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Naik, A., Yeniaras, E., Hellstern, G., Prasad, G., & Vishwakarma, S. K. L. P. (2023). From portfolio optimization to quantum blockchain and security: A systematic review of quantum computing in finance. arXiv preprint arXiv:2307.01155, 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Naik2023
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Categories: Monero-focused
Creators: Hellstern, Naik, Prasad, Vishwakarma, Yeniaras
Collection: arXiv preprint arXiv:2307.01155
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Attachments   Quantum_BC_Security.pdf [7/109] URLs   https://arxiv.org/pdf/2307.01155.pdf
Abstract
In this paper, we provide an overview of the recent work in the quantum finance realm from various perspectives. The applications in consideration are Portfolio Optimization, Fraud Detec- tion, and Monte Carlo methods for derivative pricing and risk calculation. Furthermore, we give a comprehensive overview of the applications of quantum computing in the field of blockchain tech- nology which is a main concept in fintech. In that sense, we first introduce the general overview of blockchain with its main cryptographic primitives such as digital signature algorithms, hash functions, and random number generators as well as the security vulnerabilities of blockchain technologies after the merge of quantum computers considering Shor’s quantum factoring and Grover’s quantum search algorithms. We then discuss the privacy preserving quantum-resistant blockchain systems via threshold signatures, ring signatures, and zero-knowledge proof systems i.e. ZK-SNARKs in quantum resistant blockchains. After emphasizing the difference between the quantum-resistant blockchain and quantum-safe blockchain we mention the security counter- measures to take against the possible quantumized attacks aiming these systems. We finalize our discussion with quantum blockchain, efficient quantum mining and necessary infrastructures for constructing such systems based on quantum computing. This review has the intention to be a bridge to fill the gap between quantum computing and one of its most prominent application realms: Finance. We provide the state-of-the-art results in the intersection of finance and quan- tum technology for both industrial practitioners and academicians.
  
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