Here is a crosspost to an article posted on Kent's blog The 41st Square.
imagine what has happened with e-Commerce in China by much bigger. Bigger than Alibaba, Amazon and every other centralized E-Commerce market combined offering to and receiving service to and from anyone anywhere with a device and internet connection.
Go ahead, be with that for a moment.
What would the market cap be on something like that? A trillion dollars? Something very interesting is brewing that made me think that of the book. It’s called OpenBazaar. Put simply OpenBazaar allows anyone, literally anyone without any centralized permissions or authority to be an e-commerce retailer in a global market place. Or, in their own words, "Decentralized marketplace for instantly trading with anyone using Bitcoin."
Read the Full Article at The 41st Square