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This Idea About A Universal Marketplace Of The Future Can Bury Amazon

Imagine if you can buy anything you see on Instagram, Pinterest or anywhere on the web with just one click.

Scott Belsky, founder of Behance, a photo sharing and promotion startup for artists and visual creatives, says that the visual web should become a universal store:

“Thinking years ahead, what if there is no such thing as a market place. What if, in fact, market place is not a destination but a given. Anywhere you see anything visual, the assumption you will have is that you can buy it online.”

Belsky elaborated on the idea that may make Amazon obsolete in a panel on the visual web at our IGNITION conference this week.

Watch an excerpt from the panel below.

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