What is a market?
Consider a living, creative, organic market.
We see it in our neighborhoods.
kids sell lemonade and cookies; families sell their used property; local farmers sell their foods; arts and crafts made-at-home useful things; local musical artists entertain us…
We also find it on the internet with peer to peer (P2P) trades and exchanges.
They both are creative and available to all…
Central bankers, regulators, and governments are threatening them and labeling them as Black Markets .
Contrast that to the corporate controlled and government regulated exchanges that disguise themselves as “markets”.
The financial industry now have added massive computer algorithms that make bids and transactions with few human interactions.
The exchanges has limits and restrictions to entry.
Those barriers and regulators protect the money masters and their interests.