Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

M. Bareis, M. Di Angelo, G. Salzer:
"Functional Differences of Neo and Ethereum as Smart Contract Platforms";
Talk: 2nd Int. Congress on Blockchain and Applications (ICBA), Aquila; 2020-09-28 - 2020-09-30; in: "2nd International Congress on Blockchain and Applications", J. Prieto et al. (ed.); Springer, AISC 1238 (2020), ISBN: 978-3-030-52535-4; 13 - 23.

English abstract:
While Ethereum is currently the most popular smart contract platform, there are interesting alternatives like Neo. However, Neo only rarely appears in scientific literature. Moreover, comparisons of smart contract platforms hardly employ a structured approach, but rather apply different criteria to each platform.
This work performs an in-depth comparison between Ethereum and Neo in a structured manner. We derive a catalogue of criteria from related work and use it to identify differences and similarities worthy of discussion. We show how Ethereum and Neo differ in key aspects, ranging from the general goal to technical issues like the execution and fee model and practical aspects like the maturity of its features and documentation.

evaluation, criteria, smart contract, platform

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