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Grabafruit - Social bartering

Grabafruit offers the user 3 main features, it's allows you to barter self grown produce with people around you, finding publicly available produce...

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IMS Barter Mobile (beta)

IMS Barter Mobile Apple App - for IMS members International Monetary Systems, also known as IMS Barter, is America's largest independent barter...

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iBarter

Have I a loft full of stuff? Don't I know where to put my books? Want I get rid the chair of my mother-in-law? Well, I get rid of everything that I...

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Barter Network LTD Mobile

Barter Network LTD Mobile App - for BNL membersThis mobile app is for all on-the-go activities of BNL members.As the largest barter company in...

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Canadian Barter System

Canadian Barter System Mobile AppCanadian Barter System is happy to announce the launch of our new IPhone app! Now you can instantly stay up to...

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Trade Studio for The Barter Company

Trade Studio for the iPhone is the ultimate tool for accessing your barter account on the go. For the first time you can now manage your...

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BarterCalcLite

BarterCalc: The Calculator Those Government Fatcats Don't Want You Knowing About!Yes, you read that right, because this little calculator is a...

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Trade Studio for Barter Depot

The Barter Depot for the iPhone is the ultimate tool for accessing your barter account on the go. For the first time you can now manage your...

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College Book Barter

Earn After You Learn on College Books

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Trade Studio for IBE Barter

Trade Studio for the iPhone is the ultimate tool for accessing your IBE barter account on the go. For the first time you can now manage your...

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Your data is the cloud's best bartering tool

Open source gives users control of the cloud, which is precisely why cloud vendors will never go there.

By January 14, 2009

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First iPhone 4 buyers already camping out in SF

The first two people in line at the Apple Store in downtown San Francisco are bartering their spots for cash and a new iPhone 4.

By June 22, 2010

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Green-tech news harvest: barter economy thrives online, solar stocks in slump

Networking sites expand for exchanging goods; courts tie coal power to carbon emissions; more bad news for bees; SUVs prices plunge; new biodiesel standards.

By July 2, 2008

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Short Take: BarterItOnline.com opens for business trades

BarterItOnline.com launched, joining a growing crowd of sites that let businesses trade goods with other businesses. Targeting small and medium-sized firms, the new site follows predecessors in offering a site-specific currency, this one dubbed 'E-dollars,' for assigning value to traded goods. BarterItOnline is privately held and based in Boston, Mass.

By March 28, 2000

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Consumer sites adopt barter model

A new crop of start-ups and their heavyweight financial backers are betting that the next wave in consumer e-commerce will have people trading their belongings without cash.

By January 20, 2000

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BigVine bartering site launches

A stealth barter start-up trades in its secrecy for a launch with high-profile partner American Express.

By January 18, 2000

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Barter site provides alternative to returning gifts

Intellibarter is one of a growing number of Net barter sites that let users trade goods without any cash changing hands.

By December 26, 1999

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Short Take: Clinton signs NET Act

President Clinton signed Rep. Bob Goodlatte's (R-Virginia) No Electronic Theft Act, according to Bloomberg Online News. Under the new law, parties could be found guilty of online piracy even if they never profit from sharing, bartering, or exchanging unauthorized copies of software, music, or literature over the Net. The so-called NET Act makes it a federal crime if the value of the pirated material is $2,500 or more.

December 16, 1997