The technology / software to facilitate transactions

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The technology / software to facilitate transactions

Unread postby Christine on Mon Nov 17, 2008 2:47 am

The perfect way would be to have an interface like PayPal. At the checkout, 50% of the merchant's agreed upon discount is transferred to the organization and 50% is applied deducted from the buyer's balance due.

Another option is for members to add a code for the discount, but then the ENTIRE discount goes to the buyer and nothing goes to the organization. The members would have to pay a membership fee and there'd be a lot less money for the organization.

And there'd be a lot fewer members, reducing the ability to negotiate discounts.

And members would post the discount codes on the web for non members to use.

"Somewhere" I've read about gnu software to keep track of alternative currencies, probably even posted links somewhere at this site. I'll have to look for it.

There are numerous services like e-gold keeping track of transactions, so it can't be too difficult to write software, but it's not one of my skills.
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