Nokia tweets. Porte-monnaie PriceMinister. Hub Culture. Hub Culture. Currency In December 2009 Hub Culture began using Ven as a micropayment system for the distribution of content produced by members in the network, allowing users to charge access to individual articles or videos posted inside the network system.
In May 2010, carbon pricing contracts were introduced to the weighted basket that determines the value of Ven. The introduction of carbon to the calculation price of the currency made Ven the first digital Emissions Reduction Currency System. An open API for Ven arrived in January 2011, providing new forms of distribution and access to the currency for the web at large via a developer interface at VenMoney.net. Ven is the global, virtual, social currency from Hub Culture. Givey. Square – Accept credit card payments with your mobile phone. Buy digital goods with your mobile – easy, safe mobile payments.
Buy digital goods with your mobile – easy, safe mobile payments. Twitpay. The Future of Money: It’s Flexible, Frictionless and (Almost) Free. Two months after PayPal opened its platform, 15,000 developers had used it to create new payment services. Illustration: Heads of State have spent 50 years building a proprietary, locked-down system that handles roughly $2 trillion in credit card transactions and another $1.3 trillion in debit card transactions every year. Until recently, vendors had little choice but to participate in this system, even though — like a medieval toll road — it is long and bumpy and full of intermediaries eager to take their cut.