The "Micropayments" Pillar is an organization of thought of the Libranican Project.   The Libranican Project is designed by the Dark Street Organization to organize information sources in the cryptocurrency world around specific subjects so that information, opinions, media, and arguments can be found quickly in silos of information called Pillars.

This Pillar focuses on sources that explains what Micropayments are:

Quick Facts:

Definition of Micropayments from Wikipedia:
A micropayment is a financial transaction involving a very small sum of money and usually one that occurs online. A number of micropayment systems were proposed and developed in the mid-to-late 1990s, all of which were ultimately unsuccessful.

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Essays / White Papers:

Micropayments and Mental Transaction Costs 
May 1999 szabo.best.vwh.net (Web Archive)
By Nick Szabo

Micropayments for peer-to-peer currencies
Rafael Pass, Abhi Shelat
2015, CCShttps://iohk.io/research/library/#XPMXIZ33

Micropayments for Decentralized Currencies
Rafael Pass, Abhi Shelat
2016, EPrint Archivehttps://iohk.io/research/library/#XPMXIZ33

Proof-of-Work as Anonymous Micropayment: Rewarding a Tor Relay
Alex Biryukov, Ivan Pustogarov, Rainer Böhme, Tatsuaki Okamoto
2015, Financial Cryptography

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Micropayments on Wikipedia:


What are micropyaments:

The Tipping Point -
Could Micropayments Take Digital Currencies Mainstream?

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