The essence of the sharing economy–the integration of offline idle goods or service providers, allowing them to offer products or services at a lower price. For the supplier, a certain amount of money is obtained by transferring the right to use or providing services for a specific time; for the demand side, it does not directly own the ownership of the item, but is shared by renting, borrowing, etc.


The development of the sharing economy–the process of de-intermediation and re-intermediation. De-intermediation: The emergence of the sharing economy breaks the dependence of workers on business organizations. They can provide services or products directly to end users. Re-intermediation: Although individual service providers are separated from commercial organizations, they need to contact the demand side more broadly. They access the Internet’s shared economic platform.

Compared to the Uber and Airbnb in the European market, the sharing economy in the Chinese market is not so real. From O2O to the sharing economy, it seems that all the emerging models in the dangerous Chinese market are inseparable from spending money. The obsession with “tangible assets” has become an invisible lock that restricts China’s shared economy. In the Chinese market, the boom in the sharing economy began with “intangible goods.”


The sharing economy will activate the financial industry. The sharing of “money” can promote the flow of social wealth, improve the recycling efficiency of social wealth, expand people’s consumption needs, and satisfy the interests of more people. Under this premise, professional licensees what providing financial services need to transform into an Internet-based information delivery platform. It is to eliminate the lengthy intermediary between the fund provider and the demand side, so that the two parties can trade most directly.


The sharing economy will become the most important force in the social service industry. In the areas of accommodation, transportation, education services, and life services and tourism, excellent sharing economy companies are constantly emerging: from pet fostering sharing, parking space sharing to expert sharing, community service sharing and tour guide sharing, and even mobile Internet access. The new model emerges in an endless stream, integrating offline resources at the supply end, and continuously providing users with a better experience on the demand side.

The shared WiFi representative- Tiger WiFi, the shared travel representative UBER, etc,. On March 9, 2013, the Economist magazine described the ‘‘sharing economy’’ scenario for the first time in its cover article, and the model of sharing the economy has deeply influenced people’s ideas and lives.

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