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Meeting #1: Blockchain (Part 1)

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Date Time Location
Monday, July 02, 2018 (11 Tir 1397) 15:00 – 16:00 Khatam University, Room 202

Although blockchain, cryptocurrencies’ underlying technology, has been widely covered in the media, its economics hasn’t been properly studied, yet. Consequently, blockchain will be a recurring theme in our reading group meetings. In this (the first) meeting, we review the basics of blockchain before our discussion of the assigned paper begins.

Required Reading(s) The Economic Limits of the Blockchain, by Eric Budish