The Vision Public, permissionless blockchains are dependent for their security and reliability on their economic incentives and mechanism design. Some private, permissioned ones may be as well. This conference will explore the
Public, permissionless blockchains are dependent for their security and reliability on their economic incentives and mechanism design. Some private, permissioned ones may be as well.
This conference will explore the economic security aspects of blockchains protocols, including game theory, incentive design, mechanism design and market design along with other topics related to crypto-economics security, and to foster collaborations among researchers and practitioners working on these topics.
CESC is hosted by Blockchain at Berkeley
What is Cryptoeconomics?
Cryptoeconomics is a formal discipline that focuses on the design and characterization of protocols that govern the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services in a decentralized digital economy.
We’re hosting an amazing conference in Pauley Ballroom, on the top floor of the Martin Luther King building on campus.
Attendees: Pauley Ballroom is located on the third floor of the MLK Jr. Student Union, located on the edge of the UC Berkeley campus at Telegraph Avenue and Bancroft Avenue. The third floor is accessible by elevator, or from the staircase in the main lobby on the second floor
The following parking lots are all within 10 minutes walking distance from the Student Union:
- Lower Sproul Parking Garage (Bancroft Ave. between Dana St. and Telegraph Ave.)
- Underhill Parking Garage (Channing Way between Bowditch St. and College Ave.)
- Telegraph-Channing Garage (Channing Way)
october 2 (Monday) - 3 (Tuesday)