2015. Unpublished manuscript, R3CEV3 cites.
  93. Blockchain’s Struggle to Deliver Impersonal Exchange“. B Arruñada. 2017. 3 cites.
  94. Is Bitcoin money? An analysis from the Austrian school of economic thought“. ÍA Ólafsson. 2014. 3 cites.
  95. $=€= Bitcoin?“. HJ Allen. 2016. 3 cites.
  96. Connecting the Blockchain to the Sun to Save the Planet“. LP Johnson, A Isam, N Gogerty, J Zitoli. 2015. 2 cites.
  97. Bootstrapping trust in distributed systems with blockchains“. M Ali, J Nelson, R Shea, MJ Freedman. 2016. login: USENIX Mag.2 cites.
  98. Blockchain-Free Cryptocurrencies: A Framework for Truly Decentralised Fast Transactions“. X Boyen, C Carr, T Haines. 2016. 2 cites.
  99. Chips Off the Old Blockchain“. S DeCovny. 2015. CFA Institute CFA Institute Magazine2 cites.
  100. Why business schools need to teach about the blockchain“. K Bheemaiah. 2015. 2 cites.
  101. A modified secure version of the Telegram protocol (MTProto)“. J Job, V Naresh…. 2015. … (CONECCT), 2015 IEEE …2 cites.
  102. On Detection of Bitcoin mining redirection attacks“. NT Courtois, P Emirdag, Z Wang. 2015. Information Systems Security …2 cites.
  103. Do We Really Want Blockchain-Based Accounting? Decentralized Consensus as Enabler of Management Override of Internal Controls“. N Rückeshäuser. 2017. 2 cites.
  104. Notes on Scalable Blockchain Protocols (verson 0.3)“. V Buterin, J Coleman, M Wampler-Doty. 2015. 2 cites.
  105. The Great Decentralization: How Web 3.0 Will Weaken Copyrights, 15 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 136 (2015)“. N Vogel. 2015. The John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law2 cites.
  106. Chain interoperability“. V Buterin. 2016. 2 cites.
  107. The blockchain revolution: new opportunities in equity markets“. M Lamarque. 2016. 2 cites.
  108. Digital art as ‘monetised graphics’: Enforcing intellectual property on the blockchain“. M Zeilinger. 2016. Springer Philosophy & Technology2 cites.
  109. Emergence, Growth, and Sustainability of Bitcoin: The Network Economics Perspective“. EG Teo. 2015. Handbook of Digital Currency: Bitcoin, Innovation …2 cites.
  110. NeuCoin: the First Secure, Cost-efficient and Decentralized Cryptocurrency“. K Davarpanah, D Kaufman, O Pubellier. 2015. 2 cites.
  111. Beyond bitcoin: an early overview on smart contracts“. P Cuccuru. 2017. International Journal of Law and Information …2 cites.
  112. Blockchains Consensus Protocols in the Wild“. C Cachin, M Vukolić. 2017. arXiv preprint arXiv:1707.018732 cites.
  113. Cryptographic Currencies from a Tech-Policy Perspective: Policy Issues and Technical Directions“. E McReynolds, A Lerner, W Scott, F Roesner…. 2015. Springer … Conference on Financial …2 cites.
  114. Future of Payment Platforms“. SB Youssefzadeh. 2014. 2 cites.
  115. Increasing the robustness of the Bitcoincrypto-system in presence of undesirable behaviours“. T Lajoie-Mazenc. 2016. 2 cites.
  116. Is Bitcoin money? An analysis from the Austrian school of economic thought“. ÍA Ólafsson. 2014. 2 cites.
  117. Analysis of Bitcoin as a peer-to-peer network for international payments“. S Böhme. 2014. 2 cites.
  118. Bitcoin-Like Protocols and Innovations“. I Masa, DLEEK Chuenb. 2015. Handbook of Digital Currency: Bitcoin …2 cites.
  119. Peer-to-peer law, built on Bitcoin“. MB Abramowicz. 2015. 2 cites.
  120. Blockchain Technology Disrupting Traditional Records Systems“. C Koch, GC Pieters. 2017. 1 cites.
  121. Rep on the roll: a peer to peer reputation system based on a rolling blockchain“. R Dennis, G Owenson. 2016. Int J Digital Society (IJDS)1 cites.
  122. A survey on the security of blockchain systems“. X Li, P Jiang, T Chen, X Luo, Q Wen. 2017. Elsevier Future Generation Computer Systems1 cites.
  123. Blockchain Based Data Integrity Service Framework for IoT Data“. B Liu, XL Yu, S Chen, X Xu…. 2017. Web Services (ICWS) …1 cites.
  124. The Stateless Currency and the State: An Examination of the Feasibility of a State Attack on Bitcoin“. A Kim, D Sng, S Yu. 2014. 1 cites.
  125. Blockchain and the Future of Governance“. R Radu. 2015. 1 cites.
  126. Authority Printed Upon Emptiness“. K O’Hara. 2015. IEEE Internet Computing1 cites.
  127. On availability for blockchain-based systems“. I Weber, V Gramoli, A Ponomarev…. 2017. Proceedings of the …1 cites.
  128. Blockchain Technology in the Swedish Fund Market: A Study on the Trust Relationships Between Actors in a Blockchain-Based Fund Market“. S Huang, J Carlsson. 2016. 1 cites.
  129. On monopolistic practices in bitcoin: a coded solution“. S Samtani, V Baliga. 2015. HeinOnline Indian JL & Tech.1 cites.
  130. The State of Cryptocurrencies, Their Issues and Policy Interactions“. R Subramanian, T Chino. 2015. Journal of International …1 cites.
  131. MAVEPAY a new lightweight payment scheme for peer to peer currency networks“. SD Lerner. 2012. 1 cites.
  132. CoinBlesk, a Mobile NFC Bitcoin Payment System“. R Voellmy. 2015. Bachelor Thesis, Univ. Zürich, Communication Systems …1 cites.
  133. Open Source Operational Risk: Should Public Blockchains Serve as Financial Market Infrastructures?“. A Walch. 2016. 1 cites.
  135. Bitcoin: A new way to understand payment systems“. J Iglesias de Ussel. 2015. 1 cites.
  136. An alternative information plan“. M Monti, S Rasmussen, M Moschettini, L Posani. 2017. 1 cites.
  137. The cross-section of crypto-currencies as financial assets: An overview“. H Elendner, S Trimborn, B Ong, TM Lee. 2016. 1 cites.
  138. Bitcoin Essentials“. A Szmigielski. 2016. 1 cites.
  139. Framework for Securities Regulation of Cryptocurrencies“. P Van Valkenburgh. 2016. 1 cites.
  140. Bitcoin and the Politics of Distributed Trust“. P Barton. 2015. 1 cites.
  141. 비트코인 후 블록체인“. 허세영, 조상래, 김수형. 2017. 1 cites.
  142. Are Transaction Costs Drivers of Financial Institutions? Contracts Made in Heaven, Hell, and the Cloud in Between“. J Hazard, O Sclavounis, H Stieber. 2016. Springer Banking Beyond Banks and Money1 cites.
  143. Towards an internet of trust: issues and solutions for identification and authentication in the internet of things“. M Signorini. 2015. 1 cites.
  144. Regulating The Bitcoin Ecosystem“. R Kapoor. 2016. 1 cites.
  145. Blockchains and Distributed Ledgers in Retrospective and Perspective“. A Lipton. 2017. arXiv preprint arXiv:1703.015051 cites.
  146. The Evolution of the Bitcoin Economy: Extracting and Analyzing the Network of Payment Relationships“. P Tasca, S Liu, A Hayes. 2016. 1 cites.
  147. Real-world Deployability and Usability of Bitcoin“. S Eskandari. 2015. 1 cites.
  148. The Scarcity of Money: The Case of Cryptocurrencies“. A Dinu. 2014. 1 cites.
  149. A scenario planning for interbank payments and Decentralized Ledger Platforms“. CJ Huls. 2015. 1 cites.
  150. Blockchain Security in Cloud Computing: Use Cases, Challenges, and Solutions“. JH Park, JH Park. 2017. Symmetry0 cites.
  151. RDV: Register, Deposit, Vote: a full decentralized consensus algorithm for blockchain based networks“. S Solat. 2017. arXiv preprint arXiv:1707.050910 cites.
  152. The Blockchain: A Gentle Introduction“. JH Witte. 2016. 0 cites.
  153. Will Blockchain Change the Audit?“. Z Li. 0. davidpublisher.org0 cites.
  154. Review of blockchain-based DNS alternatives“. HU Wei-hong, AO Meng, SHI Lin…. 2017. 网络与信息安全 …0 cites.
  155. The All-Pervasiveness of the Blockchain Technology“. D Efanov, P Roschin. 0. . 0 cites.
  156. The Blockchain: A Gentle Four Page Introduction“. JH Witte. 2016. arXiv preprint arXiv:1612.062440 cites.
  157. To What Extent Can Blockchain Be Used as a Tool for Community Guidance“. J Khan. 2016. HeinOnline Edinburgh Student L. Rev.0 cites.
  158. A Proof of Stake Sharding Protocol for Scalable Blockchains“. Y Gao, H Nobuhara. 2017. Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Advanced …0 cites.
  159. Binary Blockchain: Solving the Mining Congestion Problem by Dynamically Adjusting the Mining Capacity“. Y Kim, J Jo. 2017. Springer International Conference on Applied Computing and …0 cites.
  160. Blockchain: An Exploded View“. RB Christiansen. 2016. 0 cites.
  161. Does Miner Pooling Impact Bitcoin’s Ability to Stay Decentralized?“. D Sheehan, R Gleasure, J Feller, P O’Reilly…. 2017. Proceedings of the 13th …0 cites.
  162. Their Own Business“. WC Mine. 0. Financial Cryptography and Data Security0 cites.
  163. A temporal blockchain: a formal analysis“. R Dennis, G Owenson, B Aziz. 2016. Collaboration Technologies and …0 cites.
  164. MayorsChain: a blockchain-based public expenditure management system“. A Culwick. 2015. . 0 cites.
  165. Bitcoins, Its Advantages and Security Threats“. AM Naware. 0. ijarcet.org0 cites.
  166. Mitigating blockchain attack“. J Daniel, G Ducatel, T Dimitrakos. 2016. Google Patents US Patent App. 15/223,2610 cites.
  167. Corporate Governance on Ethereum’s Blockchain“. RD Leonhard. 2017. 0 cites.
  168. Blockchain distributed ledger technologies for biomedical and health care applications“. TT Kuo, HE Kim, L Ohno-Machado. 2017. Journal of the American …0 cites.
  169. Security assessment of blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS) platforms“. V Akinwande. 0. researchgate.net0 cites.
  170. Enhancing Breeder Document Long-Term Security Using Blockchain Technology“. N Buchmann, C Rathgeb, H Baier…. 2017. … ), 2017 IEEE 41st …0 cites.
  171. A Triplicate Smart Contract Model using Blockchain Technology“. P Eze, T Eziokwu, C Okpara. 2017. 0 cites.
  172. Blockchain Implementation Quality Challenges: A Literature“. B KOTESKA, E KARAFILOSKI, A MISHEV. 0. ceur-ws.org0 cites.
  173. Blockchain-based trusted computing in social network“. D Fu, L Fang. 2016. … and Communications (ICCC), 2016 2nd IEEE …0 cites.
  174. Consensus Methods in Blockchain Systems“. J Debus. 2017. 0 cites.
  175. Performance and Scalability of Blockchain Networks and Smart Contracts“. M Scherer. 2017. 0 cites.
  176. A Blockchain-Backed Central Bank Cryptocurrency“. S Gupta, P Lauppe, S Ravishankar. 2017. 0 cites.
  177. K-Chains: A New Class of Blockchains and Related Turing Machines Based on Quantum Mechanics“. K Hegadekatti. 2017. 0 cites.
  178. Brief Announcement: ZeroBlock: Timestamp-Free Prevention of Block-Withholding Attack in Bitcoin“. S Solat, M Potop-Butucaru. 2017. Springer … on Stabilization, Safety, and Security of …0 cites.
  179. Risk Modelling of Blockchain Ecosystem“. I Kabashkin. 2017. Springer International Conference on Network and System …0 cites.
  180. Analysis of Selfish Bitcoin Mining Strategies“. J Elkington. 2015. 0 cites.
  181. CS269I: Incentives in Computer Science Lecture# 9: Incentives in Bitcoin Mining“. T Roughgarden. 2016. 0 cites.
  182. Designing Privacy-Preserving Blockchain Based Accounting Information Systems“. Y Wang, A Kogan. 2017. 0 cites.
  183. Blockchain-Free Cryptocurrencies“. X Boyen, C Carr, T Haines. 0. pdfs.semanticscholar.org0 cites.
  184. An IoT simulator in NS3 and a key-based authentication architecture for IoT devices using blockchain“. S Gan. 2017. 0 cites.
  185. Blockchain Consensus Protocols in the Wild (Keynote Talk)“. C Cachin, M Vukolic. 2017. LIPIcs-Leibniz International Proceedings in …0 cites.
  186. On the Costs of Bitcoin Connectivity“. A Gehani. 2016. 0 cites.
  187. A Reference Model for Blockchain-Based Distributed Ledger Technology“. A Ellervee. 0. nxter.org0 cites.
  188. Analysis of Scalable Blockchain Technology in the Capital Market“. C Jonéus. 2017. 0 cites.
  189. Bitcoins and secure financial transaction processing, recent advances“. S Quamara, AK Singh. 2016. Applied and Theoretical Computing …0 cites.
  190. Financial Innovation“. M Kashif, SF Iftikhar, K Iftikhar, A Keramati, H Ghaneei…. 0. infona.pl0 cites.
  191. Shawn Wilkinson (shawn@ storj. io)“. T Boshevski, J Brandoff, V Buterin. 2014. 0 cites.
  192. The Bitcoin event: How bitcoin and blockchain are challenging the established order and the practices of our economic system“. F Bruneau. 2017. 0 cites.
  193. Gaming Self-Contained Provably Fair Smart Contract Casinos“. PJ Piasecki. 2016. Ledger0 cites.
  194. Features or Bugs: The Seven Sins of Current Bitcoin“. NT Courtois. 2016. Springer Banking Beyond Banks and Money0 cites.
  195. The Distributed Liability of Distributed Ledgers: Legal Risks of Blockchain“. DA Zetzsche, RP Buckley, DW Arner. 2017. 0 cites.
  196. Off the Chain: A Guide to Blockchain Derivatives Markets and the Implications on Systemic Risk“. R Surujnath. 2017. HeinOnline Fordham J. Corp. & Fin. L.0 cites.
  197. Digital revolution in depression: A technologies update for clinicians“. MA Lazar, Z Pan, RM Ragguett, Y Lee…. 2017. Elsevier … Medicine in Psychiatry0 cites.
  198. Digital cryptocurrencies: The design and network analysis of the Bitcoin infrastructure“. OA Oluwoye. 2016. 0 cites.
  199. A brief survey of Cryptocurrency systems“. U Mukhopadhyay, A Skjellum…. 2016. Privacy, Security and …0 cites.
  200. SpaceMint“. G Fuchsbauer, S Park, A Kwon, K Pietrzak, J Alwen…. 0. di.ens.fr0 cites.
  201. A New Blockchain-Based Value-Added Tax System“. DA Wijaya, JK Liu, DA Suwarsono, P Zhang. 2017. Springer International Conference on …0 cites.
  202. Blockchain: Emergent Industry Adoption and Implications for Accounting“. J Kokina, R Mancha…. 2017. Journal of Emerging …0 cites.
  203. A Distributed Public Key Infrastructure for the Web Backed by a Blockchain“. B Fredriksson. 2017. 0 cites.
  204. POLICY PROPOSAL“. J LAROCCO. 2015. 0 cites.
  205. Blockchain technology in Scania Services: An investigative study of how blockchain technology can be utilized by Scania“. J Lindberg. 2017. 0 cites.
  206. Optimizations, confirmation, contest and postlocking periods Sidechain implementation using Smartcontract in the secondary chain side Sidechain …“. WH Custody. 0. bravenewcoin.com0 cites.
  207. Blockchain: Technology and Applications“. W Pree. 2016. 0 cites.
  208. Beyond Bitcoin: A Critical Look at Blockchain-Based Systems“. D Romano, G Schmid. 2017. Cryptography0 cites.
  209. The ESMA View on Blockchain“. KD Ngo. 2017. 0 cites.
  210. Decolonization in a Digital Age: Cryptocurrencies and Indigenous Self-Determination in Canada“. C Alcantara, C Dick. 2017. Canadian Journal of Law & Society/La Revue …0 cites.
  211. Decentralized Transactions in a Centralized Environment: A Blockchain Study Within the Transport Industry“. M Löf. 2017. 0 cites.
  212. Replacing Paper Contracts With Ethereum Smart Contracts“. W Egbertsen, G Hardeman, M van den Hoven…. 2016. 0 cites.
  213. A Proportionate Response“. A Perlow, N Cook. 2017. 0 cites.
  214. Revisiting Democratic Mining in Bitcoins: Its Weakness and Possible Remedies“. G Paul. 2015. Springer International Conference on Information Systems …0 cites.
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