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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2015The advent of cryptocurrencies and select factors concerning their use in MaltaPortelli, Gabriella
2018An analysis of the correlation between Bitcoin and the financial marketsPullicino, Rachela
2018Analysis of the cryptocurrencies market, and the sudden riseVella, Shaun
2020Applications of blockchain technology and the implied notion of trustGalea, Michaela (2020)
2018Blockchain : not just bitcoinDrago, Aldo
2020Blockchain-based DLTs and articles 16 and 17 of the GDPR : a studyDebono, Joseph (2020)
2021Causality relationship between spot and futures Bitcoin prices in CMEÖzdemir, Letife
2020Cryptocurrencies in the light of money definitionsPoskart, Robert
2017E-voting system using blockchain technologySchembri, Dylan
2016An early warning system for Bitcoin pricesSaliba, Ian
2015The effect of bitcoin on money laundering lawGalea, Jonathan
2017Electronic currency : the potential risks to national security and methods to minimize themVovchenko, Natalia G.; Tishchenko, Evgeniy N.; Epifanova, Tatiana V.; Gontmacher, Mark B.
2021-07An empirical investigation of the relationship between Bitcoin and developed and developing country stock marketsMunyas, Turgay; Atasoy, Feryat
2017The evolution of e-moneyVlasov, Andrei V.
2020FinTech, blockchain and Islamic finance : an extensive literature reviewRabbani, Mustafa Raza; Khan, Shahnawaz; Thalassinos, Eleftherios I.
2021Investigation of the relationship between Brent Oil and cryptocurrencies during the pandemic periodKurt, Abdulkadir; Kula, Veysel
2018Pricing cryptocurrencies : an analysis of the fundamentals of cryptocurrenciesSaliba, Aaron
2019Regulating cryptocurrency exchangesBorg, Sarah Anne
2020Return, volatility and shock spillovers of bitcoin with energy commoditiesDerbali, Abdelkader; Jamel, Lamia; Ltaifa, Monia Ben; Elnagar, Ahmed K.
2019-10This time is different : Facebook’s Libra can improve both financial inclusion and global financial stability as a viable alternative currency to the U.S. DollarTaskinsoy, John