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Randomness Beacons for Enhanced Public Auditability

February 17, 2020


Luís T. A. N. Brandão
René Peralta


An overview of the reference for randomness beacons, while motivating examples of publicly auditable applications enabled by the use of beacon randomness.

Presented at

Several similar talks promoting the use of the Randomness Beacons to Enhance Public Auditability:

- Jan 27, 2020: Presented at NIST Gaithersburg (Maryland) --- hosted by NIST-PEC-STPPA, USA

- Feb 13, 2020: Presented at University of Porto, Faculty of Sciences --- hosted by DCC-FCUP, Portugal

- Feb 17, 2020: Presented at University of Lisbon Faculty of Sciences --- hosted by DI-FCUL, Portugal

Parent Project

See: Interoperable Randomness Beacons

Related Topics

Security and Privacy: cryptography

Created April 13, 2020, Updated June 07, 2021