Several software solutions emerge from the Coseller Protocol. The first is Shoptype, a reference implementation of the Coseller Protocol itself. As a happy side effect, Shoptype also serves as a bridge between the new Web3 universe and the rest of the Internet. We call this “Web2.5”.
Coseller Protocol was first implemented by Shoptype. And Shoptype first started with the existing Internet, aka regular web.
Shoptype currently integrates with all major Web2 platforms and all of the plain old Web(1). This means integrations across the likes of Shopify, WooCommerce, Big Commerce, Stripe, PayPal, Authorize, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and many other platforms/APIs.
Social Market Networks are seamlessly integrated peer-to-peer business networks that work for B2B and B2C transactions. These networks are built on an open developer platform powered by an ecosystem of interconnected APIs:
Retail 3.0 is about experiences across the multiverse, aka truly enabling the AI-powered omniverse, wherever the customer is, perfectly personalized and real-time.
Coseller Protocol delivers on this promise of global community commerce agnostic of products, platforms, and even currencies both fiat and crypto.
Today, despite the fact that Shoptype is an entirely transparent network, it is ultimately centrally managed. We chose this central model to launch the first few networks because it takes a single point of focused leadership to move a new system forward.