Blockchain policy inertia: Where’s the disruption?
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Sobey, A. (2018). Blockchain policy inertia: Where’s the disruption?. CUSPE Communications https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.25639
Blockchain has been framed as a technology that could alter the shape of the world dramatically in the coming decades, influencing how we act and govern ourselves as a society, as the decentralised nature of Blockchain means that these networks wouldn’t be controlled by one person, group, corporation or government.
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