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Barraza, B. (2019). The Worth of Words: How Technical White Papers Influence ICO Blockchain Funding. MIS Quarterly Executive, 18(4). Cite
Frey, S., Krafft, P. M., & Keegan, B. C. (2019). “This Place Does What It Was Built For”: Designing Digital Institutions for Participatory Change. Proc. ACM Hum.-Comput. Interact, 3, 31. Cite
Parkin, J. (2019). The Senatorial Governance of Bitcoin: Making (de)centralized Money. Economy and Society. Retrieved from Cite
Gaggioli, A., Eskandari, S., Cipresso, P., & Lozza, E. (2019). The Middleman Is Dead, Long Live the Middleman: The “Trust Factor” and the Psycho-Social Implications of Blockchain. Frontiers in Blockchain, 2. Cite
Aslan, A., & Sensoy, A. (2019). Intraday efficiency-frequency nexus in the cryptocurrency markets. Finance Research Letters. Cite
Kondova, G., & Barba, R. (2019). Governance of Decentralized Autonomous Organizations. Journal of Modern Accounting and Auditing, 15(8). Cite
Schneider, N. (2019). Decentralization: An Incomplete Ambition. Journal of Cultural Economy, 12(4), 265–285. Cite
Voshmgir, S. (2019). Token Economy: How Blockchains and Smart Contracts Revolutionize the Economy (Edition ed.). Shermin Voshmgir, BlockchainHub Berlin. Cite
Campbell-Verduyn, M., & Hütten, M. (2019). Beyond scandal? Blockchain technologies and the fragile legitimacy of post-2008 finance. Finance and Society, 5(2), 126–144. Cite

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