The MEV Workshop at the Science of Blockchain Conference 2024 (MEV-SBC ’24)

Date: Tuesday, August 6th (the day before SBC ‘24)

Duration: 10:00 - 17:00

Venue: Cornell Tech, Roosevelt Island (2 West Loop Rd, New York, NY 10044)


Livestream: will be added

Previous MEV-SBC workshops: 2023, 2022

Maximal extractable value (MEV) is a measure devised to study consensus security by modeling the profit a miner (or validator, sequencer, or other privileged protocol actor) can make through their ability to arbitrarily include, exclude, or re-order transactions from the blocks they produce.

MEV is a complex and multidisciplinary research area, bringing together ideas from computer science, cryptography, economics, game theory, programing languages, and more. MEV-SBC aims to highlight important MEV research done in the past year and talks that will illuminate a new round of research problems the community should prioritize. The workshop is a satellite event of The Science of Blockchain Conference (SBC’24).


This agenda is being created with input from Flashbots Research, the Ethereum Foundation, and broader MEV research community. The agenda, livestream link, recordings, and slides will be added to this page once available.

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