Decentralization is quickly becoming more than just a pipe-dream. It has crossed into the realm where technology meets social philosophy and integral psychology. It has become a word of great gravity, sounding world-changing echoes of equality through all governments, classes, sexes, and races of humanity.
Imagine a world where all online e-commerce is united with a single inventory base. From Amazon to Alibaba, eBay to Etsy, Jet to JD.com, what if the world’s most popular marketplaces shared the same items, making it easier for you to buy what you want at the best price? This is the vision of Spl.yt: a new e-commerce paradigm that is easier to use and secured by blockchain. Let’s take a look at how such a system would make life easier for buyers, sellers, and marketplaces alike.
The next evolution in online sales has finally arrived. Merchants great and small, from the occasional eBay seller or storefront dealer on Amazon, to large-scale vendors across dozens of international online markets, will all now have a swift, secure, and efficient way to connect to the blockchain and list items for sale through an innovative new smart contract-based protocol called Spl.yt.
Science Blockchain, the premier startup development firm investing in blockchain technology companies, announces it is backing Spl.yt, a smart-contract protocol that aims to bring efficiency, security, and transparency to a new, decentralized ecommerce ecosystem.
Online markets are constantly improving as platforms become easier to use and more convenient for both buyers and sellers. As we move towards a more digital centric day-to-day, the parties that facilitate e-commerce become gatekeepers to competition and center points prone to security concerns.
E-commerce is a trillion dollar industry where over 40% of the market share is controlled by a single entity. While this establishes trust and convienience for consumers, it also makes it difficult for small-to-medium online businesses to compete long term.
PaymentWorld, LLC Announces Change of Address Irvine, CA. December 1st, 2017: – PaymentWorld a leading payments technology company, announced today that they have moved their office to a new location in Irvine, California. The address of the new office is 2955 Main St, Suite 100. CA 92614. All other contact information including phone numbers remain...