049011 Blockchain seminar 2019 paper assignment
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Pick a row or add one, add your name. Move the row into the schedule, shift lower rows if necessary to keep same-color rows together (by topic)
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Ok to choose a relevant 2018-2019 paper that's not in the list. Enter details and notify me for confirmation.
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DatePresenterTitleAuthorsVenueLink
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28/10/2019NO CLASS
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4/11/2019IttayIntro (1)
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11/11/2019IttayIntro (2)
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18/11/2019NO CLASS
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25/11/2019TsabaryCompeting semi-selfish miners in BitcoinMarmolejo-Cossio, Brigham, Sela, KatzAFT'19https://dl.acm.org/authorize?N695200
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2/12/2019Uri KirsteinMind the MiningGoren, SpiegelmanEC'19https://arxiv.org/abs/1902.03899
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9/12/2019Ariel LivshitsBitcoin: A Natural Oligopoly. arXiv, Nov 2018.Aronsti and WeinbergTRhttps://arxiv.org/pdf/1811.08572.pdf
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16/12/2019Michal FriedmanAn Axiomatic Approach to Block RewardsChen, Papadimitriou, RoughgardenAFT'19
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23/12/2019Avi AsayagMimblewimble/Grin/Beamhttps://download.wpsoftware.net/bitcoin/wizardry/mimblewimble.pdf
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30/12/2019Shirli Di-CastroA better method to analyze blockchain consistencyKiffer, Rajaraman, Shelat
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6/1/2020Alon RashelbachRapidChain: Fast Blockchain Consensus via Full Shardinghttp://delivery.acm.org/10.1145/3250000/3243853/p931-zamani.pdf?ip=132.68.138.134&id=3243853&acc=CHORUS&key=0D17F1A88EABC760%2E73E0BAC401C36D1F%2E4D4702B0C3E38B35%2E6D218144511F3437&__acm__=1573380411_ee6464cbf3875a5966e53ee3765ef247
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13/1/2020NirCentrally banked Cryptocurrencies. Danezis, MeiklejohnNDSS'16
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20/1/2020HotStuff: BFT Consensus with Linearity and ResponsivenessYin, Malkhi, Reiter, Golan-Gueta, AbrahamPODC'19
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27/1/2020Ittay TBD
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Optimal Selfish Mining Sapirshtein, Sompolinsky, ZoharFC'16
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TsabaryCompeting semi-selfish miners in BitcoinMarmolejo-Cossio, Brigham, Sela, KatzAFT'19https://dl.acm.org/authorize?N695200
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Uri KirsteinMind the MiningGoren, SpiegelmanEC'19
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Alon RashelbachRapidChain: Fast Blockchain Consensus via Full ShardingZamani, Movahedi, RaykovaCCS'18
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Prism: Deconstructing the Blockchain to Approach Physical LimitsVivek Bagaria, Sreeram Kannan, David Tse, Giulia Fanti, Pramod ViswanathTR(?)
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Fine-Grained and Controlled Rewriting in Blockchains: Chameleon-Hashing Gone Attribute-BasedDerler, Samelin, Slamanig, StriecksNDSS'19https://eprint.iacr.org/2019/406.pdf
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Shirli Di CastroA better method to analyze blockchain consistencyKiffer, Rajaraman, ShelatCCS'18
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Avi AsayagMimblewimble/Grin/Beam
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Perun: Virtual Payment Hubs over CryptocurrenciesDziembowski, Eckey, Faust, Malinowski
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The Arwen Trading ProtocolsHeilman, Lipmann, GoldbergTRhttps://www.arwen.io/whitepaper.pdf
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Paralysis Proofs: Secure Dynamic Access Structures for Cryptocurrency Custody and MoreZhang, Daian, Bentov, Miers, Juels
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Anonymous Multi-Hop Locks for Blockchain Scalability and InteroperabilityMalavolta, Moreno-Sanchez, Schneidewind, Kate, Maffei NDSS
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Centrally banked Cryptocurrencies. Danezis, MeiklejohnNDSS'16
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Roee MazorHotStuff: BFT Consensus with Linearity and ResponsivenessYin, Malkhi, Reiter, Golan-Gueta, AbrahamPODC'19
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