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By enabling the secure sharing of nearly anything-without intermediaries or their fees-the technology could redefine peer-to-peer platforms and the customer experience
Except that government will still try to act as "intermediaries" by enacting and enforcing regulations in regards to transactions between customer and client.
Block chain technology is going to be a major game changer however in many ways, and this article only begins to touch on it. This is a great read!
 

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Good article indeed. Thanks for posting.

Except that government will still try to act as "intermediaries" by enacting and enforcing regulations in regards to transactions between customer and client.
Block chain technology is going to be a major game changer however in many ways, and this article only begins to touch on it. This is a great read!
From the article: ''"I think end users don't really care about who is running the system, as long as they get what they want at a low price," says De Filippi. "The ones who will benefit the most from a blockchain-based system are the Uber drivers or Airbnb hosts who will be able to obtain a share of the profit from the overall venture, instead of just acting as 'contractors' for a large company that is mostly interested in the maximization of its own profits."
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If that prediction/vision turns out to be true, then there's already one level of ''intermediary'' that will be leaving. Definitely a game changer.
 
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