IEEE International Conference on Blockchain and Cryptocurrency
27–31 May 2024 // Dublin, Ireland

Best Paper and Runner Up

BEST PAPER AND RUNNER UP

 

 

BEST PAPER AWARD CANDITATES

 

The Best Paper Award Committee considered four Best Paper candidates with excellent review scores. Criteria for selection include originality, rigour, and significance taking consideration of the submitted papers, reviews, and video presentations. All the Best Paper candidates were considered to be of excellent quality by all members of the committee.

 

The four best paper award candidates are:

 

Compliance Design Options for Offline CBDCs: Balancing Privacy and AML/CFT

Panagiotis Michalopoulos (University of Toronto, Canada); Odunayo Olowookere (York University, Canada); Nadia Pocher and Johannes Sedlmeir (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg); Andreas Veneris (University of Toronto, Canada); Poonam Puri (York University, Canada)

 

Exploring the Market Dynamics of Liquid Staking Derivatives (LSDs)

Xihan Xiong and Zhipeng Wang (Imperial College London, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Qin Wang (CSIRO Data61, Australia)

 

How does Stake distribution influence Consensus? Analyzing Blockchain Decentralization

Shashank Motepalli and Hans-Arno Jacobsen (University of Toronto, Canada)

 

What Drives the (In)stability of a Stablecoin?

Yujin Potter (UC Berkeley, USA); Kornrapat Pongmala (University of California, USA); Kaihua Qin (Imperial College London, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Ariah Klages-Mundt (Cornell, USA); Philipp Jovanovic (University College London, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Christine Parlour (UC Berkeley, USA); Arthur Gervais (Imperial College London, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Dawn Song (UC Berkeley, USA)

 

 

The Award for Best Paper Runner Up goes to

 

What Drives the (In)stability of a Stablecoin?

Yujin Potter (UC Berkeley, USA); Kornrapat Pongmala (University of California, USA); Kaihua Qin (Imperial College London, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Ariah Klages-Mundt (Cornell, USA); Philipp Jovanovic (University College London, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Christine Parlour (UC Berkeley, USA); Arthur Gervais (Imperial College London, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Dawn Song (UC Berkeley, USA)

 

And the Best Paper Award goes to

 

Compliance Design Options for Offline CBDCs: Balancing Privacy and AML/CFT

Panagiotis Michalopoulos (University of Toronto, Canada); Odunayo Olowookere (York University, Canada); Nadia Pocher and Johannes Sedlmeir (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg); Andreas Veneris (University of Toronto, Canada); Poonam Puri (York University, Canada)

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