OPENBAZAAR is a decentralized online market place.
From their FAQ page:
What is OpenBazaar?
OpenBazaar is a different way to do online commerce. It’s a peer to peer application that doesn’t require middlemen, which means no fees & no restrictions.
How does OpenBazaar work?
OpenBazaar connects people directly via a peer to peer network. Data is distributed across the network instead of storing it in a central database.
How are there no fees and restrictions?
OpenBazaar isn’t a company nor an organization; it’s free open source software. It was built to provide everyone with the ability to buy and sell freely
Who controls the OpenBazaar network?
Nobody has control over OpenBazaar. Each user contributes to the network equally and is in control of their own store and private data
Is Bitcoin the only supported payment method?
A few days ago they launched Haven, the OpenBazaar phone app:
“Finally, people anywhere in the world can connect directly to each other using their mobile devices and trade privately with no credit cards, no banks, and no tech companies tracking their activities, or charging listing and transaction fees. “
I think we are only a few years away from these types of crypto destinations getting proper traction and becoming main stream.
“Haven creates a mobile window into the groundbreaking OpenBazaar network powered by cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin and Zcash (Ethereum coming soon). Over 250,000 nodes have been created by people using this peer-to-peer network since the release of version 2.0 and tens of thousands of listings have been put up for sale from crypto tokens to original paintings by popular artists to business services. OB1 expects Haven to rapidly bring even more users onto the network who are eager to shop, chat and send cryptocurrencies privately from their mobile phones.”