Active PAR

P2143.3

Standard for Risk Control Requirements for Cryptocurrency Payment

This standard defines the risk control requirements for cryptocurrency payment between consumers and merchants. It addresses how to control the risks on related sides and manage the security of fiat money and cryptocurrency in the value transferring process.

Standards Committee
CTS/BSC - Blockchain Standards Committee
Status
Active PAR
PAR Approval
2019-06-13

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Consumer Technology Society
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Standards Committee
CTS/BSC - Blockchain Standards Committee
Working Group
CPWG - Cryptocurrency Payment Working Group
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IEEE Program Manager
Soo Kim
Contact
Working Group Chair
Daozhuang Lin

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P2143.2

Standard for Cryptocurrency Payment Performance Metrics

This standard defines the performance metrics of cryptocurrency payment between consumers and merchants required to quantify the experience assessment of both consumers and merchants, such as the duration time required to complete a transaction made in cryptocurrency through a general process of cryptocurrency payment.

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Standards approved by the IEEE SA Standards Board that are within the 10-year lifecycle.


2143.1-2020

IEEE Standard for General Process of Cryptocurrency Payment

Defined in this standard is the general process of cryptocurrency payment between consumers and merchants. This process describes how a consumer purchases goods or services with cryptocurrency and how the merchant receives fiat money in return. It involves multiple aspects such as cryptocurrency payment operators playing an agent role, consumers owning cryptocurrency, merchant accessing to a cryptocurrency payment platform, banks, and cryptocurrency exchanges.

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