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Bytom research institution’s paper released at BRAINS conference (IEEE, Orange & ACM sponsored)

Bytom Research Institute’s paper “MovER: Stabilize Decentralized Finance System with Practical Risk Management” officially released at the BRAINS International Conference, this conference is sponsored by IEEE(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), Orange (a French multinational telecommunications corporation) and ACM (Association for Computing Machinery).

The details of this conference:

Affected by the epidemic, this BRAINS conference has changed to an online meeting. Bytom will be invited to participate in online discussions on September 28, 2020. Technocrats and enthusiasts from all over the world share MOV’s exploration and innovation in the stable financial field and further enhance the influence of MOV.


BRAINS (2020 2nd Conference on Blockchain Research & Applications for Innovative Networks and Services) conference is supported by IEEE. It is an international conference focusing on blockchain and distributed ledger technology, which can make the world’s networks and services more secure. Expand a new distributed business model.

The main areas of focus are (not limited to):

Fundamentals of Blockchain and DLT

Decentralized Apps, Smart contracts and chaincode

Application and service cases of DLT and Smart-Contracts

Paper abstract

Distributed finance is becoming more and more popular in the blockchain field and is becoming a new trend of blockchain. However, more and more security risks have also been exposed and seriously threaten the security of the blockchain system. In this article, we propose a decentralized and stable financial system based on modern risk management and evaluation system. From an economic perspective, this system includes a collateral framework, a stabilization mechanism, and a liquidation mechanism. At the same time, risky bonds are introduced to resist the influence of the black swan. A new chain financial system must include modern risk management models and theories. MovER has constructed an all-weather risk management framework based on Markov chain, loss distribution, and volatility prediction theory. The risk management framework can assess the following three risks: market risk, credit risk, and operational risk.



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