Boson Protocol is becoming the decentralized exchange protocol for anyThing.
In the distant past, there was the physical world and that was it. If you wanted to buy something, you walked or drove to a shop. If you wanted to speak to someone, you arranged to meet them in real life. News came from a newspaper printed on pages that you could turn, and money was metal coins or paper notes that were exchanged in person.
Somewhere in between, radio, television and the internet happened. We could communicate virtually. Web 2.0 and banks’ adoption of card technologies meant that we could shop online and communicate without being face to face. Game worlds began to emerge where we could be whomever we choose and we could buy digital artefacts using currencies that were created and intermediated by banks and gaming companies.