publication . Article . Other literature type . 2017

Blockchain for Open Science and Knowledge Creation

Bartling, Sönke; Et Contributors To Living Document;
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  • Published: 20 Mar 2017
Abstract
<strong><em>Blockchain</em> is a computer protocol involving cryptography, a new way to look at databases and socio-cultural-legal-politcal-economical (r)evolution and knowledge creation will be affected by it.</strong> <strong><em>Blockchain</em> has the capacity to make digital goods immutable, transparent, externally provable, decentralized, and distributed. Besides the initial experiment and data acquisition, all remaining parts of the research cycle could take place within a <em>blockchain system</em>. Attribution, data, subject anonymity, data postprocessing (e.g. via smart contracts), publication, research evaluation, incentivisation, and research fund di...
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free text keywords: blockchain science knowledge creation reproducibility
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publication . Article . Other literature type . 2017

Blockchain for Open Science and Knowledge Creation

Bartling, Sönke; Et Contributors To Living Document;