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INFO363 – Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies in Business, Culture, and Society – Final Exam
Question 1 (20 points)

For this question, you are asked to consider the following twenty-seven cases:

Cases presented by your classmates(presentations for these cases may be found on the Learn forum for cases) 
Case 1:  Web Toon, by Nursakinah Binti Dzulfida, and Nurul Izzah Aqilah Binti ZakariaCase 2:  Solana, by Asmaa’ Binti Izman, Nur Farah Hanim Binti Mohd Rosli, and Khairun Afiqah Binti Khairul A’zam ZustiCase 3:  El Salvador: Towards first Bitcoin city, by Aina Syafiqah, Aiman Hakim, and Rusydi Syafiq
Case 4:  Mipasa In Hacera blockchain: by Nur Damia Izzah, Sufi Syazwin, and Wafa AdilaCase 5:  Blockchain and cryptocurrency: Ukraine – Russia conflict, by Leilani Smith and Sofia SanchezCase 6:  The DAO: A new era of corporate governance?, by Hamish Thornton, Imogen Bell, and Ole Rigby
Case 7:  Hala Systems: Implementing blockchain to document warcrime in wartorn Syria, by Jake ThorntonCase 8:  Crypto Gambling, by Logan LeeCase 9:  The rise of the Bored Ape Yacht Club, by Jesse Jeffries
Case 10:  Can Russia circumvent global sanctions using crypto?, by Liam Wheelans, Hezekiah Dacillo, and Charlie FryCase 11:  Pixelmon: Pixelmon NFT game, by Georgia Singleton, Nic Matthews, and Holly MoroneyCase 12:  Blockchain adoption in agri-food supply chain, by Pouyan Jahanbin
Case 13:  Ethereum, by Sebastian Sosa Salas, Hairu Zhao, and Phoebe LuCase 14:  Axie Infinity, by Nuraida Lesme, Kai Terk Tan, and Sahaj BajajCase 15:  Memecoins, by Carl Natapu and Hamish Roberts
Case 16:  Blockchain as a service for fair trade, by Ravi Sharma, Stephen Wingreen, Nir Kshetri, and Raymond ChooCase 17:  Decentralized digital currency meets centralized authoritarian regime: El Salvador’s Bitcoin gamble, by Nir KshetriCase 18:  Dogecoin: The joke that became the 12th largest cryptocurrency, by Jae-Hyung Chung, Janice Leung, and Mengzhen Zhan
Case 19:  Terra, by Sam Pryke, Zak Holden, and Dan NguyenCase 20:  Blockchain and supply chain: Unilever and Green Token, by Simon Garratt, Jackson Smith, and Harry AshCase 21:  Theta, by Ahmad Nazrul Nazmi, Ahmad Rusyaidi Danial Awatif Roshdi, and Muhammad Fakhrul Qhuwaizi Abd Rahim
Case 22:  Coinbase: Cryptocurrency exchange, by Michael Sowden, Joanna Yu, and Zhiming LuCase 23: Flash Loans, By Alex Clarke and Paul JackwaysCase 24:  Bitcoin: Its environmental impact, and is it sustainable?, by Alexander Love and Hayden Ott
   
Cases discussed in class throughout the semester(There are links to these cases under the lecture topics throughout the term) 
Case 25:  Central bank digital currencies (weeks 1, 6, 8, 9, and many more with a quick Google search)Case 26:  E-Estonia (weeks 1, 5, and more by Google)Case 27:  Blockchain, sovereign identity, and personal privacy (week 6 and more by Google)

Since the beginning of the semester, we have generally categorized blockchain and cryptocurrency cases into various categories according to their primary relevance: technical, business, culture, and society.  

  1. What are the seven most relevant and seven most irrelevant cases about blockchain and cryptocurrency technology (e.g. “technical” cases)?  Report them, with their associated case numbers, in the following form:
Most RelevantMost Irrelevant
  
RelevantIrrelevant
  
  
Somewhat RelevantSomewhat Irrelevant
  
  
  
  
  1. Briefly explain your rationale for selecting the top 7 most relevant cases, and give examples that illustrate your reasoning (3 points).
  • Briefly explain your rationale for selecting the bottom 7 most irrelevant cases, and give examples that illustrate your reasoning (2 points).

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  • What are the seven most relevant and seven most irrelevant cases about the business application of blockchain and cryptocurrencies?  Report them, with their associated case numbers, in the following form:
Most RelevantMost Irrelevant
  
RelevantIrrelevant
  
  
Somewhat RelevantSomewhat Irrelevant
  
  
  
  
  1. Briefly explain your rationale for selecting the top 7 most relevant cases, and give examples that illustrate your reasoning (3 points).
  • Briefly explain your rationale for selecting the bottom 7 most irrelevant cases, and give examples that illustrate your reasoning (2 points).

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  • What are the seven most relevant and seven most irrelevant cases about the cultural impact of blockchain and cryptocurrencies?  Report them, with their associated case numbers, in the following form:
Most RelevantMost Irrelevant
  
RelevantIrrelevant
  
  
Somewhat RelevantSomewhat Irrelevant
  
  
  
  
  1. Briefly explain your rationale for selecting the top 7 most relevant cases, and give examples that illustrate your reasoning (3 points).
  • Briefly explain your rationale for selecting the bottom 7 most irrelevant cases, and give examples that illustrate your reasoning (2 points).

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  • What are the seven most relevant and seven most irrelevant cases about the societal impact of blockchain and cryptocurrencies?  Report them, with their associated case numbers, in the following form:
Most RelevantMost Irrelevant
  
RelevantIrrelevant
  
  
Somewhat RelevantSomewhat Irrelevant
  
  
  
  
  1. Briefly explain your rationale for selecting the top 7 most relevant cases, and give examples that illustrate your reasoning (3 points).
  • Briefly explain your rationale for selecting the bottom 7 most irrelevant cases, and give examples that illustrate your reasoning (2 points).

End of Question 1 – Congratulations!

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