Blockchain Bibliography


Adams, Colin. “Estonia, A Blockchain Model for Other Countries.” Invest in Blockchain. 2018.
American Library Association. “LITA: Library Information and Technology Association.” 2019.
—“Policy Concerning Confidentiality of Personally Identifiable Information about Library Users.”
—“State Privacy Laws Regarding Library Records.” 2019.
Arizona State Legislature. “Signatures and records secured through blockchain technology; smart contracts; ownership of information; definitions.” 44-7061.
ARMA International. “Generally-Accepted Recordkeeping Principles.” ISO 15489-1:2016 – Information and Documentation – Records Management–Part I: General, ISO, Geneva.
ARTiFACTS. “Building the Ledger of Record for Research.”
Bauerle, Nolan. “Why use a blockchain.” Coindesk.
Berger, J. “Blockchain – Chock full of problems for medical data privacy.” 2018.
Beylin, Eva. “Decentralized Autonomous Taxation (DAT).” Medium. 2018.
BigchainDB. 2018. “ Wallet.”
Blockcert. “Blockchain Certifications.” “Blockchain Size.” 2018.
Blockgeeks. “Advance Your Career with Blockchain Training.”
—“Proof of Work vs Proof of Stake.” 2019.
Blockland Cleveland. “Blockland Cleveland.”
BLOCKONOMI. “What is a Merkle Tree? Beginner’s Guide to this Blockchain Component.” 2018.
Cavoukian, A. “Privacy by Design: The 7 Foundational Principles,”
Civic Technologies, Inc. “Civic Secure Identity Ecosystem.”
Climate Feedback. “Copyright Law of the United States.”
Dat Project. “dat:// = a peer to peer protocol.” 2018.
De Silva, Matthew. “Tennessee Establishes Legal Authority of Blockchain Technology, Smart Contracts.” ETH News. 2018.
Delaware County District Library. “Central Library Consortium.”
Delaware Library Catalog.
Digital Public Library of America.
Dubovitskaya, Alvetina, Zhigang Xi, Samuel Ryu, Michael Schumacher, and Fusheng Wang. “Secure and trustable electronic medical records sharing using blockchain.” 2018. US National Library of Medicine National Institute of Health.
Dusseault, Etionne. “Introduction to Solidity Program and Smart Objects (For Complete Beginners).” 2018. Medium.
e-estonia. “Healthcare.”
Ekblaw, A., Azaria, A., Vieira, T. and Lippman, A. “MedRec: Medical Data Management on the Blockchain.” MIT Media Lab. 2016.
E-Resident. “What is e-Residency: How to start an EU company online.”
Enterprise Ethereum Alliance. “Resources.”
Eskandari, S., J. Clark, D. Barrera, and E. Stobert. “A first look at the usability of bitcoin key management.” arXiv preprint arXiv:1802.04351. 2018.
Ethereum Foundation. “ethereum: Blockchain Platform.”
EUGDPR Information Portal.
EUR-Lex, “Right to erasure (‘right to be forgotten’). in REGULATION (EU) 2016/679 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 27 April 2016, Section 3, Article 17,
European Commission. “Descriptors Defining Levels in the European Qualifications Framework (EQF).”
Federal Communications Commission. “2018 Broadband Deployment Report.” 2018.
Ferdous, M.S., Margheri, A., Paci, F., Yang, M., & Sassone, V. “Decentralised runtime monitoring for access control systems in cloud federations.” In Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS), 2017 IEEE 37th International Conference on. IEEE (2017): 2632-2633.
Financial Times. “Major banks target $1.5tn coverage gap with trade finance platform.”
Frankenfield, Jake. “Smart Contracts.” Investopedia. 2017.
General Data Protection Regulation (DPR). “Art. 17 GDPR.”
— “Art 4. Definitions.”
Gov.UK. “HM Land Registry to explore the benefits of blockchain.” 2018.
Graglia, J. Michael and Christopher Mellon. “Blockchain and Property in 2018: At the End of the Beginning.”
Grech, Alexander and Anthony F. Camilleri. “Blockchain in Education.” 2017. JRC Science for Policy Report. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.
Griffey, Jason. “How Libraries can Save the Internet of Things from the Web’s Centralized Fate.” BoingBoing. 2016.
Hellman, Eric. “The Vast Potential for Blockchain in Libraries.” Go To Hellman. 2018.
Heston, Thomas F. “Why Blockchain Technology is Important for Healthcare Professionals.” Social Science Research Network (2017).
Hofman, D., Shannon, C., McManus, B., Lam, K., Assadian, S., Ng, R., Lemieux, V. “Building Trust & Protecting Privacy: Analyzing Evidentiary Quality in a Blockchain Proof-of-Concept for Health Research Data Consent Management.” In 2018 IEEE Confs on Internet of Things.
Horrigan, John B. “Libraries at the Crossroads.” Pew Research Center. https// /09/15/libraries-at-the-crossroads.
Housing and Urban Affairs Committee on virtual Currencies. “Senate Banking.” 2018.
Hulliet, Marie. “Netherlands’ Land Registry to test blockchain for real estate.” Cointelegraph. 2018.
Ibáñez, L-D, O’Hara, K., Simperl, E. “On Blockchains and the General Data Protection Regulation” Presented at the EU Blockchain Observatory and Forum: Workshop on GDPR, data policy and compliance. University of Amsterdam. 2018.
IEEE Blockchain. ”Reinforcing the Links of the Blockchain, IEEE Future Direction.” November 2017. IEEE.
— “Standards.” Banking on Bitcoin.
Intergovernmental panel on climate change. “Global Warming of 1.5°C. Summary for Policymakers.” 2018.
International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
— “Standards Catalogue.”
IPFS. “IPFS is the Distributed Web.”
Jaspen, Bruce.“Optum, Quest And Humana In Blockchain Deal To Improve Doctor Directories.” Forbes Magazine. 2018.
Kaur, Harleen M, Afshar Alam, Roshan Jameel, Ashish Kamur Mourya, and Victor Chang. “A Proposed Solution and Future Direction for Blockchain-Based Heterogeneous Medicare Data in Cloud Environment.” Journal of Medical Systems. 42. no. 8: 156.
Kim, Bohyun. “Blockchain: Merits, Issues, and Suggestions for Compelling Use Cases.” ACRL TechConnect. 2018.
Kramer, Nicole Kramer. “Blockchain, Personal Data and the GDPR Right to be Forgotten.” Proskauer. 2018.
Lemieux, Victoria. “Blockchain and Distributed Ledgers as Trusted Recordkeeping Systems: An Archival Theoretic Evaluation Framework.” In IEEE Future Technologies Conference. 2017.
—“How Blockchain has Medieval Roots.” 2017.
— “Trusting records: is Blockchain technology the answer?” Records Management Journal 26, 2 (2016): 110-139.
LibGuides. “Delaware Partners: Home.” 2019.
LibGuides. “Unleash Inner Genius: Track your curiosity and informal learning.” 2019.
Library 2.0. “Library 2.018 Blockchain Applies: Impact on the Information Profession.”
Library of Congress. “Biblical Framework Analysis,” Library of Congress,
— “NACO – Name Authority Cooperative Program.”
— “Standards at the Library of Congress.”
Library of Congress Standards Office. “NACO – Name Authority Cooperative Program.”
Lin, I-C, and T-C Liao. “A Survey of Blockchain Security Issues and Challenges.” IJ Network Security 19, 5 (2017): 653-659.
Linux Foundation Projects. Hyperledger.
Long, Philip. 2018. Web Meeting.
Mackey, Tim K. and Gaurvika Nayyar. “A review of existing and emerging digital technologies to combat the global trade in fake medicines.” Expert Opinion on Drug Safety. 16. no. 5: 587-602, “Welcome to Matrix: An open network for secure, decentralized communication.”
Measures that Matter. “Summary of the Measures that Matter Implementation Group Meeting.”
Mendes, Karla. “Can Blockchain Save the Amazon in corruption-miled Brazil.” Reuters. 2018. “A history of storage costs (update).”
MIT Media Lab. “What we Learned from Designing an Academic Certificates System on the Blockchain.”
Nakaomoto, Satashi. “Bitcoin, A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System.”
National Information Standards Organization.
The New Zealand Qualifications Authority. “New Zealand Qualifications Framework Authority.”
OCLC. “Advancing our shared mission.” 2019.
—“Inside WorldCat.” 2019.
— “The virtual international authority file.” 2019.
— “WorldCat. 2019.”
Ohio Department of Education. “Credit Flexibility.” 2018.
Orcutt, Mike. “States that are passing laws to govern ‘smart contracts’ have no idea what they are doing.” MIT Technology Review.
Orvium UO. “Orvium.”
Ozelli, Selva. “US Government Implements Blockchain Programs to Improve Transparency and Efficiency: Expert Blog.” Cointelegraph: The future of money. 2018.
Peters, Alexander W., et. al. “Blockchain Technology in Health Care: A Primer for Surgeons.” The Bulletin. 2017.
Peterson, K., et. al. “A Blockchain-Based Approach to Health Information Exchange Networks.” Mayo Clinic. 2016.
protocols,io. “Make your science more reproducable.”
Regmi, Krishna. “Ethical and legal issues in publication and dissemination of scholarly knowledge: a summary of the published evidence.” Journal of Academic Ethics 9: 71-81, doi:10.1007/s10805-011-9133-4.
Shreves, Ric. “Block by Block: A Comparative Analysis of the Leading Distributed Ledgers.” 2018.
Sky River Technology Solutions. “About Us.” 2019.
SJSU iSchool. “Blockchains for the Information Profession.” National Forum. 2017.
—“Explore the Capabilities of Blockchain.” SJSU iSchool.
—“Blockchains for the Information Profession.”
—“People.” Blockchains for the Information Profession.
Song, Jimmy Song. “Why Blockchain Is Hard.” Medium. 2018.
Srinivasan, Sreenidhi. “The Emerging Trend of Data Localization.” The Columbia Science and Technology Law Review. 2018.
State of Arizona. Chapter 97. Title 44, Section 7061. “Signatures; electronic transactions; blockchain technology.” 2017.
Surrey Blockchain. “ARCHANGEL – Trusted Archives of Digital Public Records.”
uPort. “Open Identity System for the Decentralized Web.” “Search Commitments – Schools and Libraries Program –” 2018,
Vaidya, Kiran. “The Byzantine Generals’ Problem.” Medium.
Xia, Qi, Emmanuel Boateng Sifah, Alba Smahi, Sandro Amofa, and Xiaosong Zhang. “BBDS: Blockchain-based data sharing for electronic medical records in cloud environments.” Information 8. no. 44 (2017).
W3. “About the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).” 2018.
Watterston, Chris. “‘My There is No Cloud’ Sticker.”
Wikipedia. “Satoshi Nakamoto.”
Wolske, Martin. “A Radical Reconsideration of Digital Literacy.” Information for Social Change, no. 36 (Summer): 41–62.
World Intellectual Property Organization. “WIPO-Administered Treaties.”
World Wide Web Consortium.
Wüst, Karl and Arthur Gervais. “Do You Need a Blockchain?” Proceedings of Crypto Valley Conference on Blockchain Technology. 2018.