Special Issue

Blockchain is a dynamic discipline. One of the objectives of the Services Transactions on Blockchain (STBC) is to promote research accomplishments and new directions. STBC welcomes special issues in any emerging areas of Blockchain. Each special issue's proposal includes the name of the special issue, short bios of guest editors, a draft of Call for Papers, potential authors and related events such as conferences. For an extended version of a conference paper, it is required that you have added at least 30% of new results in your journal paper. It is also required that you should articulate a different and more appropriate paper title for your journal version.

If you would like to propose a special issue, please send your proposal to stbc DOT ServicesSociety.org.

About STBC

Services Transactions on Blockchain (STBC) is a peer reviewed, international publication aiming to be a core resource providing leading technologies, development applications, empirical studies, and future trends in the field of Blockchain.

From the technology foundation perspective, Blockchain covers the science and technology needed for creating, connecting, interacting, and managing transactions among multiple parties including people, computer programs, robots, environments, and Internet services. All topics regarding blockchain enabling technologies, applications, and standards align with the theme of STBC.

Aiming to become a prestigious international journal in the field, STBC will consider extended versions of papers published in reputable related conferences and innovative applications of Blockchain. Sponsored by Services Society (S2), the published STBC papers will be made accessible for easy of citation and knowledge sharing, in addition to printed versions. All published STBC papers will be promoted and recommended to potential authors of the future versions of related reputable conferences such as ICBC, ICIOT, ICWS, SCC, CLOUD, BigData, SERVICES, AIMS, EDGE, and ICCC.