Special Interest Group on Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies
Research Group Summary
The blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies are already transformative forces in 21st century commerce, and will likely continue to be for the foreseeable future. This is a special interest group for researchers and practitioners interested in blockchain and cryptocurrencies. Topics include, but are not limited to: theory, technology development, legal and regulatory issues, tax, public policy, culture and society, and ethical issues.
Members - UC Staff
Members - Non-UC Staff
Chai Kim: Consultant, Partner; Coingrid
Nir Kshetri: Researcher; University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Robbie Morrison: Researcher; University of Canterbury
Amitrajit Sarkar: Researcher; Ara Institute of Canterbury
Raghav Sood: Researcher, Consultant; Coinhako and University of Canterbury
Xin Zhang: Researcher; University of Canterbury
A symposium on the Blockchain in Business, Culture, and Society
University of Canterbury, College of Law, Rm 236; 25 May 2018, 10am to 5:30pm
A symposium on the blockchain in business, culture, and society.
An Informal Introduction to Blockchain
College of Business and Law; 6 April 2018
The Special Interest Group for Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies will host the The Overseas Korean Trader's Association for an informal session about the uses and applications of blockchain. The session will begin at 6:30pm in the Law 105 lecture hall.
Blockchain 101 and impacts on supply chains
Christchurch, New Zealand; 5 July 2018
An address, presented by Dr. Stephen Wingreen for the members of The Manufacturer's Network, about the applications of blockchain for supply chain management.
Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies
Christchurch, New Zealand; 6 March 2018
A colloquium for the SIGNAL ICT Graduate School, Christchurch, New Zealand
Congratulations to Charcy Zhang for her conference proceeding!
Yokohama, Japan; 26-30 June 2018
Zhang X., Sharma R. and Wingreen SC. Block-chaining in precision healthcare: A design research approach. 22nd Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS 2018).
The DAO controversy: The case for a new species of corporate governance?
University of Otago, College of Business; 20 April 2018
A research seminar, presented by Dr. Stephen Wingreen for the faculty and students of the University of Otago.
Subject Area: Disciplines
Overseas Korean Trader's Association, $ (Partner)
Coingrid, $ (Partner)