cryptoeconomic systems Journal
Welcome to the Digital Currency Initiative’s Cryptoeconomic Systems journal page.
In a collaborative project between MIT and other institutes we’re in the process of creating together a new scholarly publication to disseminate impactful research on the topic of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. We intend this publication to provide an outlet for peer reviewed original research published alongside reviewers’ comments and analyses of ongoing research in order to further encourage transdisciplinary discussions in the community.
Co-Editors in Chief
Neha Narula - Director of MIT’s Digital Currency Initiative
Andrew Miller - Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, in Electrical and Computer Engineering and affiliate in Computer Science / Associate Director of the Initiative for Cryptocurrencies and Contracts IC3
Cryptoeconomic Systems: Journal & Conference Series
Call For Papers: Cryptoeconomic Systems Spring ‘20 Conference ::: 2020.cryptoeconomic.systems
We are pleased to announce a Call For Papers for a two-day event to be held in Boston in early March: Cryptoeconomic Systems (CES) ‘20.
Topics of interest include all contexts of cryptoeconomic systems with emphasis on computer science, economics and law. Interdisciplinary approaches are particularly encouraged. We are searching for the following types of submissions: research papers, SoKs, meta-analyses, subject surveys, measurement papers, and working papers. Submissions can be up to 5000 words excluding references and appendices.
Accepted papers for Cryptoeconomic Systems ‘20 will be presented at the conference and included in a special conference proceedings edition of the Cryptoeconomic Systems journal - online with print edition to follow. For full details of our program committee please visit the conference website.
Submission: October 22 2019 (HotCRP)
Author notification: January 18 2020
Camera Ready: February 2 2020
Conference: Early March 2020