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Tokenomics 2021 call for papers

  • 1.  Tokenomics 2021 call for papers

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    Tokenomics 2021 is currently accepting submissions.  Please consider submitting and please forward this to any people or lists you think would be interested. 

     

    Tokenomics is an international forum for theory, design, analysis, implementation and applications of blockchains and smart contracts. The goal of the conference is to bring together economists, computer science researchers and practitioners working on blockchains in a unique program featuring outstanding invited talks and academic presentations. This year's conference is hosted by New York University (NYU), and will be held remotely on Zoom.

    Keynote speakers

     

    Dates

    • Submission deadline: August 15, 2021 
    • Notification: September 30, 2021
    • Conference: November 18-19, 2021 (online event)

     

    Award for the best paper and talk 

    Asseth-Kaiko Prize for Research in Cryptoeconomics 2021 will be awarded to the best paper and talk

    Topics of interest

    Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

    -     Distributed protocols for blockchains

    -     Consensus games and mechanism design issues of blockchains

    -     Lightweight protocols and networking issues of blockchains

    -     Fairness and Consistency (logical and economical) of blockchains

    -     Blockchain security, privacy and cryptographic tools

    -     Repeated games, collaborative games, reputation, algorithmic game theory

    -     ICO and cryptocurrencies, token valuation, governance and voting

    -     Trust models for blockchains

    -     Smart contracts and programming languages

    -     Interaction of supply chains and blockchains, with use of smart contracts 

    -     Formal methods for blockchains

    -     Incentive theory and mechanisms design in DeFi

    -     Secure multiparty computations (SMPC, e. g, auctions with sealed bids)

    -     Multi-agent systems and machine learning techniques applied to blockchains

    The program committee encourages the submission of original interdisciplinary works exploring the conjunction of economic concerns with distributed systems, networks and system security.

     

    Program committee chairs

    Computer science track:

    Vincent Gramoli, University of Sydney and EPFL

    Rafael Pass, Cornell University

    Economics track:

    Hanna Halaburda, NYU Stern School of Business

     

    Organizing committee chairs

    Hanna Halaburda, NYU Stern School of Business  

    Joseph Bonneau, NYU Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences



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    Volodymyr Babich
    Professor
    Georgetown University
    Washington DC
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