At the Forefront of Blockchain Economic Research

Prysm Group economic researchers partner with the leading academic, government, and private institutions conducting research initiatives in the space. Together, they push the boundaries of knowledge in understanding how economic sciences can provide insight for the application of blockchain technology.

Platform Design at the Intersection of Economics and Computer Science

Dr. Stephanie Hurder presents key findings from Prysm Group's research titled "Blockchain Upgrade as a Coordination Game" at the Stanford Blockchain Conference.

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35%
Budget dedicated to research.
20+
Presentations at top tier institutions.
5K+
Hours of performed research.

Centralities of Distributed Consensus Protocols

Prysm Group presents research findings to DARPA on how to structure a market for miners in a permissionless protocol in order to limit long term centralization.

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Blockchain and Coordination Games: Failures and Focal Points

Dr. Stephanie Hurder presents Blockchain Upgrade as a Coordination Game at Blockchain at Berkeley's Crypto Economics Security Conference (CESC) to share why bespoke governance design is essential for successful blockchain platforms.
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Tokens: Investment Vehicle or Medium of Exchange (Not Both)

Dr. Barrera explains key findings from Prof. Catalini and Prof. Gans' research paper on the value of tokens.

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