Anti-dump/Anti-Dumping Policy

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Anti-dump/Anti-Dumping Policy

What is Anti-dump/Anti-Dumping Policy?

When a local government applies a protectionist charge on goods from abroad that it deems to be priced below fair market value, it is known as anti-dumping duty. Dumping is the practice of a firm exporting a good at a price that is much less than what the company typically charges in its home market. 

In the crypto world, a set of guidelines known as an anti-dumping policy shields investors from pump-and-dump scams. The word “dumping” describes a situation in which a wealthy investor, commonly referred to as a “whale,” purchases a huge quantity of tokens with the purpose of driving up the price before selling them all for a sizable profit.


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