"Taming the Blockchain beast?" is now available in Research in International Business and Finance journal

by Osiris Team

Posted on Aug. 10, 2019, 6:18 p.m.
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Dear colleagues and followers,

The Osiris team is pleased to announce that one of our recent research papers, "Taming the Blockchain Beast? Regulatory Implications for the Cryptocurrency Market", is now available in Research in International Business and Finance journal at Sciencedirect.com.

For this paper, the Osiris team worked with their fellow colleagues from the University of Northumbria at Newcastle. Together we have collected a unique dataset of 120 regulatory events from five classes to test the relevance of the regulatory framework for cryptocurrency value, as well as daily data on 300 coins from 01/2017-03/2019 is used in multiple event studies models.

You could familiare yourself with the paper by clicking the link down below.

Thank you for staying in touch,

The Osiris team.

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