Emergent Networks as Distributed Reputation System

author: David Hales, Department of Computer Science, University of Bologna
published: Nov. 22, 2007,   recorded: October 2007,   views: 2064
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Comment1 RJ Miller, July 18, 2013 at 4 p.m.:

WOW! this is without a doubt one of the most fascinating lectures I've ever seen!

I was just doing research on P2P file sharing and the concept of bandwidth as currency as well as how Gossip protocols work, and from there a link on Tribler's Wikipedia page brought me here.

It was amazing enough to learn how this operates both for decentralized file sharing along with P2P banking! This lecture finally made it clear for me how reputation can be built and utilized without a central authority being in control of it!

Thank you for making this available!!

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