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The new NIST reference for Randomness Beacons

May 17, 2019


Luís T. A. N. Brandão


Presentation given at the International Cryptographic Module Conference (ICMC) 2019 in Vancouver, Canada.

It gives an overview of the Draft NISTIR 8213: "A Reference for Randomness Beacons: Format and Protocol Version 2.0" released in early May 2019.

Presented at

ICMC 2019 @ Vancouver, Canada (May 17, 2pm PST)

Joint work with Harold Booth, John Kelsey and René Peralta

Parent Project

See: Interoperable Randomness Beacons

Related Topics

Security and Privacy: cryptography

Created June 03, 2019, Updated December 16, 2020