Technologies for distributed consensus protocols have been revolutionized by their prominent role in cryptocurrency and blockchain technologies. These technologies have dramatic implications for the security and resilience of critical data storage and computation tasks, including for the Department of Defense (DoD). At the same time, the concrete applications and security of these technologies for the DoD is unclear. DARPA has shown interest in better understanding the broader implications that such technologies may play for the DoD. In order to investigate these technologies, DARPA held a workshop in February 2019 based upon responses to a Request For Information (RFI). Prysm Group was selected to present at the workshop its ongoing research about Centralities of Distributed Consensus Protocols. The research will be made available once completed. To read the DARPA RFI, please see here.