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Author Topic: [2016-09-04] Regulation is One Obstacle to Blockchain Adoption  (Read 151 times)
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September 04, 2016, 03:00:44 PM

The World Economic Forum recently released a report on blockchain’s potential to transform the financial infrastructure. The blockchain is the spinal cord of Bitcoin, the first decentralized digital currency, and this technology can profoundly change the traditional financial model.

The report is the most recent phase of the Forum’s ongoing Disruptive Innovation in Financial Services project. It draws on over 12 months of research, engaging 200-plus industry leaders and subject matter experts through interviews and multistake holder workshops...

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September 04, 2016, 03:27:42 PM

Oh boo hoo.

The whole point of the blockchain is that it is regulation manifest. Regulation that can't be changed or subverted by someone shouting loudly or threatening people.

And that's why the establishment class are trying to fight it, it takes alot of their power and throws it down the toilet. All this talk of "blockchain can't be regulated"  is just one long suicide note from drip-nosed bureaucrats whose days are numbered.

We can set the regulations ourselves now, and you babies can suck. it. up. Comprende?

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