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DAY 1, Monday December 12th

9 - 9.15 am Reception and Welcome

9.15 - 10.45 am : Session 1: MEV and front-running

  • Credible Decentralized Exchange Design via Verifiable Sequencing Rules, Matheus V. X. Ferreira and David C. Parkes.
  • The Evolution of Blockchain: From Public to Private Mempools, Ruizhe Jia, Agostino Capponi and Ye Wang.
  • Commitment Against Front Running Attacks, Andrea Canidio and Vincent Danos.

10.45 - 11.15 am Coffee Break

11.15 – 12.45 pm Session 2: DeFi

  • The Need for Fees at a DEX: How Increases in Fees Can Increase DEX Trading Volume, Joel Hasbrouck, Thomas Rivera and Fahad Saleh.
  • Interest Rate Parity in Decentralized Finance, Amit Chaudhary, Roman Kozhan and Ganesh Viswanath-Natraj.
  • Token Incentives and Platform Competition: a Tale of two swaps, Xiaofeng Liu, Wei Chen and Kevin Zhu.

12.45 - 2.15 pm Lunch

2.15 - 3.15 pm Invited talk 1 : Hanna Halaburda, NYU Stern School of Business, title TBA

3.15- 3.45 pm Coffee break

3.45 - 5.15 pm Session 3: Blockchain, CBDC and Payments

  • The Demand for Programmable Payments, Charles Kahn and Maarten van Oort.
  • CBDC and Payment Platform Competition, Youming Liu, Edona Reshidi and Francisco Rivadeneyra.
  • Central Bank Digital Currency and Banking Choice: The Impact of Service Location, Andrew Usher, Jiaqi Li and Yu Zhu.

DAY 2, Tuesday, December 13th

9 – 10 am Invited talk 2: Claudine Hurman, Banque de France, Director of Infrastructures, Innovation and Payments Regulating crypto-assets and experimenting CBDC: two sides of the same coin

10- 10.30 am Coffee Break

10.30 am - 12 pm Session 4: Smart contracts, oracles and AMMs

  • Axioms for Constant Function AMMs, Jan Christoph Schlegel and Akaki Mamageishvili
  • Consistency of automated market makers, Vincent Danos and Weijia Wang.
  • An Impossibility Theorem on Truth-Telling in Fully Decentralized Systems, Rod Garratt and Cyril Monnet.

12-1.15 pm Lunch

1.15 - 2.15 pm Invited talk 3: Elias Koutsoupias, University of Oxford Algorithmic game theory and blockchains

2.15- 2.45 pm Coffee Break

2.45 - 4.45 pm Session 5: Efficiency of Blockchain protocols

  • Equilibrium Staking Levels in a Proof-of-Stake Blockchain, Kose John, Thomas Rivera and Fahad Saleh.
  • Maximal Extractable Value (MEV) Protection on a DAG, Dahlia Malkhi and Pawel Szalachowski.
  • An Economic Model of Consensus on Distributed Ledgers, Hanna Halaburda, Zhiguo He and Jiasun Li.
  • QPQ 1DLT: A System For the Rapid Deployment of Secure and Efficient EVM-Based Blockchains, Simone Bottoni, Anwitaman Datta, Federico Franzoni, Emanuele Ragnoli, Roberto Ripamonti, Christian Rondanini, Gokhan Sagirlar and Alberto Trombetta.

4.45 - 5 pm Farewell and closing

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