uberizing

uberizing

Making a transportation or delivery business follow in the footsteps of Uber, which means contracting with drivers who have their own cars rather than hiring employees to drive company-owned vehicles. See Uber and Lyft.
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It really does look like Uberizing almost everything."
Along comes blockchain technology, and suddenly the potential for "uberizing Uber" appears, that is the possibilty of foresaking the standard centralized transactional model for a distributed one, where the trust provided by a central third-party would be replaced by the safety of a distributed protocol running over a P2P network.