About the BOOK: The Data-Driven Blockchain Ecosystem: Fundamentals, Applications and Emerging Technologies

The Data-Driven Blockchain Ecosystem: Fundamentals, Applications and Emerging Technologies
ISBN: HBK: 978-1-032-2162-4 PBK: 978-1-032-21625-6 EBK: 098-1-003-26928-1 DOI: 10.1201/9781003269281

The Data-Driven Blockchain Ecosystem: Fundamentals, Applications and Emerging Technologies Today, blockchain is rapidly developing in cryptocurrency area which improves the significant utilities of data storing and exchanging to the high consensus network. But unlike several other engineering disciplines, the data-Driven blockchain ecosystem is lacking well-defined design principles, embedded emerging technologies, smart applications and development strategies.

This book will presents novel concepts in the design and development of blockchain system as well as discussion on the methodologies and solutions involved in designing modern architectures and feasible infrastructure for applying the blockchain technology in many industries in the age of AI-centric solutions.

The main aims of this book are to serve the needs of the IT and Non-IT engineers, industrial engineers, professionals, researchers, master, and doctoral students studying emerging technologies in the data-driven blockchain ecosystem by focusing mainly on seven areas of infrastructure that are base entities: The Data-Driven Blockchain Architectures, IoT-Based Blockchain Systems, AI-Centric Blockchain Systems, Data-Driven Blockchain Systems, Cryptocurrency Methodologies and Technologies, Blockchain CyberSecurity Mechanism and Techniques, and including Cloud-Based Blockchain for the development of the Blockchain Ecosystem.

We really believe that the technologies and applications of the “The Data-Driven Blockchain Ecosystem: Fundamentals, Applications and Emerging Technologies” book will favor the people's aspirations.

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This book targets a mixed audience of students, engineers, researchers, academics and professionals from different communities to share and contribute new ideas, methodologies, technologies, approaches, models, frameworks, theories and practices to resolve the challenging issues associated with the leveraging of combating the data-drive blockchain and emerging technologies with AI-centric and IoT-based solutions for developing a blockchain ecosystem.

You are invited to contribute chapters and papers and the scope of the book includes but is not limited to the following topics:

  • The Data-Driven Blockchain Ecosystem: Foundations, Principles and Technologies
  • The Blockchain Models and Ecosystem
  • Role of Emerging Technologies in Blockchain Ecosystem
  • Design Principles and Strategies for Data-Driven Blockchain Ecosystem
  • IoT Technologies and Applications for Data-Driven Blockchain Ecosystem
  • Software-Defined IoT Systems for Data-Driven Blockchain Ecosystem
  • AI-Centric Monitoring and Control Systems for Data-Driven Blockchain Ecosystem
  • Technologies and Infrastructure for Blockchain Application
  • Blockchain Data Encryption and Validation Techniques
  • Role of Data Science in Blockchain Application
  • AI-based Blockchain Solutions and Implementation
  • IoT-based Blockchain Technologies and Implementation
  • Role of Cloud Computing for Blockchain Application
  • Blockchain Data Analysis and Data Visualization
  • Security and Privacy Challenges in Blockchain Application
  • Blockchain Models in Game Application
  • Blockchain Models in Fintech Application
  • Blockchain Models in Human Resource Application
  • Blockchain Models in Smart Home Applications
  • Blockchain Models in Smart Shopping Application
  • Blockchain Models for Smart Application
  • Blockchain Application Implementation and Maintenance
  • Case Studies: Technologies, Architect Design and Applications


The Data-Driven Blockchain Ecosystem: Fundamentals, Applications and Emerging Technologies book proceedings will be published by CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, Florida, USA

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Each Contributor shall receive CERTIFICATE as the author of the Contribution and 01 complimentary eBook copy of the Work in which the Contribution appears.

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  • Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies,
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