The 3rd Workshop on
Coordination of Decentralized Finance
(CoDecFin) 2022

In Association with Financial Cryptography 2022

February 18, 2022

Radisson Grenada Beach Resort

Extension of submission deadline

  • The submission deadline is extended to December 31, 2021.

Date and Venue

  • Date: February 18, 2022
  • Venue: Radisson Grenada Beach Resort Grenada

Call for papers/contributions

We call for papers/contributions on technology and operational issues related to Energy Consumption and Consensus Algorithm with specifying background the author(s) have.

(i) regular papers (15 pages LNCS format excluding references and appendices)

(ii) short papers (8 pages LNCS format in total)

Submission process is conducted by using EasyChair. [Link to submisison page]

Topics of papers/presentations, but are not limited to:

  • Energy Consumption and Consensus Algorithm
  • Identity, privacy, and key management
  • Centralized custody and decentralized custody
  • 2021 Scaling Cryptocurrency and Regulatory Challenges, and mainstream adoption
  • Common understandings on "Regulatory Goals"
  • FATF: AML and privacy
  • Policy on End to End Encryption
  • Security of exchanges and decentralized finance protocols
  • Algorithm agility of permissionless blockchain
  • Regulatory challenges of decentralized finance protocols
  • Risk and resilience in cryptocurrency financial systems
  • Harmonization of automated systems, human intervention and regulation
  • Standards: Technical, Regulatory
  • Regulation of exchanges and consumer protection
  • Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs)
  • Interoperability among existing financial infrastructure, permissionless ledgers and CBDCs
  • Governance of protocols, implementations

Key Dates

  • Submission Due Date: December 31, 2021
  • Notification: January 17, 2022
  • Workshop: February 18, 2022

Organizing and Program Committees (Alphabetical Order)

Julien Bringer, Kallistech
Joaquin Garcia-Alfaro, Telecom SudParis
Arthur Gervais, Imperial College London
Byron Gibson, Program Manager at Stanford Center for Blockchain Research
Feng Chen, University of British Columbia
Shin'ichiro Matsuo, Georgetown University, NTT Research and, (Chair)
Steven Nam, Stanford Journal of Blockchain Law & Policy
Michele Benedetto Neitz, Golden Gate University
Roman Danziger Pavlov, SafeStead Inc.
Robert Schwentker, DLT Education, BGIN and Bluesky Community
Yonatan Sompolinsky, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, DAGlabs
Shigeya Suzuki, Keio University
Ryosuke Ushida, JFSA
Robert Wardrop, University of Cambridge Judge Business School
Pindar Wong,
Aaron Wright, Cardozo Law School
Anton Yemelyanov, Base58 Association
Aviv Zohar, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem