Digital Equipment demonstrated its micro-payment system for low value payments on the Internet this week. Called Millicent, it is designed for transactions in the pennies and is all part of the industry drive to find a way to make money out of services on the Internet, particularly information provision. The software, written in Java, is free but is being trialed until next April when a full version will be released..
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