How far to Web 3.0?
Time again, for looking at the types of products I've seen on my travels.
Thinking about the value of a slave card, i quickly came to realise that to keep oneself free of bondage, conned custom givers ' consumers'... want peace of mind, even though there is quite a lot involved in then pursuing any claim regarding faulty goods or service albeit a further strain on one's time and energy.
So, sourcing, and building a relationship with one's 'trustees' /network requires the seller to further confirm, provide warranty and/or make up for shortcomings when a product is purchased.
Adding to the STRETCHED-fictitious plethora of benefits and uses relevant to that buyer - what do i as a customer actually want from a product or service? [in the case of a mobile, I really could care less about everything thrown on a mobile if I can't sms on it, or quickly add a calendar entry]. Hence, striving to source, maintain and follow up on a purchase is something that can be done via this new interface.
A handy service for a handier kind of card.