CBT 2019 : 3rd International Workshop on Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain Technology, in conjunction with ESORICS 2019

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Conference Information

Submission Deadline Tuesday 25 Jun 2019
Conference & Submission Link http://cbtworkshop.org/
Conference Dates Sep 26, 2019 - Sep 27, 2019
Conference Address Luxembourg, Luxembourg
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Conference Call for Papers

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CALL FOR PAPERS

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3rd International Workshop on

Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain Technology – CBT\’19

In conjunction with ESORICS 2019

http://www.cbtworkshop.org/

September 26-27, 2019,

University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg.

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Since the appearance of Bitcoin in 2009, a plethora of new

cryptocurrencies and other blockchain based systems have been deployed

with different success. While some of them are slightly different

copies of Bitcoin, other ones propose interesting improvements or new

usages of the underlying blockchain technology. However, the novelty

of such technologies is often tied with rapid developments and

proof-of-concept software, and rigorous scientific analyses of the

proposed systems are often skipped.

This workshop aims to provide a forum for researchers in this area to

carefully analyze current systems and propose new ones in order to

create a scientific background for a solid development of new

cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology systems.

IMPORTANT DATES

Submission Deadline: June 25, 2019

Author Notification: July 25, 2019

Camera Ready: August 6, 2019

The main topics include (but are not limited to):

* Anonymity and privacy in cryptocurrencies.

* Privacy-preserving technologies.

* Cryptocurrency based trust systems.

* Security analysis of existing cryptocurrencies.

* Formal threat models in cryptocurrency systems.

* Improvement proposals for existing cryptocurrencies.

* P2P network cryptocurrencies analysis.

* Private transactions in blockchain based systems.

* Consensus mechanisms: proof-of-work, proof of stake,

proof of burn, proof-of-useful-work, etc.

* New usages of the blockchain technology.

* Scalability solutions for blockchain systems.

* Smart contracts.

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SUBMISSION

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Submitted papers must be original and not submitted for publication

elsewhere. Authors are invited to submit their manuscripts following

the LNCS Proceedings Manuscript style. Papers are limited to 16 pages

(full papers), or 8 pages (short papers) including references and

appendices, and can be submitted as PDF via the CBT 2019 submission

site: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=cbt2019

*Double blind review*: CBT requires anonymized submissions — please

make sure that submitted papers contain no author names or obvious

self-references.

Accepted conference papers will be published by Springer in the LNCS

collection. At least one author of each accepted paper is required to

register and present their work at the workshop; otherwise the paper

will not be included in the proceedings.

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PROGRAM COMMITEE

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PC Chairs:

* Alex Biryukov, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg

* Joaquin Garcia-Alfaro, Telecom SudParis, France

PC Members:

* Daniel Augot – INRIA Saclay (France)

* Jean-Philippe Aumasson – Kudelski (Switzerland)

* George Bissias – University of Massachusetts at Amherst (USA)

* Rainer Bohme – University of Innsbruck (Austria)

* Joseph Bonneau – NYU (USA)

* Sergi Delgado-Segura – UCL (UK)

* Arthur Gervais – Imperial College London (UK)

* Hannes Hartenstein – KIT (Germany)

* Jordi Herrera-Joancomarti – UAB (Catalonia)

* Man Ho Au – The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Hong Kong)

* Ghassan Karame – NEC Research (Germany)

* Aniket Kate – Purdue University (USA)

* Eleftherios Kokoris-Kogias – EPFL (Switzerland)

* Zaki Manian – Trusted IoT Alliance (USA)

* Shin\’ichiro Matsuo – Georgetown University (USA)

* Pedro Moreno-Sanchez – TU Wien (Autria)

* Guillermo Navarro-Arribas – UAB (Catalonia)

* Cristina Perez-Sola – UOC (Catalonia)

* Tim Ruffing – Blockstream (Switzerland)

* Edgar Weippl – SBA Research (Austria)

(more to be announced)

Further details at http://www.cbtworkshop.org/

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