Merchant Sharing Theory
Laurent Fournier ()
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This paper is the first attempt to formalize a new field of economics; studding the Intangibles Goods available on the Internet. We are taking advantage of the digital world's specific rules to propose a theory of trading & sharing unified. A function based money is created as a world-wide currency; ⊔ (pronounced /k^p/). We argue that our system discourage speculation activities while it makes easy captured taxes for governments. The implementation removes the today's paywall on the Internet and provides a simple-to-use, open-source, free-of-charge, highly-secure, person-to-person, privacy-respectful, digital payment tool for citizens, using standard smart-phones with a strong authentication. Next step will be the propagation of the network application and we expect many shared benefits for the whole economics development.
Keywords: Economics; Internet; Intangible Good; Sharing; Trading; Money; Digital Signature; Payment; Currency; Exchange Rate; Cultural Piracy; Copyright; Paywall; Peer-to-peer (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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