Through a community trust, the Research Journal Blockchain handles the following tasks:
* Authenticate (hash and timestamp) the Scientific Paper by stopping fraudelent science
* Get a Peer reviewer in the Blockchain Scientific community
* Reward Peers Reviews with Science Coins
* Scientific authors contributes by giving away Science Coins
Ledger, the Research Journal Blockchain from University of Pittsburg
Ledger, a new peer-reviewed scholarly journal, will publish full-length original research articles on cryptocurrency and blockchain technology, as well as any relevant intersections with mathematics, computer science, engineering, law and economics. Ledger will be published online on a quarterly basis by the University Library System, University of Pittsburgh, as an open-access journal.
“The journal Ledger invites authors to submit their original research for the inaugural issue of the very first peer-reviewed academic publication devoted solely to the field of cryptocurrencies and its related subtopics,” says the first Ledger Call for Papers. “Ledger is the first peer-reviewed journal devoted to the inherently interdisciplinary subject of cryptocurrencies, and is proud to be supported by its distinguished editorial board.”
The Ledger editorial board includes representatives from MIT, Stanford University, Duke University, Cornell University, Oxford University, and New York Law School, as well as Jerry Brito, executive director of advocacy group Coin Center, and Vitalik Buterin, founder and lead developer of the “Bitcoin 2.0” platform Ethereum.
Going further than Ledger
LR Physics aims to develop the peer-reviewed blockchain technology model beyond the crypto sciences. Virology and Fractals could be two disciplines to develop with Blockchain Research Journal.
Meanwhile, LR Physics is researching and developing applications based on Ethereum Blockchain Technology. Many solutions exist on the FinTech side of things, so LR Physics is focusing on Real Estate and Energy.
What to read on Blockchain Definition?
So you can check out our Library about the Blockchain topic or check out those books:
Anyway, please contact LR-Physics for any need for Blockchain applications. We will come back to you real quick:
[contact-form-7 404 "Not Found"]