By 1717, the South Sea Company was so rich (still having carried out no real enterprise) that it assumed the general public debt of the British government. This accelerated the inflation of the share worth further, as did the Bubble Act 1720, which (probably with the motive of defending the South Sea Company from competition) prohibited the establishment of any firms with no Royal Charter.
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