Response copied from Telegram user, "Peter" 07/11/19:
Here's what I can imagine: Let's assume that a scientific institute wants to analyze the surfing behavior of users. For example, how long is someone on the go with their mobile phone on facebook, Amazon or playing on their mobile phone, etc.? Now the mobile phone user receives a push message that the following analyses are due soon. The user can now decide which data to make available to which institute. The user decides from a list which data will be made available for the analysis. Possibly even, how long the data may be kept available. The institute pays the user in Datacoin. Perhaps even according to quality and duration. This means that the longer the institute is allowed to store the data, the more the institute has to pay for it. Possibly once or monthly for the holding period. As a user, I now know exactly who I am making what available to and for how long.
Another example: As users, we value very well written and well-founded articles by journalists. These should be remunerated for your work and research. A website is therefore no longer free of charge, but every article is paid for via micropayment in datacoin. So if someone reads an article for a certain period of time or scrolls down approx. 30%, then a small cent amount is paid by the user to the author. You only pay for what you actually consume. A subscription is no longer necessary. Every author can also make his articles available on the Streamr marketplace.
Another application could be that insurance companies are only paid by the vehicle owner if the car is actually moved. If it is somewhere, for example in a garage, nothing has to be paid for it.
Here, the model could run in such a way that the more data a user provides, the cheaper the fee becomes. The same can apply to the tax revenues of a government. The tax is only levied if the vehicle is moved or where it is moved. For example in the city or in the country. Direct taxation, so to speak, for the use of infrastructure. It only affects those who use it. See topic: fair financial taxation....
so...thats were only few thoughts at the moment... i know its easy to write them down...but difficult to reach... long way to go...but you are all are doing a fine job so far... -)
I think, however, that it must be just at the beginning of this development that Apps appeals to the gaming instinct of the users. So that we humans can playfully learn how to use the new tool. We first have to gather our experience of how the new technology works and I can see in the small details what it really brings to me. Also the coolness factor should not be missing. It must be cool to want to use the application. All applications should be very easy to use and understand for everyone to reach the crowds.
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