How they do it: Napster’s initial offering was to allow users to exchange MP3 files with each other. This was revolutionary as this wasn’t possible with older music formats such as CDs. By allowing users to share their music, they were able to access a greater library of music than they previously owned. It’s ueasy to use software design made it popular.
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How they do it: SlideShare offers a peer-to-peer platform where users can upload their presentations and provide feedback.
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How they do it: On the Pinterest platform, users come together in order to share experiences and information, mainly via images. Through ”pinning” articles, users can express their interest and participate in peer-to-peer voting, in turn surfacing the most relevant posts to like-minded users.
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How they do it: In Skypes Peer-to-Peer network, individuals can connect via its software and communicate via chat, voice or video calls.
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How they do it: eBay is a pioneer of the P2P-marketplace. Among peers, sellers can list their products for a small fee or for free, while buyers can discover product listings, and bid on or purchase products. eBay facilitates discovery and payments via its platform.
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