Digital Cash, 2nd Edition / Edition 2

Digital Cash, 2nd Edition / Edition 2

by Peter Wayner
     
 

ISBN-10: 0127887725

ISBN-13: 9780127887722

Pub. Date: 03/28/1997

Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology Books

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780127887722
Publisher:
Elsevier Science & Technology Books
Publication date:
03/28/1997
Edition description:
2ND
Pages:
359
Product dimensions:
7.37(w) x 9.23(h) x 0.96(d)

Table of Contents

Preface xi(1)
Book Notes xii
1 Introduction
1(14)
What Can Emerge
3(2)
Technical Challenges
5(4)
Political Challenges
9(3)
How to Use This Book
12(3)
2 Cryptography
15(34)
Introduction
15(4)
Private-Key Encryption
19(5)
Public-Key Encryption
24(5)
Signature-Only Systems
29(3)
Discrete Log Signature Schemes
32(1)
Blinded Digital Signatures
33(1)
Hash Algorithms
34(6)
Secret Sharing
40(1)
Bit Commitment
40(1)
Zero-Knowledge Proofs
41(5)
Kerberos
46(1)
Political Concerns
47(2)
3 Cash Protocols
49(18)
Digital Checks
49(4)
Digital Cashier's Checks
53(2)
Simple Anonymous Cash
55(2)
Traceable Anonymous Cash
57(5)
Cash without Choices
62(5)
4 Flexible Cash
67(8)
Universal Electronic Cash
68(7)
5 A Product Overview
75(12)
On- or Off-Line
75(4)
Encryption and Security
79(3)
Certificates and Repudiation
82(2)
Anonymity
84(3)
6 First Virtual
87(18)
A Model Transaction
88(4)
Trying Before Buying
92(1)
Possible Attacks
93(2)
How to Set Up a First Virtual Storefront
95(8)
Final Assessment
103(2)
7 HTTP and Cash
105(18)
S-HTTP
107(4)
SSL
111(3)
Using a Secure Link
114(4)
JEPI and UPP
118(3)
Final Assessment
121(2)
8 IBM's iKP
123(8)
1KP
124(1)
2KP
125(1)
3KP
126(2)
Final Assessment
128(3)
9 NetCash and NetCheque
131(10)
NetCash
131(5)
NetCheque
136(2)
How to Set Up a NetCash and NetCheque Storefront
138(1)
Pay Per View (PPV)
138(1)
Final Assessment
139(2)
10 CyberCash
141(14)
Credit Cards
142(2)
Cash Transactions
144(1)
Bit-Level Details of CyberCash
144(7)
The Internet Payment Framework
151(2)
How to Set Up a CyberCash Storefront
153(1)
Final Assessment
153(2)
11 CyberCoin
155(4)
Transaction Details
156(1)
Final Assessment
157(2)
12 SET
159(16)
Overview of the Transactions
160(1)
Certificates and SET
160(4)
The Transaction Data Flow
164(7)
Final Assessment
171(4)
13 CheckFree
175(4)
CheckFree's Wallet
176(1)
How to Set Up a CheckFree Storefront
177(1)
Final Assessment
177(2)
14 Open Market
179(6)
First Virtual vs. Open Market
181(1)
How to Set Up an Open Market Storefront
182(2)
Final Assessment
184(1)
15 CAFE
185(4)
Cryptographic Foundations
186(1)
Final Assessment
187(2)
16 DigiCash
189(10)
A Sample Transaction
191(2)
How to Set Up a DigiCash Storefront
193(3)
Final Assessment
196(3)
17 Citibank's Transaction Cards
199(10)
Transactions
200(2)
Multiple Currencies and Credit
202(2)
Decentralized, Off-Line Transactions
204(2)
Anonymity and Citibank's System
206(1)
Final Assessment
206(3)
18 Smart Cards
209(8)
Mondex
210(4)
Visa Cash
214(1)
Final Assessment
215(2)
19 Millicent
217(12)
Millicent Scrip
218(4)
Anonymity and Refreshing
222(2)
Integrating Millicent with HTTP
224(2)
Legal Details
226(1)
Final Assessment
227(2)
20 MicroMint
229(8)
Minting Coins
230(1)
Details of Minting
231(3)
A Practical Example
234(1)
Anonymity
235(1)
Final Assessment
236(1)
21 PayWord
237(4)
Minting Details
238(1)
Final Assessment
239(2)
22 Magic Money
241(8)
Setting Up a Magic Money Server
242(3)
The Magic Money Client
245(1)
A Sample Transaction
246(1)
Final Assessment
247(2)
23 NetBill
249(4)
A Simple Exchange
249(2)
Encryption Details
251(1)
Setting Up a NetBill Storefront
251(1)
Final Assessment
252(1)
24 EDI
253(8)
X12 Standard
254(7)
25 Security
261(12)
Hardware Problems
262(5)
Software Weaknesses
267(3)
Algorithmic Failures
270(2)
Summary
272(1)
26 Money Past
273(16)
Wampum and Beaver Pelts
275(1)
Tobacco Reigns
276(1)
A Penny Printed Is a Penny Earned
277(1)
A Brave New Bimetalism
278(2)
Biddle's Bank
280(2)
The Greenback Era
282(1)
Cross of Gold
283(1)
Gold in the 20th Century
284(1)
Conclusions
285(4)
27 Future Cash
289(10)
Token-versus Account-Based Money
290(1)
Anonymity in the Future
291(3)
What Is Money?
294(5)
28 Card Trader 2010
299(6)
29 Other Voices
305(16)
Regulation
305(6)
Privacy
311(1)
Q & A with Dave Banisar
312(3)
Q & A with Stewart Baker
315(6)
Appendix A: Digital Cash Patents 321(20)
Appendix B: Internet Sources 341(4)
Commercial Providers WWW Pages 341(1)
Other Important Sources 342(1)
Places to Buy 342(3)
Bibliography 345(10)
Index 355

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