The Biden administration nominated Lina Khan as chairman of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on the 15th. Kahn is a professor at Columbia Law School and is 32 years old. It will be the youngest in history as the top of FTC. Kahn is known for being critical of the monopoly of big tech such as Amazon.
Blockchain proponents tend to reflexively resist regulation and regulators, but given Khan’s concerns about monopoly by large corporations, he supports blockchain on major privacy issues. It can also be on your side.
In addition, Kahn’s anti-monopoly stance could create significant market opportunities for new types of tech companies, including those developing decentralized systems and “Web 3.0.”