Digital barter community continues to champion small businesses by providing lines of credit, creating connections with others in network
As the vaccinations continue to roll out across the world, we are starting to see glimpses of normalcy. Some things like seeing family and friends will fall right back into place and others that “don’t fit neatly into the proverbial box” such as going to concerts or movie theatres will need some finessing. One thing that will take a while to unpack is if the value of the barter trade system in purchasing and procurement of certain goods and services is here to regularly compete against traditional monetary systems.
Reflecting on our principles, we take a look back at the history of barter to answer the “Why?” the bartering network will sustain even a global pandemic.
Since DeLuxe Bar & Grill opened its doors almost seven decades ago, its ambiance has transported patrons back to a simpler time where you pick up a friendly conversation with a stranger faster than you can pick up that mini-computer in your pocket. Yet, as a reflection of the neighborhood it serves, DeLuxe continues to progress to meet the needs of the locals.