There's still time to get your submission in...
We hope this message finds you well through these accelerating times!
This is a time-critical update: our first journal Call for Papers is due to close at the end of this month! Please consider it as a venue for your work and help us push forward this interdisciplinary experiment by sharing the information with your colleagues:
Our submission portal is here: https://jcryptoeconsys20.hotcrp.com/
Topics of Interest:
Topics of interest include all contexts of cryptoeconomic systems with emphasis on computer science, economics and law. Interdisciplinary approaches are particularly encouraged. Here are some topics that the editorial team wish to highlight:
Analysis of blockchain protocols
Anonymity, privacy, and confidentiality
Applications using or built on Bitcoin
Bitcoin protocol and extensions
Case studies (e.g. of adoption, attacks, forks, scams, …)
Cryptocurrency adoption and transition dynamics
Distributed consensus protocols
Economic and monetary aspects of cryptocurrencies
Economics and/or game theoretic analysis of cryptocurrency protocols
Economics of permissioned and permissionless blockchains
Empirical analysis of network and on-chain data
Forensics, monitoring, and fraud detection (performing and preventing)
Legal, ethical and societal aspects of digital currencies
New cryptographic primitives applied to cryptocurrencies or blockchains
Philosophical scope and implications of digital money & virtual resources
Proof-of-work, -stake, -burn
Real-world measurements and metrics
Relation of cryptocurrencies to other payment systems
Scripting and smart contract analysis and tools
Transaction graph analysis
Usability and user studies
Other Cryptoeconomic Systems news brief:
We are seeking expressions of interest to host our flagship peer reviewed conference in Europe or Asia in 2021. Call for Hosts is here.
Our editors Andrew, Neha and Wassim wrote this letter earlier in the year giving some background and context to the Cryptoeconomic Systems journey so far.
Our prototype of the first journal output will soon be ready for your perusal! Issue 0 is intended will be an open experiment in reformulating the traditional publication medium for our accelerating times.
Wassim and the Cryptoeconomic Systems team