The National Science Foundation (NSF) allocated a half-million-dollar grant to Arvin Narayanan, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Princeton University, in late June for “Addressing the challenges of cryptocurrencies: Security, anonymity, stability.”
Narayanan is particularly famous in academic world for his research in data anonymization.
As the project…
Among the graduates of Princeton at the Commencement last week, was John C. Ten Eyck, jr. of Mount Holly. Mr. T., after a season of rest, will commence the study of law in the office of his father, Hon. John C. Ten Eyck.
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