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Can we really own our assets?
We will explore the basic concepts of Web3: blockchains, wallets, tokens, smart contracts, and decentralized organizations. We will also dig deeper into more advanced topics, like quadratic voting, zero-knowledge proofs, rollups, and more.

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The following are good sources where to learn more:

(Non essential) bibliography

  • Saifedean Ammous. The Bitcoin Standard: the decentralized alternative to central banking. John Wiley & Sons Inc (2018)
  • Gian Luca Comandini. L’uomo più ricco del mondo. Rizzoli (2022, in Italian)


You will find some lines of code as well, implementing a rudimentary blockchain. Code chunks are written in R, a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics. You can use R directly from the shell or with RStudio, an integrated development environment (IDE) for R (and Python).