Quinn DuPont studies human and social dimensions of computer security, crypto, and code. He is currently a postdoctoral Research Associate at the School of Information, University of Washington and from May 2019 an Assistant Professor in the College of Business, University College Dublin. He has a PhD in Information Science (Toronto), and is an ALA-accredited librarian (Western), with a decade of industry experience, previously as a Senior Information Specialist at IBM.
His current research focuses on ethical practices of computer security researchers and the study of cryptocurrency and blockchain technologies. He is a member of the Standards Council of Canada and ISO blockchain standardization committees, Chair of the IEEE Blockchain Initiative, Advisor, Partner, and Consultant for several crypto startups.
His book, Cryptocurrencies and Blockchains (2018, Polity), is a scholarly survey of cryptocurrency and blockchain technologies in society.
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