Commerce, e-commerce, and m-commerce: what comes next?

  title={Commerce, e-commerce, and m-commerce: what comes next?},
  author={Zakaria Maamar},
  journal={Commun. ACM},
In ancient times, people exchanged their goods and services to obtain what they needed (such as clothes and tools) from other people. This system of bartering compensated for the lack of currency. People offered goods/services and received in kind other goods/services. Now, despite the existence of multiple currencies and the progress of humanity from the Stone Age to the Byte Age, people still barter but in a different way. Mainly, people use money to pay for the goods they purchase and the… CONTINUE READING
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