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Most published Xplore authors for Cryptocurrency

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Xplore Articles related to Cryptocurrency

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Enterprise Blockchain for Grid Modernization

Enterprise Blockchain for Grid Modernization, 05/22/2019

Blockchain for Grid Modernization and Energy provides an overview of the benefits of Blockchain for grid management, an explanation on how Blockchain for energy works, some key drivers of adoption for energy and the Open Blockchain Energy (OBE) framework for Blockchain adoption to manage modern energy grid networks more efficiently. Finally we highlight the transactive energy model where grids are ...


Enterprise Blockchain Overview

Enterprise Blockchain Overview, 05/22/2019

This course module introduces Blockchain for Enterprise with an emphasis on where and how Blockchain will impact corporations. Included is a short review of cryptocurrencies followed by an in-depth review on Blockchain's underlying technological advantages and where best to deploy in industry. A review of smart contracts is included along with the types of blockchain models: public, private and hybrid. ...


Enterprise Blockchain for Supply Chain

Enterprise Blockchain for Supply Chain, 05/31/2019

Blockchain for Supply Chain is a natural combination of two technologies designed for transactions with a shared or common ledge. Often cross- corporation, a supply chain represents a flow of goods and is frequently cross-border. Managing all of the data on a single trusted chain that is updated and retrieved by many participates is a significant endeavor and the course ...


Enterprise Blockchain for Healthcare

Enterprise Blockchain for Healthcare, 05/31/2019

Blockchain for Healthcare Data Storage and ID is a complicated topic which is unpacked in this enterprise-level module. Starting with patient identification and through personally identifiable information and onto clinical data, the course reviews blockchain applicability to healthcare data and the current industry adoption of blockchain from startup ICOs to enterprise use cases.


Accelerator Architectures —A Ten-Year Retrospective

IEEE Micro, 2018

This article is a ten-year retrospective of the rise of the accelerators since the authors coedited a 2008 IEEE MICRO special issue on Accelerator Architectures. It identifies the most prominent applications using the accelerators to date: high-performance computing, crypto currencies, and machine learning. For the two most popular types of accelerators, GPUs and FPGAs, the article gives a concise overview ...



Educational Resources on Cryptocurrency

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IEEE-USA E-Books

  • Enterprise Blockchain for Grid Modernization

    Blockchain for Grid Modernization and Energy provides an overview of the benefits of Blockchain for grid management, an explanation on how Blockchain for energy works, some key drivers of adoption for energy and the Open Blockchain Energy (OBE) framework for Blockchain adoption to manage modern energy grid networks more efficiently. Finally we highlight the transactive energy model where grids are managed at a more granular level enabling higher efficiencies and better localized utilization of energy networks.

  • Enterprise Blockchain Overview

    This course module introduces Blockchain for Enterprise with an emphasis on where and how Blockchain will impact corporations. Included is a short review of cryptocurrencies followed by an in-depth review on Blockchain's underlying technological advantages and where best to deploy in industry. A review of smart contracts is included along with the types of blockchain models: public, private and hybrid. The course also highlights the major cloud company offerings on Blockchain for the learner's own project exploration with a familiar service provider.

  • Enterprise Blockchain for Supply Chain

    Blockchain for Supply Chain is a natural combination of two technologies designed for transactions with a shared or common ledge. Often cross- corporation, a supply chain represents a flow of goods and is frequently cross-border. Managing all of the data on a single trusted chain that is updated and retrieved by many participates is a significant endeavor and the course describes how enterprises are adopting Blockchain for this use. Example applications in-use today and best practices are reviewed. Also include are predictions for future supply chain models enabled by Blockchain. Finally, some suggestions on common misconceptions about what Blockchains can and can't do for supply chains is explained.

  • Enterprise Blockchain for Healthcare

    Blockchain for Healthcare Data Storage and ID is a complicated topic which is unpacked in this enterprise-level module. Starting with patient identification and through personally identifiable information and onto clinical data, the course reviews blockchain applicability to healthcare data and the current industry adoption of blockchain from startup ICOs to enterprise use cases.

  • Accelerator Architectures —A Ten-Year Retrospective

    This article is a ten-year retrospective of the rise of the accelerators since the authors coedited a 2008 IEEE MICRO special issue on Accelerator Architectures. It identifies the most prominent applications using the accelerators to date: high-performance computing, crypto currencies, and machine learning. For the two most popular types of accelerators, GPUs and FPGAs, the article gives a concise overview of the important trends in their compute throughput, memory bandwidth, and system interconnect. The article also articulates the importance of education for growing the adoption of accelerators. It concludes by identifying emerging types of accelerators and making a few predictions for the coming decade.

  • Enterprise Blockchain for the Internet of Things

    The convergence, opportunities, use cases and challenges of Blockchain and Internet of Things (IoT) are highlighted in this course. First a general understanding of the opportunities and challenges associated with the convergence of Blockchain technology and IoT are covered. Then emerging use cases, projects, and technologies that apply Blockchain and leverage IoT's mutual advantages are explained. The course finishes with an outlook on the future of Blockchain and IoT.

  • Understanding Blockchain Technology: The Bitcoin Case Study

    Blockchain technology holds immense promise for a variety of industries, including financial services, real estate, supply chain management, health care, academia and more. From smart contracts to blockchain-encrypted academic credentials, these use cases are vast and far-reaching. To make sense of this revolution, you need to understand what a blockchain is and what it is capable of doing. This course focuses on Bitcoin as a case study of how blockchain technology works, and provides a brief history of the creation of Bitcoin. It also defines basic blockchain-related features and concepts, and reviews the way features behave in an economic environment and how they balance the incentives of the participants.

  • Do Crypto-Currencies Fuel Ransomware?

    Incidents of ransomware have been escalating, which could be fueled in part by the diffusion of crypto-currencies. Without crypto-currencies, the creation of ransomware is less desirable because other forms of payment are more traceable. The risk from ransomware can be considerable, and some companies hold supplies of bitcoins in reserve to pay extortionists if necessary. Here, the authors examine crypto-currencies' effects on ransomware and look at what might influence a victim's decision to pay.

  • Understanding Blockchain Technology: The Costs and Benefits of Decentralization

    Blockchain technology holds immense promise for a variety of industries, including financial services, real estate, supply chain management, health care, academia and more. From smart contracts to blockchain-encrypted academic credentials, these use cases are vast and far-reaching. To make sense of this revolution, you need to understand what a blockchain is and what it is capable of doing. In this course, we'll consider the technical limitations of blockchain and some supplementary technologies that are in development to support the execution of smart contracts on the blockchain, and consider the costs of using a blockchain and a framework for calculating the costs and benefits for working with blockchain.

  • Specifics of Data Mining Facilities as Energy Consumers

    In this paper the general aspects of energy consumption and environmental effects of cryptocurrency mining technology are considered. For the data mining equipment, the main technical specifications defining its energy efficiency are analyzed. The aggregation of separate units within data mining pools or installation of respective farms were shown to have the most prominent energy saving effect. Eventually some design and operation issues related to power supply of data mining pools are outlined. The sufficient amount of standards prescribing the power supply design for this new type of energy consumers is still missing. Considering the facility located in Moscow power supply of a data mining pool is studied and respective power quality survey is conducted. Finally, the impact of data mining equipment on the power factor and grid voltage variations is demonstrated.



Standards related to Cryptocurrency

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