Founding Digital Currency on Imprecise Commodity

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Yuan, Zimu; Xu, Zhiwei;
(2015)
  • Subject: Computer Science - Computers and Society | Computer Science - Learning
    acm: ComputingMilieux_COMPUTERSANDSOCIETY

Current digital currency schemes provide instantaneous exchange on precise commodity, in which "precise" means a buyer can possibly verify the function of the commodity without error. However, imprecise commodities, e.g. statistical data, with error existing are abundan... View more
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