This prize will be awarded by the Yun Family and affiliate entities to the Best Paper in the “Inclusive Stakeholding: Reimagining Incentives to Promote the Greater Good” article collection led by Natalie Geld in the journal Frontiers in Blockchain, for which Article Processing Charges will be waived for all authors submitting to this article collection. In addition, submitting your manuscript means you could be awarded $10,000 for your research.
The emergence of blockchain enables the development of novel tools for social innovation. The application of these evolving tools to increase the greater good is an area of growing interest. Frontiers in Blockchain invites manuscripts for review on the topic of Inclusive Stakeholding: Reimagining Incentives to Promote the Greater Good.