Everyone is Talking about Electronic Money
Services Technology Consortium has a great deal of knowledge about banking
and electronic commerce.
"Electronic Payment Systems" by Dr. Phillip M. Hallam-Baker
of the World Wide Web Consortium is an extensive collection of online
references to electronic cash.
This is a collection of papers about
Payment Mechanisms Designed for the Internet.
The NetBill Electronic Commerce Project at CMU.
This page has links to
Resources as well as Electronic Cash Information.
Another extensive collection of information (and papers)
Here are Some Good General Economic Sites:
Hal Varian, currently working with the University of
California at Berkeley, has a web page that looks as though it's connected to
everthing on the internet that's related to economics. It's very interesting,
and very big.
A variety of
topics collected at Duke University
(Extremely Reliable Operating System) is an alternative system based on the
KeyKOS technology developed by Agorics employees.
Norm Hardy, Agorics' Chief Architect, has a collection of
on capability theory.
ERights.org is the home of E, a language for writing
secure, distibuted, capability-based p2p scripts. E is partially based on
Agorics work on the Joule language.
Security Kernel Based on the Lambda-Calculus is a discovery of capability
security as a natural outcome of good language design. A postscript version of
the paper is available
Relevant Technical Papers
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Last updated: 19 July