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- Comparing and contrasting micro-payment models for content sharing in P2P networks
- Dai, Xiaoling; Chaudhary, Kaylash; Grundy, John
- Micro-payment systems have the potential to provide non-intrusive, high-volume and low-cost pay-as-you-use services for a wide variety of web-based applications. We proposed a new model, P2P-NetPay, a micro-payment protocol characterized by off-line processing, suitable for peer-to-peer network service charging. P2P micro-payment systems must provide a secure, highly efficient, flexible, usable and reliable environment, the key issues in P2P micro-payment systems development. Therefore, in order to assist in the design of an efficient micro-payment model suitable for P2P networks, we compare and contrast several existing P2P micro-payment models in this paper and outline a new P2P micro-payment scheme we have been developing that addresses the disadvantages in current schemes.
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- Proceedings of the 3rd IEEE International Conference on Signal Image Technologies and Internet Based Systems (SITIS'07), Jiangong Jinjiang, Shanghai, 16-19 December 2007, pp. 347-354
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- Client server computer systems; Content sharing; Current schemes; Distributed computer systems; Highly efficient; Internet; Internet protocols; Line processing; New models; P2p networks; Payment protocols; Payment systems; Peer-to-peer networks; Web-based applications
- 9780769531229, 0769531229
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