Add Research Center Record
The Research Center is an indexed collection for blockchain resources. In a community based approach, resources on Distributed Ledger technologies are collected, indexed, described and linked. The result is a filterable and searchable knowledge base of high quality block chain sources. It can contain everything from relevant news sites, podcast secret tips to scientific papers. Help us fill the library of sources!
1. Stay on topic: Please post and discuss topics relevant to blockchain and distributed ledger technologies.
2. Focus on quality: Please only provide high quality and well founded sources
3. Give more than you take: What makes a community amazing is when members are more focused on helping each other than helping themselves. Any kind of advertisement or affiliate links will not be published.
4. No hate speech or bullying: sources that contain critical content like race, religion, culture, sexual orientation, gender or identity will not be tolerated.
Thank you for your contribution to make blockchain resources more accessible!
What is the title of the source?
What is the type of the source? Choose the most suitable type
Podcast/ Audio Channel
Community/ Social Media
Video/ Video Channel
Academic Paper/ Research Article
Book/ Book Chapter
Video/ Video Channels
Author (Name, Initial.)
Who is/are the author(s) of the source? Use the format "Name, Initial." and separate authors by Semicolons ";" For organisations use the name of the organisation instead. example: Buterin, V.; Wood, G.
When was the source published? If not available please write "n.d."
Where is the source available? Please provide an URL. For sientific papers we suggest to provide a link to the source on google scholar.
What is the language of the source?
Maximum 5 tags separated by ", " e.g. bitcoin, cryptocurrency, research, money, gold
Where was the source initially published? e.g. IEEE 1st International Conference on Internet-of-Things Design and Implementation , Berlin, Germany
Please provide a short summary/ description (approx. 100 - 150 words). For scientific sources you can use the abstract of the paper.
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