Bitcoin's Academic Pedigree | December 2017

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Tether responds to academic paper on bitcoin manipulation; calls it 'flawed' and 'embarrassing'

Tether responds to academic paper on bitcoin manipulation; calls it 'flawed' and 'embarrassing' submitted by riqelme to Tether [link] [comments]

Tether responds to academic paper on bitcoin manipulation; calls it ‘flawed’ and ’embarrassing’. Tether states the authors of the updated paper released a "weakened yet equally flawed version of their prior article," calling the paper "a watered-down and embarrassing walk-back of its predecessor."

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Tether responds to academic paper on bitcoin manipulation; calls it ‘flawed’ and ’embarrassing’

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Tether responds to academic paper on bitcoin manipulation; calls it ‘flawed’ and ’embarrassing’

Tether responds to academic paper on bitcoin manipulation; calls it ‘flawed’ and ’embarrassing’ submitted by a36 to AllThingsCrypto [link] [comments]

I'm writing a paper on Bitcoins. Anyone have any good academic papers on Bitcoins or on Cryptocurrency in general?

I've found a handful, and I've got a generic one about how money is all conceptual and just numbers in a computer anyways, but any help would be great!
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I wrote an academic paper on Bitcoin for a sociology journal

Long time lurker, first time poster in this subreddit. I have written a paper on some of the more sociologically interesting aspects of Bitcoin, and would be interested to hear if the community had any opinions on it.
If you happen to have institutional access to the small Danish sociology journal Distinktion you can read a nicely formatted and proofread version here, if not you can read my ass-ugly Word version at my personal web page.
The TL:DR for the paper - which I realise is probably a bit heavy on the sociological theory, sorry about that - is that I consider Bitcoin to be an exciting and novel technological innovation that will have consequences in the way electronic transactions are handled in the future, but also that I don't think Bitcoin is a revolutionary new way of doing monetary policy, like a lot of people seem to assume. As a sociologist, I see markets as something more than a technical-economic question. They are also tied to a lot of institutions and ways of doing things which are far stickier than they seem. For example, I don't think people will be ready to accept a world where they are themselves personally responsible for keeping their money safe from theft or tampering. There are lots of "old" economic institutions that will get involved to make Bitcoin look a lot more like traditional currencies as it becomes more popular - and that includes types of regulation that does not appeal so much to the libertarians that originally designed it. Phew, that's a long TL:DR...
Oh, and if you see something in here that isn't correct, you're probably right. A couple of points in my defence:
1) The way academic publishing works, getting a paper out takes a long time. Given that things in Bitcoinland are developing extremely fast, a lot of the information in here is already outdated.
2) This is written for an audience that don't necessarily know anything about Bitcoin. Also, I'm neither an economist nor a computer scientist, so I'm sure there are mistakes in the technical descriptions here - I already see there are things I would have worded differently if I could rewrite it. I'm posting it here so you guys can understand something about what a sociologist sees when looking at something like Bitcoin.
That being said, feel free to criticize me!
EDIT: A word.
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I'm writing a paper on Bitcoins. Anyone have any good academic papers on Bitcoins or on Cryptocurrency in general? /r/Bitcoin

I'm writing a paper on Bitcoins. Anyone have any good academic papers on Bitcoins or on Cryptocurrency in general? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Some of you may already know me; I'm writing an academic paper on Bitcoin. I will try to answer your technological, economical, political and sociological questions regarding Bitcoin on ask.fm

Some of you may already know me; I'm writing an academic paper on Bitcoin. I will try to answer your technological, economical, political and sociological questions regarding Bitcoin on ask.fm submitted by TenshiS to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

BCH Survey

An academic paper on Bitcoin Cash that studies the effect of news propagation on adoption. I am hoping that many people that care about the success of BCH will fill the survey.
https://kellogg.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8v8vqdOmFqBboHj
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BCH Survey

An academic paper on Bitcoin Cash that studies the effect of news propagation on adoption. I am hoping that many people that care about the success of BCH will fill the survey.
https://kellogg.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8v8vqdOmFqBboHj
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Blockchair.com: "There have been some suggestions to alter the whitepaper hosted on bitcoin.org. We believe that editing an academic paper and rewriting the Bitcoin history in order to accommodate someone's business interests is downright unacceptable."

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A concentrated campaign of price manipulation may have accounted for at least half of the increase in the price of Bitcoin and other big cryptocurrencies last year, according to a paper released on Wednesday by an academic with a history of spotting fraud in financial markets.

A concentrated campaign of price manipulation may have accounted for at least half of the increase in the price of Bitcoin and other big cryptocurrencies last year, according to a paper released on Wednesday by an academic with a history of spotting fraud in financial markets. submitted by ekser to Futurology [link] [comments]

12-23 21:03 - 'Zcoin Releases Academic Paper on Lelantus Protocol to Tackle Privacy Blockchain Issues' (coinjournal.net) by /u/Twoubleff removed from /r/Bitcoin within 6-16min

Zcoin Releases Academic Paper on Lelantus Protocol to Tackle Privacy Blockchain Issues
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An epic database of almost 600 academic research papers on Bitcoin, now updated to cover 2015

An epic database of almost 600 academic research papers on Bitcoin, now updated to cover 2015 submitted by EconHacker to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

The State of Academic Bitcoin Research 2014: Includes a downloadable Google Doc with over 250 research papers on Bitcoin

The State of Academic Bitcoin Research 2014: Includes a downloadable Google Doc with over 250 research papers on Bitcoin submitted by EconHacker to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

fun factoid: Easter egg on Bitcoin academic paper

A year ago we published a usability paper on Bitcoin "A First Look at the Usability of Bitcoin Key Management" and for fun we left some bitcoins in it. It was peer reviewed, presented at the conference and discussed on reddit and no one found it.
A few days ago, finally someone found the easter egg and moved the bitcoins, about a year later.
Link to the paper: http://users.encs.concordia.ca/~clark/papers/2015_usec.pdf
P.S this paper has been already cited in 2 other papers in the last year.
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A concentrated campaign of price manipulation may have accounted for at least half of the increase in the price of Bitcoin and other big cryptocurrencies last year, according to a paper released on Wednesday by an academic with a history of spotting fraud in financial markets.

A concentrated campaign of price manipulation may have accounted for at least half of the increase in the price of Bitcoin and other big cryptocurrencies last year, according to a paper released on Wednesday by an academic with a history of spotting fraud in financial markets. submitted by unremovable to unremovable [link] [comments]

Seeking co-authors for academic paper on BTC /r/Bitcoin

Seeking co-authors for academic paper on BTC /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Blockchair.com: "There have been some suggestions to alter the whitepaper hosted on bitcoin.org. We believe that editing an academic paper and rewriting the Bitcoin history in order to accommodate someone's business interests is downright unacceptable."

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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Seeking co-authors for academic paper on BTC

The following post by DataJenius is being replicated because some comments within the post(but not the post itself) have been silently removed.
The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link:
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The original post's content was as follows:
Can the price of BTC be accurately modeled using machine learning?
This is the question I am trying to answer. Spoiler alert: the answer is almost certainly "no". However, I wish to study the issue academically, apply a wide range of potential models, and evaluate the resulting variance in predictions. To help you visualize with examples:
Here is an AR4 showing variance in different global warming models
Here is a model of the S&P 500
I think there is an eager audience for work like this, and I am seeking serious minded co-authors to help me. I am seeking data scientists, machine learning engineers, quantitative analysts, and data-minded partners who want to look through this data with me.
I want to tell the story of Bitcoin through data, not opinion.
I want people who can look at this graph...
Logistic Regression of BTC, circa 2016
...and understand just how amazing and insane this all is- mathematically speaking.
Let's get a conversation going. What other research have you seen on the subject? What other papers or articles or forum posts are worth reading?
I'd also like to open-source all data and code as part of this project, assuming there is interest.
What say you?
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Academic Paper on Future of Money and Bitcoin

Academic Paper on Future of Money and Bitcoin submitted by bendover340 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Academic Paper on Future of Money and Bitcoin

Academic Paper on Future of Money and Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

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On January 3, 2020, the Bitcoin network officially turns 11 and the technology has transformed the lives of many. Since blockchain’s inception, scholars and economists have rigorously studied and written thousands of academic papers covering the subject. Bitcoin's ledger data structure is borrowed, with minimal modifications, from a series of papers by Stuart Haber and Scott Stornetta written between 1990 and 1997 (their 1991 paper had another co-author, Dave Bayer). 5,22,23 We know this because Nakamoto says so in his bitcoin white paper. 34 Haber and Stornetta's work addressed the problem of They go through a lot of papers, academic sources, online forums etc. The most amazing part is the explanation of a great mystery related to Satoshi Nakamoto which we, of course, won’t tell you what it is. It’s a must-read paper. Eclipse Attacks on Bitcoin’s Peer-to-Peer Network On January 3, 2020, the Bitcoin network officially turns 11 and the technology has transformed the lives of many. Since blockchain’s inception, scholars and economists have rigorously studied and written thousands of academic papers covering the subject. In 2019, there were more than 13,700 academic papers and Google Scholar articles published that mention the Bitcoin […] on. Along came bitcoin, a radically different proposal for a decentralized cryptocurrency that did not need the banks, and digital cash finally succeeded. Its inventor, the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto, was an academic outsider, and bitcoin bears no resemblance to earlier academic proposals. This article challenges that view by

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