GLX’s Paper “Blockchain: Data Malls, Coin Economies, and Keyless Payments” Has Been Published In The Journal of Alternative Investments

SHERIDAN, WY – September 6, 2018 – Today GLX is happy to announce that our co-authored research paper Blockchain: Data Malls, Coin Economies, and Keyless Payments has been published in the print edition of the prestigious Journal of Alternative Investments.

Ronald Russo, GLX’s Founder & CEO stated “We have spent significant time and resources doing research on GLX’s business model and blockchain strategy. Most of which have been compiled into industry whitepapers. I want to thank the Social Science Research Network (“SSRN”) and The Journal of Alternative Investments for recognizing this work.”

All of Ronald Russo’s published publications can be found by visiting his personal profile ( in the network and selecting “Publications” from the dropdown menu.

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