@oxygen-cat right on, Im glad to see other people fired up about this. I believe the Holo team is passionate about improving life for this planet and everyone on it. the Holo infrastructure has the potential to be a ‘one-stop-shop’ in a sense, however please consider that this entire industry is in its infancy. what Holo is doing is absolutely revolutionary, and I love how theyre being very upfront and transparent from the beginning. imo alot of the success will depend on the quality of dHapps built, as well as the efficiencies of economy, hosting, gossip, GUI/onboarding, and interoperability. its design contains all of the necessary building blocks and flexibility, but like with anything in the 3D world, it requires tangible action by consistent participants. it is up to us to come together as a species to promote a collaborative, fair, and efficient civilization.
@aali95 your concerns are legitimate. perhaps tackling the discussion regarding value and value flow as they relate to value based systems could alleviate them. for example, if provider A of particular good/service wants to accept holo fuel, then nothing in theory should stop customer B (holo fuel owner) from agreeing to the exchange if it is desirable.
an important aspect of the Holo architecture is that its design intends for many current-“sees” to be built on top. choice is left to the users as how to decide their value, use cases and adoption. the beauty of it is the freedom of creativity.
I recommend checking out @artbrock 's occupy wall street presentation
@sidsthalekar and @LifeSMyth make really great points. I am not part of the team either, but am also a huge fan of Holo for several reasons Im happy to discuss. my main goal is to help answer questions and engage in productive dialogue.