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International Journal of Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Theories | IJCBT

International Journal of Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Theories

These are now themes of significant impact that the academic field and industry need to deliberate on, pay attention to, take advantage of, and adopt. The mission of the IJCBT is to be the main resource base for the most groundbreaking scholarly research information relating to the management and use of blockchains and cryptocurrencies. Published Articles will be beneficial to anyone with interest in this area. The International Journal of Cryptocurrency and Blockchain theories is one of the few journals devoted to these thematic areas.


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Plagiarism is Intellectual Property Theft and our Policies are Strongly against such practices


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The primary aim of IJCBT is to be a platform for scholars, researchers and other interested individuals, for knowledge dissemination, methodology, analyses of theories and modelling, simulation and empirical studies on blockchain technologies and cryptocurrencies. Papers on the changing nature of theory and practice related to distributed ledger technologies and digital currencies are intended to make provision for comprehensive coverage and understanding of their use within technological and organisational dimensions. The secondary objective of this publication is looking into blockchains and cryptocurrencies with regards to issues of

management, interoperability, governance, trust and privacy.

Topics include:

  • Blockchain
  • Blockchain Applications
  • Blockchain security
  • Blockchain Technologies
  • Smart contractss
  • Cryptocurrency
  • Bitcoin
  • Digital currencies
  • Bitcoin security
  • Permissioned ledgers
  • FinTech
  • Distributed ledger technologies
Plagiarism is an Academic Theft. Authors should carefully test their works to make sure it passes a general plagiarism test of at least 75% originality of which the 25% plagiarized content should be quoted statements or References. More so, no part (phrase, paragraph, page) of the submitted manuscript should be source weblinks without proper citation. This will also be considered as plagiarism. Such manuscript will be decided upon by our reviewers whether to reject absolutely or not.
Submitted manuscripts will be reviewed and decided upon within 5 working days of submission. Each manuscript will be reviewed by at least 2 (two) reviewers and decisions sent via email to the corresponding Author.