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How to predict where blockchain regulation may be heading: an expert explains

Blockchain technologies offer great trust and transparency, without the need for a trusted third party. However, Blockchain's platform nature, how its pricing works, and its impact into supply chains pose considerable risks for anti competitive behaviour by users, the blockchain itself, or directed towards it.
Both policymakers and the blockchain community now look towards competition policy and antitrust experts to find a middle ground, avoiding scenarios where those in control of the Blockchain partake in anti competitive behaviour – whether it be by controlling its price or reaching a collusive agreement to raise prices unfairly. This would diminish trust in blockchain technologies and set them up for failure.

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