The Cryptoeconomic Systems journal and conference series aims to be a reputable venue and scholarly publication of record for impactful original research and reviews, analyses & systematizations of existing knowledge with a focus on cryptocurrency & blockchain technology. By bringing together the technical fields of cryptography, protocol engineering and distributed systems research with insights from the domains of economics, law, complex systems and philosophy we wish to help crystallize a mature research commons.
The journal is to be published by The MIT Press using a diamond open access policy, co-ordinated by a Managing Editor Wassim Alsindi and two Editors-in-Chief: Andrew Miller and Neha Narula. Guidance comes from our Advisory Board, whose members are: Dan Boneh, Eric Budish, Justin Drake, Shafi Goldwasser, Maurice Herlihy, Simon Johnson, Dahlia Malkhi, Sendhil Mullainathan, Arvind Narayanan, Robert Townsend, Kevin Werbach & Pieter Wuille.
Latest News & Important Notices:
Our first Journal Call for Papers deadline has been extended and closes soon, submit here: https://jcryptoeconsys20.hotcrp.com/
Stay tuned for Cryptoeconomic Systems Journal “Issue 0”
A Note from the Editors on the Cryptoeconomic Systems journey so far
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Cryptoeconomic Systems 2020 Conference Details
Event Title: Cryptoeconomic Systems (CES) ‘20
Full Conference Program: https://cryptoeconomicsystems.pubpub.org/ces20-program
Location: MIT Campus, Cambridge, MA, United States alongside The MIT Bitcoin Expo
Tickets via MIT Bitcoin Expo: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mit-bitcoin-expo-2020-tickets-91011105667
COVID-19 Advisory: https://cryptoeconomicsystems.pubpub.org/pub/w6pas45q
Though it had been less than 5 months since our October ‘19 Summit, we were ready to go again the following March! We presented our first peer reviewed conference event - Cryptoeconomic Systems ‘20 - in cooperation with USENIX, the advancing computing systems association. We gratefully acknowledge sponsorship from the Web3 Foundation, Calibra and Cooley LLP. Huge thanks to the MIT Bitcoin Club for hosting us alongside the 7th annual MIT Bitcoin Expo this year!
Read this Note from the Editors for more on the Cryptoeconomic Systems journey so far.