October 26–27, 2020
Room Auditorium 3 (Ground floor & On-line)
The Scientific Committee warmly thanks its partners and participants present at the hybrid conference (on-site & online). We hope to have the pleasure to meeting you again for the next edition in 2021. We invite you to consult the section EVENT of the site which announces all conferences proposed by TSE.
The Ethereum - Kaiko Prize 2020 is awarded to Amin Shams, The Structure of Cryptocurrency Returns.
Background and Objectives
After the great success of Tokenomics 2019, we were pleased to announce Tokenomics 2020, the 2nd International Conference on Blockchain Economics, Security and Protocols. This year’s conference was hosted by Toulouse School of Economics (TSE).
Tokenomics is an international forum for theory, design, analysis, implementation and applications of blockchains and smart contracts. The goal of the conference is to bring together economists, computer science researchers and practitioners working on blockchains in a unique program featuring outstanding invited talks and academic presentations.
Jean Tirole, 2014 laureate of the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in memory of Alfred Nobel
Long Chen, Secretary-General of the Luohan Academy, an open research institute initiated by Alibaba, and former Chief Strategy Officer at Ant Financial.
Ittai Abraham, Senior Researcher at VMware Research
Timothy Zakian, Software Engineer, Novi, Facebook
Ethereum France, is a French non-profit organization promoting blockchain and Ethereum in all French-speaking countries. Ethereum France brings together a dynamic ecosystem by organising events, creating content and encouraging discussions so that everyone can become proficient on the blockchain technology. Notable activities include continuous support to research oriented events, organization of the yearly Ethereum Community Conference and hosting of the eponymous website.
Kaiko is an enterprise grade digital assets market data provider- covering all major cryptocurrency exchanges and over 40,000 asset pairs (including spot, derivatives, swaps, etc.). They deliver historical and live normalised tick level trade & order books data through their data feed, market API and live stream.
The Blockchain & Platform chair was created by the Ecole Polytechnique with the support of Capgemini. It brings together researchers in computer science and economics whose research focuses on blockchains and associated technologies. The Blockchain & Platform chair is directed by Daniel Augot and Julien Prat. It is composed of researchers and Ph.D. students at the Ecole Poytechnique as well as of associate researchers dedicated to these four areas of expertise : Cryptography, Distributed Algorithms, Formal Proof, Incentives & Governance. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Emmanuelle Anceaume (CNRS, IRISA)||Christophe Bisière (TSE)|
|Christophe Bisière (TSE)||Matthieu Bouvard (TSE)|
|Quentin Bramas (ICUBE)||Catherine Casamatta (TSE)|
|Matthieu Bouvard (TSE)|
|Catherine Casamatta (TSE)|
List of communications
Evgeny Lyandres (Boston University), “Product market competition with crypto tokens and smart contracts”, 2nd Tokenomics Conference: on Blockchain Economics, Security and Protocols, TSE, October 26–27, 2020.
Yackolley Amoussous-Guenou, Rational vs Byzantine Players in Consensus-based Blockchains, 2nd Tokenomics Conference: on Blockchain Economics, Security and Protocols, TSE, October 26–27, 2020, TSE, room Auditorium 3.
Hanna Halaburda (NYU Stern), “Smart Contracts, IoT Sensors and Eciency: Automated Execution vs. Better Information”, 2nd Tokenomics Conference: on Blockchain Economics, Security and Protocols, TSE, October 26–27, 2020.
Amin Shams (Ohio State University), “The Structure of Cryptocurrency Returns”, 2nd Tokenomics Conference: on Blockchain Economics, Security and Protocols, TSE, October 26–27, 2020.
Ye Li (Ohio State University), “Token-Based Platform Finance”, 2nd Tokenomics Conference: on Blockchain Economics, Security and Protocols, TSE, October 26–27, 2020.