Friday, March 20, 2009

London School of Economics Publishes Paper on Digital Cash

"Digital Cash and Monetary Freedom", my early work on anonymous electronic currency, was published by the London School of Economics in 1996. Originally, the paper was presented as part of the Internet Society's INET'95 Proceedings in Honolulu, Hawai'i, June 27-30th, 1995. It was also subsequently released by the Libertarian Alliance in their Economic Notes series and by the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

American entrepreneur and author Seth Godin covered my research in his 1995 book, Presenting Digital Cash. My thesis was further legitimatized by the mainstream when Professor Roger A. Arnold, currently at California State University San Marcos, referenced the work in his Economics, Edition 4 (1998) textbook for students.

An additional link to the PDF version can be found here and on SlideShare.

1 comment:

  1. Notable citations include:

    "Online Banking Law and Payment Systems", Derick Swart, CyberlLaw@SA, 1999

    "Internet banking: The digital voyage of banking and money in cyberspace", Sofia Giannakoudia, Information & Communications Technology Law, Volume 8, Issue 3, 1999

    "Electronic Money in South African Law", M.M. Loubser and Derick Swart, 10 Stellenbosch L. Rev. 354, 1999