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Pulses of Unpredictability: Notes on the NIST Reference for Randomness Beacons

June 18, 2024


Luís T. A. N. Brandão - NIST/Strativia


This talk gives a few notes about the NIST Reference for Randomness Beacons, mentioning some conceived applications, the NIST project on Interoperable Randomness Beacons, and the pulse format. The talk also includes considerations about the signature scheme, combining randomness from various beacons, and future work.

Presented at

Web3 Randomness Workshop, 2024-June-08

Parent Project

See: Interoperable Randomness Beacons

Related Topics

Security and Privacy: cryptography

Created June 18, 2024