Particl network enables users to buy and sell goods without submitting any personal information to the marketplace operator. This makes the system fully private because the only required data is the shipping address. Particl cannot lose your secrets if you never have to tell your secrets to Particl.
Because there is no central entity owning or controlling the Particl protocol, there are no commissions applied on top of sales. This is radically different from existing markets like Amazon where fees for sellers can be as high as 45% of the cost of items. This allows vendors to dramatically increase their revenue, thus opening up the opportunity to reduce their listing prices to beat their competition, increasing their sales volume, while still making more profit for sale. The absence of any third-party from the platform, combined with the various privacy protocols put in place, ensures that absolutely no data or personal information can be collected by any party.
Amazon has had hacking incidents, and these privacy breaches have harmed buyers and sellers. Lack of privacy enables copycats to rip off the innovations and advantages of top sellers. Copycat sellers erode margins and discourage in