Blockchain Technology and Applications III

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Series
: Computer Science, Technology and Applications
BISAC: COM093000; EDU000000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/JDEF4870

This book is a result of international collaboration on blockchain technology and application possibilities. In 2021, the Research Group Blockchain of Saxion University in the Netherlands conducted several webinars, conferences, masterclasses, and research projects, many of which are detailed in this volume.

Whereas the first two volumes of Blockchain Applications and Technology dealt with the technology of blockchain and applications for real estate, this volume provides insights on the impact of blockchain on the financial world, new application possibilities, and an extensive study of blockchain and European higher education systems.

This book will contribute to the knowledge of students, researchers, and the work field on an international level to help them enter the next phase of blockchain development. In the coming years, a further acceleration of the development of applications of blockchain and other emerging technologies is expected.

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Table of Contents

Preface
(Jan Veuger – Professor Blockchain Saxion, University of Applied Sciences, School of Finance and Accounting – School of Creative Technology – School of Governance, Law and Urban Development – Hospitality Business School – School of Commerce and Entrepreneurship – School of People and Society, The Netherlands)

Part I: Finance & Economy

Chapter 1. Digitization and Blockchain in Finance, The Netherlands in 2021
(Jan Veuger – Professor Blockchain Saxion, University of Applied Sciences, School of Finance and Accounting – School of Creative Technology – School of Governance, Law and Urban Development – Hospitality Business School – School of Commerce and Entrepreneurship – School of People and Society, The Netherlands)

Chapter 2. Libra and Diem: Fear to be Eaten
(Jan Veuger – Professor Blockchain Saxion, University of Applied Sciences, School of Finance and Accounting – School of Creative Technology – School of Governance, Law and Urban Development – Hospitality Business School – School of Commerce and Entrepreneurship – School of People and Society, The Netherlands)

Chapter 3. The Economic Relevance of Decentralized Finance for Future Financial Systems
(Benedikt Eikmanns, Isabell Welpe, Philipp Sandner and Jan Veuger – Technical University of Munich, Munich, Bavaria, Germany, et al.)

Chapter 4. The Effects of Blockchain Technology on University Students’ Start-Up Intentions in Fintech – Implications for Developing High Quality Young Human Resources in Vietnam
(Giang T. Q. Nguyen, Duong T. Phan and Anh N. Tran – Institute of International Education, Hoa Binh University, Hanoi, Vietnam, et al.)

Chapter 5. Factors Influencing Consumers’ Adoption of Fintech Payment Services in Vietnam
(Dao My Hang – Banking Faculty, Banking Academy, Hanoi, Vietnam)

Chapter 6. Blockchain in the Digital Transformation of the Vietnam Banking Sector
(Phan Thanh Duc, Dinh Trong Hieu and Vu Duy Hien – Faculty of Management Information Systems, Banking Academy, Hanoi, Vietnam)

Chapter 7. Blockchain Adoption Challenges in the Commercial Banking Industry
(Mert Şenyüz and Christa Barkel – Researchers Blockchain Research Group, Saxion University of Applied Sciences, Deventer, The Netherlands)

Chapter 8. The Financial Technologies 4.0 in the Exchange and Post-Trading Infrastructure
(Zhanna V. Ivanovskaya – Associate Professor of the World Economy and International Business Department, Faculty of International Economic Relations, Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia)

Part II. Applications

Chapter 9. An Empirical Analysis with International Data of e-Government Transformation and Anti-Corruption Issues
(Hang Thu Pham and Thu Thi Hoai Nguyen – Department of Economics, Banking Academy, Ha Noi, Vietnam)

Chapter 10. Applications of Blockchain Technology for Building the e-Government in Vietnam
(Tuan Ha Huy – Faculty of Finance, Banking and Accounting, Hoa Binh University, Hanoi, Vietnam, et al.)

Chapter 11. Cybersecurity and the Impact of Blockchain
(Jan Veuger and Remco van Spithoven – Professor Blockchain Saxion | University of Applied Sciences, School of Finance and Accounting – School of Creative Technology – School of Governance, Law and Urban Development – Hospitality Business School – School of Commerce and Entrepreneurship – School of People and Society, the Netherlands, et al.)

Chapter 12. Blockchain and Deep Learning Applications: Predictions on Cryptocurrency Price Using Long-Short Term Memory
(Arum Handini Primandari, Tuti Purwaningsih, Ayundyah Kesumawati, Ryan Reza Fadillah, RB and Fajriya Hakim – Statistics Department, Islamic University of Indonesia, Yogyakarta, Indonesia)

Chapter 13. Security Basics on Blockchain
(Ari Moesriami Barmawi – Telkom University Indonesia, Indonesia)

Part III. Research

Chapter 14. Blockchain and European Higher Education Systems. A Snapshot on the Diffusion Process of Blockchain Innovation in European Academia. A Comparative Study of Blockchain in Higher Education Systems of Estonia, Germany, Greece, the Netherlands and Spain
(Rainer Lenz, Christa Barkel, Jan Veuger, Paraskevas Tsangaratos, Marija Klõga and Juana Llorente – 1International Finance at the Business Faculty, University of Applied Sciences, Bielefeld, Germany, et al.)

Chapter 15. Identifying Suspicious Transactions on the Bitcoin Network with Supervised Learning: Case Studies
(L.A. Garin and V.B. Gisin – Department of Information Security, Financial University under the Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia)

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