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We have clear examples of commoditized labor in apps such as Postmates, Uber, and Amazon Mechanical Turk, to name a few.

In order to evolve such models so that they do not operate on up-front losses, operate under monopolistic/oligopolistic influence or control, and achieve more complex goals in the spirit of public goods and services, we must use Atala PRISM in combination with a democratic voting system to articulate archetypes of services. These services, especially more complex examples that require skilled labor, should be voted on initially for RoI, but ultimately be challenged to increase aggregate economic efficiency for Cardano participants, such that we can dynamically provide nuanced solutions for all potential producers in need of compensation for their labor and their niche expertise. From the consumer’s perspective, we can use an open system like Cardano to demonstrate the viability of projects with greater complexity, and show that they can be improved through iteration

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Commoditized Labor with Peer-Approved PRISM Credentials for Necessary Skills and Democratic-Described Service Archetypes

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Commoditized Labor with Peer-Approved PRISM Credentials for Necessary Skills and Democratic-Described Service Archetypes

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