Marketcore's patents provide various important market-based incentives designed to make markets more competitive and efficient.
By increasing competition and efficiency, Marketcore's inventions set the stage for greater disclosures -- disclosures that are demanded by market participants rather than mandated by law-makers.
Marketcore's patented methods provide a possible solution to an elusive problem, one that legislation and regulation has failed to fix, and that has had dramatic consequences for financial markets around the world.
The problem is not that markets in general are bad, it is that they are lacking key elements of competition that will drive them to function properly.
By providing incentives to increase volumes of transactions at an exchange, Marketcore's inventions attempt to provide the spark that is needed to ignite robust exchanges where market participants will need to make their offerings as competitive as possible.
This approach includes providing disclosures to eliminate avoidable risks for their counter-parties.
Marketcore's incentives, if implemented, could help draw information-hoarding companies out of the shadows and into the open air of well-lit public exchanges where they eventually will opt, under market pressure, to share information to remain competitive.
This critical mass of transactions is the "core" that markets need.