Anne Haubo Dyhrberg is a researcher at the University of Sydney Department of Finance. Her work is focused on studying the micro-structure of cryptocurrency markets, specifically their transaction costs and liquidity.
At the Bitcoin Wednesday conference on 5 February 2020, Anne Haubo Dyhrberg will present her findings on Bitcoin adoption metrics. Anne is a researcher from the University of Sydney Department of Finance. Her work is focused on studying the micro-structure of cryptocurrency markets, specifically their transaction costs and liquidity. During her talk at Bitcoin Wednesday she’ll explain how she aims to identify the consequences of blockchain design for market quality.
Adoption metrics, including transaction volume, transaction costs and the number of addresses, are important measures for understanding Bitcoin’s usage and growth; they are often used to predict the potential value of the cryptocurrency. Anne’s research on this subject reveals that Bitcoin transaction volume is inflated by 7-8 times and that transaction costs are significantly under reported. During her talk she will present the results of her work in this area, and explain her methodology for calculating these numbers more accurately.
She graduated with a Master of Arts in Economics from University College Dublin and earned her Bachelor’s degree in international business from Copenhagen Business School. Her work has been published in Economics Letters and Financial Research Letters.
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