MEWTEN a Sustainable and Environmental Conscious Life Style [Cancelled?]

A session at SXSW Interactive 2011

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Mewten is the new exchange platform that pose a barter in which it is not necessary that two characters (A and B) have the same needs, because the system searches, canalizes and interlaces data to get the best candidates to complete an exchange. It creates a circuit or chain between two or more people where they can satisfy their needs by exchanging what they have for what they need.
Thus, you being the character A, you can give what is not useful for you to someone who needs it, we are going to call him character B, and it does not matter that he does not have what you need because character B will give what he does not need to the person who have what you need, in this case character C, this last character will give you character A what you need. We call to this process ABC factor; it is a chain system that can have the size the user decides.
Mewten makes easy the contact between enterprises or people through the chain that the program finds in the data without the excusive need of money, we hope to contribute to create a new culture of sustainability. It will make the production to stop being finite linear to become a production in continues spiral .This new conscience would generate an economy of time and energy all around the world. By doing this we will contribute in a small part to the fight against natural disasters created by global warming and the accumulation of garbage in our planet.

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Andrés Eduardo Rodríguez Suazo

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