In 2009, Bitcoin was created to establish a new currency. Different from other currencies that are created by central banks or banks that also verify transactions, Bitcoin is a decentralized currency that does not rely on a central agency to verify transactions or create money. It is based on the Blockchain, which consists of verified transactions and thus serves as memory. Following the idea of Bitcoin, many cryptoassets have been created in recent years to serve various purposes, forming a crypto finance ecosystem.
All the relevant information concerning the editorial work of your paper can be found in the Seminar guidelines.
Deadline: Sunday, January 6th 2019, Midnight.
Presentations take place on December 6th-8th, 2018 and are required to be in English. Presence for all presentations is mandatory. Each student has an assigned time slot of 30 minutes. Please leave some room for questions. See below for presentations guidelines.
Deadline for handing in the presentations (by mail to romina.ruprecht-at-unibas.ch) is Wednesday, December 5th, midnight.