This library is a result of my 3 year research of blockchain space.
I don't think it is exhaustive. It include 56 white papers and the registry of Brett Scott. Brett Scott's registry has more than 500 white papers. But primarily all works around Bitcoin. My library include the most prominent and the most important applicable works about private and public blockchain designs. Also it include some useful white papers around databases, consensus algorithms, economics, IoT etc.
I also have very
stupid rare item in my collection: One clown whose name is Smith applied for patent on Bitcoin's business model. Would happy to see how US government will protect this IP right ;-)