According to the Economic Observation Network, Deng Jianpeng, a professor at the School of Law of Central University of Finance and Economics, said that the integration of blockchain technology and the real economy currently faces challenges mainly in terms of laws and policies. He pointed out that several sub-sectors related to blockchain technology in China, such as speculation, mining, and exchanges, are currently gray industries. The related regulations and policies have a high degree of volatility within a period of time. Therefore, the operation expectations of these industries are unclear, which will affect the investment and various business behaviors of market players. He believes that for blockchain companies, we must implement the spirit of the rule of law and provide a good environment for the market. He pointed out that the core can be two points. The first is good law and the second is good law. That is, combining the legitimate demands of enterprises to reflect the core of the law and strictly enforce the law to create the best business environment.