OmniBazaar Inc. is launching the beta test of its new service- an e-commerce marketplace where users do not need intermediaries to pay with cryptocurrencies.
Two days ago, OmniBazaar, Inc., an open-source P2P (peer-to-peer) net, “engaged in developing consumer-to-consumer and business-to-consumer Internet marketplace“, announced it will soon change the e-commerce standards. The company intends to eliminate the presence of any intermediary such as cryptocurrency trading platforms and banks or eBay and UpWork when paying online with cryptos. The company was thrilled to announce on starting the beta test of its OmniBazaar project.
“OmniBazaar representatives explained what they have set out to achieve — removing the obstacles associated with using cryptocurrencies for the “average user” stating that these users often avoid crypto transactions because of “complexities of opening an account at a cryptocurrency exchange.”
The upcoming service represents a revolution in what can be called “e-commerce” and intends to change the ideology of the community about this activity. Once the platform is launched, users will no longer need a middleman to pay for thousands of services and products through OmniBazaar.
The company published three years ago an educational video that explains the way users can enjoy OmniBazaar’s services, almost similar to eBay or UpWork- the difference being the replacement of fiat currencies with cryptocurrencies, among several other features.