The Foundation for Economic Education (FEE), a popular free-market think tank, announced on Facebook that it has set-up an OpenBazaar extension to its traditional online store.
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On June 6, 2016, the official facebook page of the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) posted about their OpenBazaar store, saying “This is technology that puts the power of retail in the hands of every living human being, with no intermediary. Awesome.”
At press time, FEE’s store has gained nearly 50 followers and has grossed about 0.04224 in BTC sales. This is a meager start to say the least, but isn’t so bad considering that the top grossing stores on OpenBazaar have grossed just a little over 1 BTC thus far.
Other OpenBazaar-related statistics can be found through the OpenBazaar search engine, BazaarBay.
Customers shop at FEE’s OpenBazaar store by downloading the OpenBazaar client and searching @feestore. Its listings, so far, include some of the more popular material that can be found at FEE’s more traditional online store.
Being mainly an educational resource, FEE’s store comprises mostly of books and FEE apparel — including classic reads such as Leonard E Read’s I, Pencil