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Amazon Brings eCurrency to the Kindle Fire

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2 Responses

  1. John Conway

    Amazon learning from Paypal. Great. It will be a huge revenue generator. Paypals dormant capital could run a third world country. Amazons currency will be used in all Amazon products. Small steps because you dont need the Feds stepping in. You know they are watching anytime somebody creates a new currency and I thank they for it.

  2. Bruce R.(BPR639Geek)

    Good idea if the given companies launch a pilot program for a year, if it works great, if it doesn’t, drop it but naturally let the currency run out. I wouldn’t want to see customers lose their investments. But as an overall idea, it might be too complex to keep track of, and people may not *want* a non-transferrable currency… “B”