Service econosystem

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A service econosystem is an economic organization utilizing financial incentives to optimize the delivery of a service provided in an economic exchange.

The nature of the financial incentives within the service econosystem can be highly complex. In corporate organizations, service econosystems often include equity ownership and stock options.

Information currency is under development to create financial incentives based on information. In this way service econosystems can be implemented using incentives based on information about the services provided, and enable the aggregation of information in market signals that continually reflect the state of market needs.

A wide variety of services can be managed through service econosystems. Traffic insurance can be implemented in part by making each driver a participant in a safe driver service econosystem.