by Jitasha Bahl INTRODUCTION Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency that operates on blockchain technology. In a white paper published in 2008, Satoshi Nakamoto, a pseudonym for a computer programmer or group of programmers, introduced Bitcoin as an open source, peer-to-peer digital currency (Nakamoto 2008, 2). Bitcoins have no intrinsic worth and are not backed by a … More The Microeconomics of Cryptocurrencies: Can a cryptocurrency become a global currency?
by Aileen Aditi Sundardas Introduction Blockchain and cryptocurrency play an integral role in the technology market, and with the onset of the COVID -19 pandemic, there has been a massive boom in cryptocurrency trading in India. It is clear that there is an increasing appeal and interest in the crypto-assets market, however, due to the … More Case Review: Hitesh Bhatia v. Kumar Vivekanand – A Step in The Right Direction to Navigate Crypto Fraud Cases ￼
By Harsh Jain & Perumalla Hari Hara Prasanna Abstract The monetary markets operate in an era of digitalisation. Digitalisation has given birth to various currency platforms like ‘Bitcoin’, ‘Ethereum’, ‘Ripple’, etc. These currencies work on a platform which enables a digital ledger of transactions that is duplicated and distributed across the entire network of programmed … More The Finance and Business World Transformation by Blockchain Technology
By Muskaan Aggarwal and Shruti Jhawar Abstract The world is continuously undergoing revolutionary technological innovations, and the concepts of cryptocurrency and Blockchain have become an integral part of this advancement. Both cryptocurrency and Blockchain, work together in providing us with a new future. There are multiple types of cryptocurrencies competing in the market today, such … More Understanding Cryptocurrency and Blockchain
by Varda Saxena Abstract The release of Ethereum Blockchain in 2015 created a plethora of opportunities for Bitcoin investments and access to services or commodities. The previous bitcoin transactions which were once merely additions or deductions in money became complex by the codification of business norms and clauses. Using Ethereum smart contracts a person could … More Blockchain and Smart Contracts: Through the Lens of Theories of Contract
by Muskaan Garg Abstract The classic assumption of the theory of homo-economicus persists at the very root of Neo-classical economics. Homo-economicus is a figurative human being, derived from the term Homo sapiens. It was first defined by John Stuart Mill as “a being who desires to possess wealth, and who is capable of judging the … More Incentivised Cooperation in the upcoming dynamics of Crypto-Economics