Jamsheed presented the paper “Hedonic Pricing of Cryptocurrency Tokens” at the 2nd Berlin Conference ‘Crypto-Currencies in a Digital Economy (CCConf18)’ on November 30th. The presentation, given to an inter-disciplinary audience of economists, computer scientists and legal experts, outlined a token valuation approach using hedonic pricing theory in a partial equilibrium setting. This approach has applications for pricing cryptocurrency tokens as well as understanding the underlying relationships between relative consumer demand for different characteristics of the same underlying token.
Crypto-Currencies in a Digital Economy
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