Last update March 2020 - THIS PAGE IS BEING REGULARLY UPDATED.
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 15000 words excluding references and appendices.
Papers may be formatted in any A4 format and submitted via HotCRP as PDF files. All papers must be submitted electronically according to the instructions found at the submission site. A total page restriction may apply for the published proceedings version and reviewers are not required to read the appendices.
A regular paper will be considered an exclusive submission, and if it is accepted, both the full paper and the review summary will be published in the Cryptoeconomic Systems Journal. If the paper you submit is currently under submission to another peer reviewed venue, you must make this clear during the submission by marking it as a “Hot Topics Submission”.
We *recommend* that authors remove any identifying information from their submissions, even if the paper is available with author names elsewhere, because it helps the reviewers to focus their attention on the content of the paper rather than preconceptions about the authors. However, deanonymization is optional and we will not reject a paper on this basis, for example if the deanonymization is incomplete (author names appear by mistake somewhere) or if the author names can be found online.
Pre-prints, Author Versions & Double Blind Reviewing:
We expect that submitted papers may often also be available on public pre-print servers such as ePrint, arXiv.org or SSRN. We welcome such submissions. This includes working papers, technical papers and interim reports from the fields of economics and law, or latest work from technical domains.
Publication and Presentation:
Accepted papers are to be included in Cryptoeconomic Systems Journal which is a forthcoming Diamond Open Access journal published by the MIT Press. Though MIT Press requires only a non-exclusive license to publish accepted works, authors are responsible for obtaining appropriate publication clearances.
Open Peer Review Policy:
Long term, the editorial team is interested in undertaking experiments to maximize the speed, quality and reach of our journal’s publication processes. As a starting point, an open peer review policy will be operated with reviewer feedback being published online alongside accepted papers with optional reviewer attribution. We encourage the adoption of various forms of peer review within the cryptocurrency community, to use the publication of reviewer feedback as a way of seeding public discussions and to experiment with increased transparency and reputation systems in the review process.
Conflicts of Interest, Ethics & Professional Conduct:
Authors should also report any potential conflicts of interest with program committee members during the submission process. Please respect the latest editions of The ACM Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct, COPE and our Code of Conduct in all aspects of conference and journal interactions.
Andrew Miller (UIUC / IC3)
Neha Narula (MIT DCI)
Wassim Alsindi (Cryptoeconomic Systems)
Robleh Ali (MIT DCI)
Dan Aronoff (MIT)
Man Ho Allen Au (Hong Kong Univ.)
Sarah Azouvi (UCL / Protocol Labs)
Andrew Bailey (Yale Univ.)
Oliver Beige (Independent)
Alex Biryukov (University of Luxembourg)
Balázs Bodó (Amsterdam Univ.)
Joe Bonneau (NYU)
Erik Bordeleau (Concordia Univ.)
Jaya Klara Brekke (Durham Univ.)
Christian Cachin (Bern Univ.)
Nic Carter (Castle Island)
Tarun Chitra (Gauntlet)
Primavera De Filippi (CNRS / Harvard)
Christian Decker (Blockstream)
Tadge Dryja (MIT DCI)
Rick Dudley (Vulcanize)
Quinn DuPont (UC Dublin)
Silke Noa Elrifai (Gnosis, CNRS / CERSA / Uni. Paris II)
Matheus Venturyne Xavier Ferreira (Princeton Univ.)
Martin Florian (Weizenbaum Institute / HU Berlin)
Cyril Grunspan (De Vinci Research Center)
Hanna Halaburda (NYU Stern)
Sam Hart (COALA)
Zhiguo He (Chicago Booth)
Ethan Heilman (Arwen)
Aniket Kate (Purdue)
Sung Eun Summer Kim (UC Irvine)
William Knottenbelt (Imperial College London)
Georgios Konstantopoulos (Independent)
Antoine Le Calvez (CoinMetrics)
Andrea Leiter (Melbourne Univ.)
Sarah Jamie Lewis (Open Privacy)
Laura Lotti (Independent)
Jacky Mallett (Reykjavík Univ.)
Patrick McCorry (anydot)
Bob McElrath (Independent)
Catherine Meadows (Naval Research Laboratory)
Pedro Moreno-Sanchez (TU Wien)
Patrick Murck (Transparent Systems)
Sunoo Park (MIT / Harvard)
Jason Potts (RMIT)
James Prestwich (Summa)
Alex Psomas (Google Research)
Ellie Rennie (RMIT)
Lane Rettig (Spacemesh)
Carla Reyes (MSU)
Dan Robinson (Paradigm)
Thibault Schrepel (Utrecht / Harvard)
Alfred Taudes (WU Vien)
Florian Tschorsch (TU Berlin)
Madars Virza (MIT DCI)
Angela Walch (St. Mary's Univ. / UCL CBT)
Michael Zargham (BlockScience / WU Wien)
Dionysis Zindros (Athens Univ.)