Topics in Electronic Commerce
Sep 29, 1995
AbstractVirtually every financial corporation in America is planning on implementing some form of Digital Cash or Digital Money. David Chaum and a myriad of other researchers have come up with a plethora of cryptographic protocols, each with a set of limitations and problems. Among the issues considered by the designers of these protocols are transaction anonymity, speed, law enforcement control, accountability, etc.
In this seminar I propose to give a brief introduction of some of the more popular digital cash schemes, along with a brief analysis of the cryptographic techniques they use, their problems and limitations, and the consequences of wide spread use of them.
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