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Cryptocurrency + E-Commerce = E-Cash???

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Cryptocurrency E-Commerce is considered one of our favourite subjects!! This video lays out a compelling argument to persuade you that cryptocurrencies are going to do wonderful issues for E-Commerce!

First, I’ll clarify how crypto-currencies allow entire new e-commerce markets that in any other case wouldn’t even exist. And Second I’ll inform you why crypto-currencies are dramatically higher expertise than bank cards.

So, on level primary, crypto permits new markets, to clarify this I’m going to make use of for instance considered one of my favourite crypto initiatives, Open Bazaar. Open Bazaar is an open supply venture that creates a peer-to-peer market place. The joke is that Open Bazaar is what you’ll get if eBay and bitTorrent had a child. Open Bazaar is like eBay solely as a peer-to-peer protocol relatively than an organization.

Coinbase is one other huge participant within the area that’s making an attempt to deliver cryptocurrency to ecommerce. Coinbase commerce is offering a direct manner for retailers to simply accept cryptocurrency.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. 3rd party escrow is an AWFUL idea, but I get the overall idea. Then the question is why should a Buyer trust a Seller and then that too is wrong. The Seller NEEDS to know the funds will be present BEFORE products and or services are rendered thus a certain amount of trust NEEDS to be in place! Saying a 3rd party has the funds does not equal assurance the Seller will receive the funds after a product and or service has been rendered. Suppose for a second the Buyer did indeed receive an order or knows via shipping/tracking that they would receive such BUT lays a complaint with the 3rd party / escrow and get their funds returned BUT they indeed did receive the product and or service THEN the Seller has been SCAMMED!

    What I did not hear within this video was individuals and or small business ESTABLISHING a BRAND. Meaning establish report for the purpose of commerce!

    If you are going to purchase a physical item the Seller's shipping address is a must along with their social media contact information. As long as there is transparency for individual to buy and sell then transactions should be fine.

    E-Commerce using Crypto usually means individuals use a 3rd party to buy crypto and such crypto is place on wallets that are controlled by the 3rd party you are using… Terms of Service and Policies often make it impossible to do transactions… And when there is an issue the 3rd party will Seize accounts even if NOTHING wrong occured so Buyers have to all ways watch their backs because ANYONE can complain, lie, and or Troll to shut down a wallet used for commerce… So you think 3rd party solutions is a good thing but point to crypto as being decentralize?

    Anything not centralized has an issue with reputation, but again a lot of online commerce has issues with reputation.

    Later,

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