NeaTeam is means of paying, being emitted in the form of Paymer with the Obligation agent.

The name NeaTeam derives from Neat and Team.

The objective of this new money system launch is seignorage or emissive revenue.



About NeaTeam


What is NeaTeam?


NeaTeam is means of paying, being emitted in the form of Paymer with the Obligation agent.
The name NeaTeam derives from Neat and Team.
There are plenty circulating media in the world: currencies, shares, bonds, electronic money systems, etc.
From time to time, new ways of paying and new means of payment are conceived, develop and.. occasionally disappear.
This website describes one of many alternative systems of paying that has been originated with the help of WebMoney and Paymer.

The project's objective


The objective of any new money system launch is seignorage or emissive revenue.
The NeaTeam's objective is the same.
The initiators of this payment system assume that, in order to gain and enjoy wide popularity, it has to obtain a go, an appeal, a zest within itself, concurrently possessing immutable and customary money qualities. If a new money and payment system doesn't have a tzimes that may highlight it in the realm of similar ones, it'll have to take a long and hard way to developing, hors concours being in the least to keep in mind.
The NeaTeam system has several pushing forward moments. Here they are:
  • Neateam payment system is secured by liabilities and commitments to make available goods or services not by a single business, but many; and any newcomer-business in the system is hailed at that. Practically, it means that the more various commitments and liabilities the more businesses are ready to secure, the BROADER neateams spread and gain strength as vouchers from businesses;
  • A neateam unit is a Paymer (Payment order), i. e. transactions in neateams don't imply COMMISSIONS as in any other bank or electronic money transfer, neateams change hands as usual cash;
  • A neateam, as a Paymer that is cheque may freely leave the virtual world (the Internet) and come back.





 















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