IEEE International Conference on Blockchain and Cryptocurrency
14-17 May 2019 // Seoul, South Korea

Demo Session

Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Demo Session
Tue, May, 14, 10:30 AM – 4:45 PM, Lobby
DS-01 Rewarding device-to-device content dissemination using Proof-of-Prestige
Michał Król, Sergi, Reñé, Arnold Cheung, Ioannis Psaras
University College London, United Kingdom
DS-02 Simulating a Blockchain Network with SimBlock
Ryohei Banno, Kazuyuki Shudo
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
DS-03 BlockZoom: Large-Scale Blockchain Testbed
Wazen M. shbair1, Mathis Steichen1, Jérôme François2, Radu State1,
University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg1
INRIA Nancy Grand Est, France2
DS-04 Interledger Demo: IoT Integration
Santeri Paavolainen, Pekka Nikander
Aalto University, Finland
DS-05 Demo: Blockchain for the Simplification and Automation of KYC Result Sharing
Robert Norvill, Mathis Steichen, Wazen M. Shbair, Radu State
University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
DS-06 A Platform-independent, Generic-purpose, and Blockchain-based Supply Chain Tracking
Sina Rafati Niya, Danijel Dordevic, Atif Ghulam Nabi, Tanbir Mann, Burkhard Stiller
University of Zürich, Switzerland
DS-07 EUREKA – A Minimal Operational Prototype of a Blockchain-based Rating and Publishing System
Andreas Schaufelbühl1, Sina Rafati Niya1, Lucas Pelloni1, Severin Wullschleger1, Thomas Bocek2, Lawrence Rajendran3, Burkhard Stiller1
University of Zürich, Switzerland1
HSR University of Applied Sciences Rapperswil, Switzerland2
King’s College London, United Kingdom3
DS-08 Adaptation of Proof-of-Stake-based Blockchains for IoT Data Streams
Sina Rafati Niya1, Eryk Schiller1, Ile Cepilov1, Fabio Maddaloni1, Kürsat Aydinli1, Timo Surbeck1, Thomas Bocek2, Burkhard Stiller1
University of Zürich, Switzerland1
HSR University of Applied Sciences Rapperswil, Switzerland2
DS-09 SDPP: Streaming Data Payment Protocol for Data Economy
Rahul Radhakrishnan, Gowri Sankar Ramachandran, Bhaskar Krishnamachari
University of Southern California, USA