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Krishnan, A. (2020). Blockchain Empowers Social Resistance and Terrorism Through Decentralized Autonomous Organizations. Journal of Strategic Security, 13(1). https://doi.org/10/ggrf66 Cite
Serada, A., Sihvonen, T., & Harviainen, J. T. (2020). CryptoKitties and the New Ludic Economy: How Blockchain Introduces Value, Ownership, and Scarcity in Digital Gaming. Games and Culture, 155541201989830. https://doi.org/10/ggsdhs Cite
Rella, L. (2020). Steps towards an ecology of money infrastructures: materiality and cultures of Ripple. Journal of Cultural Economy, 1–14. https://doi.org/10/gghv6v Cite
Ziolkowski, R., Miscione, G., & Schwabe, G. (2020). Exploring Decision Problems in Blockchain Governance - Old Wine in New Bottles or Walking in Someone Else’s Shoes? Journal of Management Information Systems. Cite
Rieger, A., Guggenmos, F., Lockl, J., Fridgen, G., & Urbach, N. (2019). Building a Blockchain Application that Complies with the EU General Data Protection Regulation. MIS Quarterly Executive, 18(4). https://doi.org/10/ggfm3z Cite
Lotti, L. (2019). The Art of Tokenization: Blockchain Affordances and the Invention of Future Milieus. Media Theory, 3(1), 287–320. http://journalcontent.mediatheoryjournal.org/index.php/mt/article/view/90 Cite
Schneider, N. (2019). Decentralization: An Incomplete Ambition. Journal of Cultural Economy, 12(4), 265–285. https://doi.org/10/ggf7m3 Cite
Cohney, S., Hoffman, D., Sklaroff, J., & Wishnick, D. (2019). Coin-Operated Capitalism. Columbia Law Review, 119(3), 591–676. JSTOR. https://columbialawreview.org/content/coin-operated-capitalism/ Cite
Mannan, M. (2018). Fostering Worker Cooperatives with Blockchain Technology: Lessons from the Colony Project. Erasmus Law Review, 11(3), 190–203. https://doi.org/10/ggd379 Cite

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