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Measuring Blockchain Decentralisation on the Consensus Layer – A Tool by the EDI Team

by Christina Ovezik Posted 25 October, 2023 The Edinburgh Decentralisation Index (EDI) project aims to define and measure blockchain decentralisation in a systematic way. As a first step,…

Rewards Sharing Simulation Engine

by Christina Ovezik & Aggelos Kiayias Posted 9 Sept, 2022 In a previous blog post, we analysed Pool Splitting Behaviour and Equilibrium Properties in Cardano’s Rewards Scheme, demonstrating…

Comparison of alternative reward schemes for Cardano

by Christina Ovezik & Aggelos Kiayias Posted 21 July, 2022 The reward sharing scheme used in the current deployment of Cardano has some favourable properties that were analysed…

Pool Splitting Behaviour and Equilibrium Properties in Cardano’s Rewards Scheme

by Christina Ovezik & Aggelos Kiayias Posted 19 April, 2022 Since the introduction of blockchain systems more than a decade ago, groups and individuals from both academia and…

Turning Academic Research into Cutting Edge Technology: Blockchain Technology Laboratory and the Cardano Ledger

By Prof. Aggelos Kiayias Posted 29 March, 2021 The advent of the Bitcoin system in 2009 brought forth the promise of blockchain technology in Information Technology (IT) services. …


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