Ethically-Justifiable Currency Fencing
AuthorSellers, Alexandra Y. L.
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AbstractTechnological advances enable anyone to create digital currencies - not simply state actors - bringing currency debates out of political buildings and into everyday discussion. Digital currencies have the potential to be limited in access and used for ethical purposes but can also be manipulated and used for more nefarious purposes. My PURE-funded philosophical research involved cryptocurrency ethics literature review, defining a new use of a term (“fencing”), and examining the identified phenomenon for its ethical implications to determine if it can be ethically justified. This poster presents a short overview of my cryptocurrency ethics research.
CitationSellers, A. Y. L. (2019). Ethically-Justifiable Currency Fencing. Faculty of Arts, Department of Philosophy, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta.
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