Blockchain And Distributed Ledgers: Mathematics, Technology, And Economics

Blockchain And Distributed Ledgers: Mathematics, Technology, And Economics

Blockchain And Distributed Ledgers: Mathematics, Technology, And Economics One of our favorite machine learning minds, Alexander Lipton has released a new book. This time the good professor has set his attention on Blockchain. Professor Lipton teamed up with Dr. Adrien Treccani to release “Blockchain And Distributed Ledgers: Mathematics, Technology, And Economics.”

At Rebellion Research we recommend reading any of Professor Lipton’s papers. His book presents a fantastic opportunity to gain a jump on your Blockhain knowledge. From graduate student to Executive Director at Goldman Sachs, this book is a very useful learning experience.

Professor Lipton & Dr. Treccani’s book focuses on distributed ledger technology (DLT). Furthermore, its potential impact on society at large.

In addition, it aims to offer a detailed and self-contained introduction to the founding principles behind DLT accessible to a well-educated but not necessarily mathematically oriented audience.

DLT allows solving many complicated problems arising in economics, banking, and finance, industry, trade, and other fields. However, to reap the ultimate benefits, one has to overcome some of its inherent limitations and use it judiciously. Not surprisingly, amid increasing applications of DLT, misconceptions are formed over its use.

Moreover, the book thoroughly dispels these misconceptions via an impartial assessment of the arguments rooted in scientific reasoning.

In conclusion, Blockchain and Distributed Ledgers: Mathematics, Technology, and Economics offers a detailed and self-contained introduction to DLT, blockchains, and cryptocurrencies. In addition, seeks to equip the reader with an ability to participate in the crypto economy meaningfully.

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Blockchain And Distributed Ledgers: Mathematics, Technology, And Economics

Alex is Chief Information Officer at SilaMoney, Connection Science Fellow at MIT and a Visiting Professor and Dean’s Fellow at HUJI. His background is in Investment Banking, OTC tradings, electronic markets, and Risk Management. Alex is a strong thought leader with a proven track-record of managing large quantitative organisations in challenging environments, building teams from scratch, merging existing teams, and re-aligning teams to fulfill new mandates.

His current interests include FinTech, including distributed ledger and other applications of cryptography in banking and payment systems, and holistic risk management. His scientific interests are centered on quantitative development of modern Monetary Circuit Theory, mechanisms of money creation, interlinked banking networks, etc.

Adrien is a software engineer with a specialization in high performance computing, financial engineering, distributed ledger technology and security. An active member of the fintech community since 2012. Furthermore, Adrien advises numerous banks, hedge funds and associations globally. And Adrien’s papers appear in the best international peer-reviewed journals. In addition, he lectures at the Ecole Polytechnique de Federale de Lausanne and University of Lausanne. Lastly, he is co-author of a book on Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology.