Blockchain and disruptive technologies in social sciences: Interdisciplinary perspectives
This special issue contains selected papers that cover a broad range of current trends and interdisciplinary approaches in the social research on Blockchain and disruptive technologies.
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Koskinas, K. (2019). Blockchain and disruptive technologies in social sciences: Interdisciplinary perspectives. Homo Virtualis, 2(1), 1. https://doi.org/10.12681/homvir.20185
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