Qiang Tang is an assistant professor at New Jersey Institute of Technology, and he is also the Director of JD-NJIT-ISCAS joint research lab on blockchain technology. Before joining NJIT, he was a postdoc at Cornell University and the Initiative of CryptoCurrency and Contracts (IC3). Qiang’s research interests spans multiple topics of cryptography and blockchain, and his work mostly appeared in top crypto/security/distributed computing venues. He is the founding co-chair of IEEE SMC society blockchain technical committee, served as program committees for multiple top venues, and was invited as expert reviewer for grant proposals from Canada, Hong Kong, and China. His research was supported by NSF, DoE, JD.com, Protocol Labs, Particl Foundation, and NJIT.