JD Research Fellow: Blockchain technology has become an important part of regulatory technology

He Haifeng, a researcher at the Center for Legal and Policy Research at Jingdong Digital Science and Technology Research Institute, said that regulatory technology is driven by data and technology, and is based on new technologies such as cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and blockchain. Value-oriented solutions with more efficient compliance and more effective regulation. Using the blockchain as an auxiliary tool for existing supervision, as the basis for building a trust mechanism, rather than overthrowing the existing centralized regulatory network, the trend of establishing a distributed network with the blockchain as the bottom layer is becoming more and more obvious.