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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…

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. …

BTL has record 7 papers accepted by FC21

The Blockchain Technology Lab has achieved remarkable success this year, with an outstanding accomplishment of having 7 papers accepted at the prestigious Financial Cryptography and Data Security 2021…

The Architecture of Decentralised Finance Platforms in the Post COVID-19 Era — A New Open Finance Paradigm

The Faculty of Law at the University of Oxford have published in the Oxford Business Law Blog a comprehensive summary of a recent interdisciplinary research paper by Prof. Emilios…

Advances in Blockchain Technology Scotland 2020 – Webinar

The Blockchain Technology Lab (BTL) hosted the “Advances in Blockchain Technology Scotland” webinar on September 30, 2020, in collaboration with the Bayes Centre. This half-day event aimed to…

To (De)centralise or Not: COVID-19 Contact Tracing

By Prof. Aggelos Kiayias Posted 26 May, 2020 The ability to notify effectively and expediently people that were in close contact with someone diagnosed with Covid-19 is an…

COVID-19, contact tracing from a security and privacy perspective

By Prof. Aggelos Kiayias Posted 23 April, 2020 In the last few weeks there was a spate of discussions and proposals on COVID-19 related “contact tracing” systems focusing…

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