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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ekaterina Dunyushkina
The Analysis of Block Chain Technology as a Method of Modeling Business Processes and Information Security
Applied Mathematics
(Bachelor’s programme)
2018
There are two fundamental issues of knowledge at the center of the work. First, we investigate the cybersecurity of the Blockchain key exchange as can be used in popular Internet smart contracts and find it to be more secure than widely believed. Second, we present that for the majority of modern companies, the dynamics in time between transactions, the ratio of costs and revenues are paramount, especially at the initial stage of the company's creation.

The purpose of the work is the research the business processes used by financial companies and assess the existing methods of functioning of the Blockchain. In the process of work, we used the technology of the blockchain, taking into account modern methods of data processing. The assessment of the company's work, their analytical and practical methods of introducing the blockchain technology through mathematical and computer modeling are considered.

As a result, there will be an increasing need to focus on how to regulate blockchain technology and how to shape the creation and deployment of these emerging decentralized organizations in ways that have yet to be explored under current legal theory. We conclude that moving to stronger key exchange methods should be a priority for the Internet community.

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