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BLOCKCHAIN by Mind Map: BLOCKCHAIN

1. Resource collections

1.1. [Github] Blockchain

1.2. [Github] Awesome Blockchain

1.3. [Mindmap] Blockchain Use cases

1.4. [Investopedia Overview] Blockchain Explained

1.5. [Binance Academy Overview] What is Blockchain Technology?

1.6. [Towards Data Science Overview] A Deep Dive into Blockchain

1.7. Whitepaper Database

2. Blockchain explained

2.1. Terminology Glossary

2.2. Blockchain flow chart

2.3. "Who writes the rules of a blockchain?" -HBS

2.4. Philosophy

2.4.1. "Toward a Philosophy of Blockchain: A Symposium: Introduction"

2.4.2. "The blockchain as a narrative technology: Investigating the social ontology and normative configurations of cryptocurrencies"

2.4.3. "On Public and Private Blockchains" -Vitalik Buterin

3. History of blockchain

3.1. Seminal papers

3.1.1. "A Certified Digital Signature" -Ralph C. Merkle, 1979

3.1.2. "Untraceable Electronic Mail, Return Addresses, and Digital Pseudonyms" - David Chaum, 1981

3.1.3. "Computer Systems Established, Maintained and Trusted by Mutually Suspicious Groups" -David Chaum, 1982

3.1.4. "How to Timestamp a Digital Document" -Stuart Haber, W. Scott Stornetta, 1991

3.1.5. "Smart Contracts" -Nick Szabo, 1994

3.1.6. "Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System" -Satoshi Nakamoto, 2008

3.1.7. "Ethereum: A Next Generation Smart Contract & Decentralized Application Platform" -Vitalik Buterin, 2013

3.1.8. "Zerocash: Decentralized Anonymous Payments from Bitcoin" -Eli Ben Sasson et al., 2014

3.1.9. "A Note on Cryptocurrency Stabilisation: Seigniorage Shares" -Robert Sams, 2014

3.1.10. "The Bitcoin Lightning Network: Scalable Off-Chain Instant Payments" -Joseph Poon, Thaddeus Dryja, 2016

3.1.11. "Uniswap v2 Core" -Hayden Adams, Noah Zinsmeister, Dan Robinson, 2020

3.2. Phases of development

3.2.1. "Blockchain 1.0 to Blockchain 4.0—The Evolutionary Transformation of Blockchain Technology"

3.2.2. Blockchain 1.0

3.2.3. Blockchain 2.0

3.2.4. Blockchain 3.0

4. Concerns

4.1. Energy usage

4.1.1. "How Much Energy Does Bitcoin Actually Consume?"

4.1.2. "The Energy Consumption of Blockchain Technology: Beyond Myth"

4.1.3. "Decarbonizing Bitcoin: Law and policy choices for reducing the energy consumption of Blockchain technologies and digital currencies"

4.1.4. "The green blockchain: Managing decentralized energy production and consumption"

4.2. Threats

4.2.1. "Here’s Why Quantum Computing Will Not Break Cryptocurrencies"

4.2.2. "How the Crypto World Is Preparing for Quantum Computing, Explained"

4.2.3. "Quantum computers and the Bitcoin blockchain: An analysis of the impact quantum computers might have on the Bitcoin blockchain"

4.3. Lack of regulation

4.3.1. "Beyond bitcoin: Issues in regulating blockchain tranactions"

4.3.2. "Regulatory issues in blockchain technology"

4.3.3. "7 regulatory challenges facing blockchain"

4.3.4. "Legal Challenges Of Blockchain Technology"

4.3.5. "What is the black market worth — and how much of it is crypto"

5. Practical guides

5.1. For businesses

5.1.1. "Technology & Suppliers: Enterprise Blockchain Essentials Guide"

5.1.2. "A Guide to Blockchain Technology for Business"

5.1.3. "Blockchain Implementation for Your Business"

5.2. For individuals

5.2.1. "Beginners Guide to Blockchain: Getting started in Blockchain Development"

5.2.2. "How to Invest in Cryptocurrency"

5.2.3. "Cryptocurrency Trading 2021: Everything You Need To Know To Start Today"

5.2.4. "Breaking into Blockchain: How to Get a Job in Crypto"

5.2.5. "Want to Buy Crypto? Here’s What to Look for In a Crypto Exchange"

5.2.6. "How You Can Build a Career in Blockchain"

5.3. Communities

5.3.1. IEEE Blockchain technical communities

5.3.2. Complete List of Blockchain Developer Communities

5.3.3. Top Online Crypto Communities

6. Related fields

6.1. Cryptography

6.1.1. Cryptography Basics

6.1.2. Handbook of Applied Cryptography

6.1.3. Cryptography: Theory and Practice

6.1.4. Introduction to Modern Cryptography

6.2. Distributed computing

6.2.1. Distributed computing: fundamentals, simulations, and advanced topics

6.2.2. "The process group approach to reliable distributed computing"

6.3. Web 3.0

6.3.1. "What Is Web 3.0 & Why It Matters"

6.3.2. "Web 3.0 Emerging"

6.3.3. "Defining Web 3.0: opportunities and challenges"

6.3.4. "Comparative Study of Web 1.0, Web 2.0 and Web 3.0"

6.4. Industry 4.0

6.4.1. "Industry 4.0"

6.4.2. "Industry 4.0: state of the art and future trends"

6.4.3. "Industry 4.0: Towards future industrial opportunities and challenges"

6.4.4. "A Complex View of Industry 4.0"

6.5. Game theory

6.5.1. Game Theory

6.5.2. "A primer in game theory"

6.5.3. "Algorithmic game theory"

6.5.4. "Computational aspects of cooperative game theory"

7. Decentralized Finance (DeFi)

7.1. Overview

7.1.1. "How Blockchain Is Changing Finance" -HBS

7.1.2. "Blockchain technology in finance"

7.2. Cryptocurrencies

7.2.1. [Medium] Ultimate Cryptocurrency Resource List

7.2.2. [Bitcoin Wiki] Cryptocurrency Resource List

7.2.3. [a16z Podcast] "Crypto, an Oral Essay"

7.2.4. "3rd Global Cryptocurrency Benchmarking Study"

7.2.5. "Blockchain technology: Transforming libertarian cryptocurrency dreams to finance and banking realities"

7.2.6. Stablecoins

7.2.6.1. MakerDAO

7.2.6.1.1. "The Maker Protocol: MakerDAO's Multi-Collateral Dai (MCD) System"

7.2.6.2. Tether

7.2.6.2.1. "Tether: Fiat currencies on the Bitcoin blockchain"

7.2.6.2.2. Tether controversy

7.2.6.3. Paxos

7.2.6.3.1. Paxos Standard: White Paper

7.2.6.4. Gemini

7.2.6.4.1. "The Gemini Dollar: A Regulated Stable Value Coin"

7.2.6.5. True USD

7.2.6.5.1. "TRUSTTOKEN (TRU): Tokenizing real world assets to create fully collateralized fractional ownership"

7.2.7. Wallets

7.2.7.1. MetaMask

7.2.7.2. Coinbase Wallet

7.2.7.3. Gemeni

7.2.7.4. Hardware wallets

7.2.8. Regulations

7.2.8.1. "Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Regulation 2021 | USA"

7.2.8.2. "Cryptocurrency 2021 Legislation" -NCSL

7.3. Prediction marketplace

7.3.1. Augur

7.3.1.1. "Augur: a Decentralized Oracle and Prediction Market Platform (v2.0)"

7.4. Insurance

7.4.1. Nexus Mutual

7.4.1.1. "NEXUS MUTUAL: A peer-to-peer discretionary mutual on the Ethereum blockchain."

7.4.2. iTrust Finance

7.4.2.1. iTrust.finance Whitepaper & Token Economics

7.4.3. Cover Protocol

7.4.3.1. Cover Protocol Product Paper

7.4.4. Etherisc

7.4.4.1. Etherisc White Paper

7.4.5. CoinDCX

7.4.5.1. CarbonDollarX WHITEPAPER

7.5. Investment & Trading

7.5.1. Funds

7.5.2. Airswap

7.5.2.1. "Swap: A Peer-to-Peer Protocol for Trading Ethereum Tokens"

7.5.3. Equilibrium

7.5.3.1. "Equilibrium: #1 decentralized interoperable money market"

7.5.4. Aurox

7.5.4.1. Aurox WHITE PAPER

7.5.5. dYdX

7.5.5.1. "dYdX: A Standard for Decentralized Margin Trading and Derivatives"

7.5.6. Harbor

7.5.6.1. "The Regulated Token™ (R-Token™) Standard"

8. Energy

8.1. Overview

8.1.1. "Blockchain technology in the energy sector: A systematic review of challenges and opportunities"

8.1.2. "Building Block(chain)s for a Better Planet"

8.2. Local energy markets/smart grids

8.2.1. "A blockchain-based smart grid: towards sustainable local energy markets"

8.3. Peer-to-peer energy trading

8.3.1. "Energy Crowdsourcing and Peer-to-Peer Energy Trading in Blockchain-Enabled Smart Grids"

8.4. Commodity trading

8.4.1. "Can Blockchain Disrupt Energy and Commodity Trading?"

8.5. Ventures

8.5.1. LO3

8.5.1.1. "EXERGY: Business Whitepaper"

8.5.2. Power Ledger

8.5.2.1. Power Ledger White Paper

8.5.3. SolarCoin

8.5.3.1. "SolarCoin: A bockchain-based solar energy incentive"

8.5.4. Energy Web

8.5.4.1. "The Energy Web Chain: Accelerating the Energy Transition with an Open-Source, Decentralized Blockchain Platform"

8.5.5. Suncontract

8.5.5.1. "Suncontract Whitepaper: An energy trading platform that utilises blockchain technology to create a new disruptive model for buying and selling electricity"

9. Technology

9.1. Frontiers

9.1.1. Scalability

9.1.1.1. "The Bitcoin Lightning Network: Scalable Off-Chain Instant Payments"

9.1.1.2. "RapidChain: Scaling Blockchain via Full Sharding"

9.1.1.3. "Divide and Scale: Formalization of Distributed Ledger Sharding Protocols"

9.1.2. Consensus algorithms

9.1.3. Token economics

9.1.3.1. "Token Ecosystem Creation: A strategic process to architect and engineer viable token economies"

9.1.3.2. Token Taxonomy Framework

9.1.4. Interoperability

9.1.4.1. "Towards a Design Philosophy for Interoperable Blockchain Systems"

9.1.5. Governance

9.1.5.1. "The State of Blockchain Governance: Governance by and of blockchains"

9.1.6. Regulation

9.1.7. Reducing energy consumption

9.2. Blockchains

9.2.1. Consensus protocols

9.2.1.1. Proof of work

9.2.1.1.1. "The Proof-of-Work Concept" -Satoshi Nakamoto Institute

9.2.1.2. Proof of stake

9.2.1.2.1. "A Proof of Stake Design Philosophy" -Vitalik Buterin

9.2.1.2.2. "On Stake" -Vitalik Buterin

9.2.1.3. Practical Byzantine fault tolerance

9.2.1.3.1. "Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance"

9.2.1.4. "Blockchain Consensus Protocols in the Wild"

9.2.1.5. "Survey of Distributed Consensus Protocols for Blockchain Networks"

9.2.2. Ethereum

9.2.2.1. Ethereum Whitepaper

9.2.3. Bitcoin

9.2.3.1. "Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System" -Satoshi Nakamoto

9.2.3.2. Bitcoin Learning Resources

9.2.4. Hyperledger

9.2.4.1. Hyperledger White Papers

9.2.5. Steller

9.2.5.1. "The Stellar Consensus Protocol: A Federated Model for Internet-level Consensus"

9.2.6. EOS

9.2.6.1. EOS.IO Technical White Paper v2

9.2.7. Tezos

9.2.7.1. "Tezos — a self-amending crypto-ledger"

9.2.8. Tron

9.2.8.1. White Paper 2.0 - TRON

9.2.9. and more

9.3. Related technologies

9.3.1. IOTA

9.3.1.1. "The Tangle"

9.3.2. "Hardware Wallets Explained"

9.3.3. "Hardware requirements of blockchain clients"

10. Internet of Things (IoT)

10.1. Overview

10.1.1. "The Internet of Things: A survey"

10.1.2. IoT White Papers

10.1.3. "Internet of Things for Telecom Engineers: A Report on Current State and Future Technologies" -IEEE

10.1.4. "On blockchain and its integration with IoT. Challenges and opportunities"

10.1.5. "How Blockchain can Unlock the Power of the Internet of Things"

10.1.6. "Blockchain, IoT and AI — A Perfect Fit"

10.1.7. Distributed device management

10.1.8. Commercial transportation

10.1.9. Product tracking

10.2. Supply chain & Logistics

10.2.1. "Blockchain technology and its relationships to sustainable supply chain management"

10.2.2. "Building a Transparent Supply Chain" -HBS

10.2.3. "How Blockchain Will Redefine Supply Chain Management" [email protected]

10.2.4. "Blockchain technology for supply chains—A must or a maybe?" -McKinsey & Company

10.3. Ventures

10.3.1. Helium

10.3.1.1. "Helium: A Decentralized Wireless Network"

10.3.2. Chronicled

10.3.2.1. "The Method & Impact of Eliminating Chargeback Errors through Blockchain"

10.3.3. NetObjex

10.3.3.1. IoT Blockchain Platform WHITEPAPER

10.3.4. Hypr

10.3.4.1. "True Passwordless Security White Paper"

10.3.5. Xage Security

10.3.5.1. "Decentralized and Adaptive Security for the New Industrial Edge"

10.3.6. Grid+

10.3.6.1. "Grid+: Welcome to the Future of Energy"

11. Artificial Intelligence (AI)

11.1. Overview

11.1.1. "Blockchain for AI: Review and Open Research Challenges"

11.1.2. "The Fourth Industrial Revolution Built On Blockchain And Advanced With AI"

11.2. Creating diverse data sets

11.3. Data protection & monetization

11.4. Trusting AI decision making

11.5. Ventures

11.5.1. SingularityNET

11.5.1.1. SingularityNET Whitepaper 2.0

11.5.2. DeepBrain Chain

11.5.2.1. "DeepBrain Chain: Artificial Intelligence Computing Platform Driven by BlockChain"

11.5.3. Numerai

11.5.3.1. "Numeraire: A Cryptographic Token for Coordinating Machine Intelligence and Preventing Overfitting"

11.5.4. Matrix AI Network

11.5.4.1. MATRIX Technical Whitepaper

11.5.4.2. The MATRIX 2.0 Green Paper

12. Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs)

12.1. Overview

12.1.1. "All About NFTs" -a16z

12.1.2. "NFT Use Cases, Today and Tomorrow" -a16z

12.1.3. "The Creator Economy: NFTs and Beyond" -a16z

12.1.4. "The NFT Gold Rush: How Cryptoartists Kick-Started a Boom" -NYT

12.2. Marketplaces

12.2.1. OpenSea

12.2.2. Rarible

12.2.3. SuperRare

12.2.4. Foundation

12.2.5. AtomicMarket

12.3. Metaverse

12.3.1. "Virtual Products & NFTs in the Metaverse"

12.3.2. "Will NFTs Power The Metaverse?"

12.3.3. NFT World: Gateway to the Metaverse

12.4. Cryptomedia

12.4.1. "Cultural Liquidity: The Rise of Cryptomedia"

12.4.2. Zora

13. Governance

13.1. Overview

13.1.1. "Blockchain Technology and Decentralized Governance: Is the State Still Necessary?"

13.1.2. "Governance in Blockchain Technologies & Social Contract Theories"

13.1.3. "Blockchain in government: Benefits and implications of distributed ledger technology for information sharing"

13.2. Voting

13.2.1. "Blockchain-Enabled E-Voting

13.2.2. "What if blockchain technology revolutionised voting?"

13.2.3. "How Blockchain Technology Can Prevent Voter Fraud"

13.2.4. "Going from Bad to Worse: From Internet Voting to Blockchain Voting"

13.2.5. Voatz

13.2.6. Agora

13.2.7. Follow My Vote

13.2.8. SecureVote

13.3. Identity management

13.3.1. "A First Look at Identity Management Schemes on the Blockchain"

13.3.2. "Blockchain Identity Management: The Definitive Guide"

13.3.3. Security tokens

13.4. Public sector

13.4.1. "Blockchains Unchained: Blockchain Technology and its Use in the Public Sector" -OECD

13.4.2. National digital currency

13.4.2.1. "Cryptoassets as National Currency? A Step Too Far"

13.4.2.2. "Why Governments Are Afraid of Bitcoin"

13.4.2.3. "A Global First: Bitcoin as National Currency"

13.5. Legal industry

13.5.1. Smart contracts

13.5.1.1. "Contract law 2.0: ‘Smart’ contracts as the beginning of the end of classic contract law"

13.5.2. Intellectual property rights

13.5.3. Clearing & settlements

13.5.3.1. "Blockchain settlement: Regulation, innovation and application"

13.5.3.2. "Developing Blockchain Real-Time Clearing and Settlement in the EU, U.S., and Globally"

13.6. Prison systems

13.6.1. "Using The Blockchain To Change Prisons" -NPR

13.6.2. "Imprisoned on the Blockchain: How Crypto is Changing the Prison System"

13.7. DAOs

13.7.1. "Decentralized Autonomous Organization to Automate Governance"

13.7.2. DAOHaus's list of DAOs

13.7.3. SingularityDAO

13.7.3.1. "SingularityDAO Governance Whitepaper: Democratised Alpha Generation"

13.7.4. Moloch DAO

13.7.4.1. "The Moloch DAO: Beating the Tragedy of the Commons using Decentralized Autonomous Organizations"

13.7.5. Digix

13.7.5.1. "Digix’s Whitepaper: The Gold Standard in Crypto­Assets"

13.7.6. DAO Stack

13.7.6.1. "DAO Stack: An Operating System for Collective Intelligence"

13.7.7. IMMO

13.7.7.1. "IMMO Manifest"

14. Education

14.1. Overview

14.1.1. "Exploring blockchain technology and its potential applications for education"

14.1.2. "Blockchain-Based Applications in Education: A Systematic Review"

14.2. Records management

14.3. Incentivizing education

14.4. Publishing

14.4.1. "A Framework Proposal for Blockchain-Based Scientific Publishing Using Shared Governance"

14.5. Ventures

14.5.1. Blockcerts

14.5.2. APPII

14.5.3. Gilgamesh Platform

14.5.4. ODEM

14.5.4.1. "Program Staking & Token Architecture"

14.5.5. Sony Global Education

14.5.6. Blockchain Education Network

14.5.7. Disciplina

14.5.7.1. Disciplina White Paper

14.5.8. Parchment

14.5.9. BitDegree

14.5.9.1. BitDegree WHITE PAPER

14.6. OET Blockchian in Education initiatives

14.6.1. Education Blockchain Initiative

14.6.2. Blockchain Innovation Challenge

14.6.3. Education Blockchain Action Network

15. Medicine & Health

15.1. Overview

15.1.1. "Blockchain distributed ledger technologies for biomedical and health care applications"

15.1.2. "Blockchain technology: applications in health care"

15.1.3. "Blockchain Technology in Healthcare: A Systematic Review"

15.2. Health records

15.2.1. "A Case Study for Blockchain in Healthcare: “MedRec” prototype for electronic health records and medical research data"

15.2.2. "Ancile: Privacy-preserving framework for access control and interoperability of electronic health records using blockchain technology"

15.2.3. "Application of blockchain to maintaining patient records in electronic health record for enhanced privacy, scalability, and availability"

15.2.4. Vaccine passports

15.3. Vaccine distribution

15.4. Transparency in clinical trials

15.5. Ventures

15.5.1. BurstIQ

15.5.1.1. "BurstIQ: Bringing Health to Life"

15.5.2. Factom

15.5.2.1. "Factom: Business Processes Secured by Immutable Audit Trails on the Blockchain"

15.5.3. Medicalchain

15.5.3.1. Medicalchain Whitepaper 2.1

15.5.4. Guardtime

15.5.4.1. Guardtime White Papers

15.5.5. Coral Health

15.5.5.1. "Coral Health: The Blockchain for Personalized Medicine"

15.5.6. Robomed

15.5.6.1. Robomed White Paper

15.5.7. Nebula Genomics

15.5.7.1. "Accelerating Genomic Data Generation and Facilitating Genomic Data Access Using Decentralization, Privacy-Preserving Technologies and Equitable Compensation"