Distributed Market Domination

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Distributed Market Domination - de-monopolizing of a field of endeavor by open-sourcing an enterprise model for the production of some economically-significant product or service. This applies to life sustaining products (as opposed to exotic or luxury items) such as foodstuffs, housing, energy, materials, and manufacturing - or any field of endeavor that is related to artificial scarcity and related risk of resource conflict. The intent of Distributed Market Domination is removal of artificial scarcity as a potential trigger for resource conflicts within the context of global geopolitics, as influenced via local economies.


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