This book seeks to generalize techniques and experiences in designing and analyzing cryptographic schemes for blockchain. It devotes three chapters to review the background and basic knowledge, four chapters to discuss specific types of cryptographic primitive design for blockchain, one chapter to discuss optimization tools and another chapter for blockchain regulation and economies. This book covers the systematic survey of research objects, as well as detailed reviews of cryptographic schemes, lectures and methodologies to practice cryptography.

The main findings of this book are summarized as following, first, the practical design and analysis of cryptographic schemes for blockchain can address major problems in blockchain at algorithmic level. Then, some intrinsic deficiencies in some traditional cryptographic primitives, like centralized setup, impractical design, etc, prevent the successful application of these primitives in blockchain. However, huge efforts are being made to make these primitives practical and applicable for researchers. Finally, the formal and rigorous design and analysis of public key cryptographic algorithms is vital to blockchain.

Design and Analysis of Cryptographic Algorithms in Blockchain is a useful textbook for graduate students and PhD students, or researches who wish to connect cryptography with blockchain for research and developing projects.



chapter Chapter 1|10 pages


chapter Chapter 2|14 pages


chapter Chapter 3|20 pages


chapter Chapter 4|26 pages

Public-Key Signature Scheme for Blockchain

chapter Chapter 5|30 pages

Public-Key Encryption Scheme for Blockchain

chapter Chapter 6|22 pages

Public-Key Hash Function for Blockchain

chapter Chapter 7|22 pages

Zero-Knowledge Proof for Blockchain

chapter Chapter 8|16 pages

Tools as Optimizations for Blockchain

chapter Chapter 9|16 pages

Regulation and Economies of Blockchain

chapter Chapter 10|8 pages

Concluding Remarks