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Quentin Bramas (Université de Strasbourg) “Blockchain using Proof-of-Interactions ”

May 12, 2022 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Cryptoeconomics Seminar
Time: 13:00 pm – 14:00 pm
Date: 12th May 2022
Room : 3105 + zoom

Quentin Bramas (Université de Strasbourg) “Blockchain using Proof-of-Interactions ”

Abstract: The most famous Blockchain, Bitcoin, uses Proof-of-work to elect the next block. Proof-of-work is originally a puzzle-based anti-spam technique that is used to prove that some time has passed. Another puzzle-based anti-spam method called « network guided tour » has the same purpose but do not require the client to use its computational power. In this presentation, I will explain how this method can be adapted in the context of Blockchains to replace the Proof-of-work, in order to obtain a Blockchain protocol that does not consume an amount of electricity equivalent to a small country.

Michele Fabi, Post-doctoral researcher at École Polytechnique – CREST
Yackolley Amoussou-Guenou, PhD student at CEA List

Blockchain & B2B Platforms Chair (CREST)
JEL Classification:
C70, G22, O33
Blockchain, Nash Equilibrium, Insurance, Reinsurance, Technology adoption, FinTech