Economic Implications of Blockchain Platforms

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Aoyagi, Jun; Adachi, Daisuke;
  • Subject: Quantitative Finance - Pricing of Securities | Economics - General Economics | Computer Science - Cryptography and Security

In an economy with asymmetric information, the smart contract in the blockchain protocol mitigates uncertainty. Since, as a new trading platform, the blockchain triggers segmentation of market and differentiation of agents in both the sell and buy sides of the market, i... View more
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