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Annals of Tourism Research In Press, Corrected ProofWhat are Corrected Proof articles? Highlights • • • • • First page preview Click to open first page preview Open this preview in PDF View full text
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This book explores recent advances in digital banking and cryptocurrency, emphasizing mobile technology and evolving uses of cryptocurrencies as financial assets
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Transactions are the most important part of the bitcoin system. Everything else in bitcoin is designed to ensure that transactions can be created, propagated on the network, validated, and finally added to the global ledger of transactions (the blockchain).
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Conceptually, the blockchain is a distributed database containing records of transactions that are shared among participating members. Each transaction is confirmed by the consensus of a majority of the members, making fraudulent transactions unable to pass collective confirmatio(...)
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Blockchain is not the first -and certainly will not be the last- network fever we will experience. This paper shows how blockchain networks will disrupt the urban context as well, similarly to what it is happening in the fintech and insurtech spaces, among many other emerging app(...)
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Consensus is a fundamental problem of distributed computing. While this problem has been known to be unsolvable since 1985, existing protocols were designed these past three decades to solve consensus under various assumptions.
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The paper focuses on various legal-related aspects of the application of blockchain technologies in the copyright sphere.
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Since its inception, the blockchain technology has shown promising application prospects. From the initial cryptocurrency to the current smart contract, blockchain has been applied to many fields.
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Abstract Based on the blockchain, homomorphic ElGamal encryption and ring signature, an electronic voting scheme based on blockchain is proposed for large-scale voting, which has the properties of decentralization, self-management, non-interactive and free-receipt, furthermore th(...)
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Incorporating currencies, payment methods, and protocols that computers use to talk to each other, digital currencies are poised to grow in use and importance.
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You can download the reference client Bitcoin Core, also known as the "Satoshi client," from bitcoin.org.
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The bitcoin system, unlike traditional banking and payment systems, is based on de-centralized trust. Instead of a central trusted authority, in bitcoin, trust is achieved as an emergent property from the interactions of different participants in the bitcoin system.
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Bitcoin is structured as a peer-to-peer network architecture on top of the Internet.
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The blockchain data structure is an ordered, back-linked list of blocks of transactions. The blockchain can be stored as a flat file, or in a simple database. The Bitcoin Core client stores the blockchain metadata using Google’s LevelDB database.
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