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  • Appaloosa
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    “Access is built on trust, and trust is built on transparency. When you remove anonymity, it brings out the best in people,” Brian Chesky, chief executive of Airbnb, said in 2013. “We believe anonymity has no place in the future of Airbnb or the sharing economy.”

    I agree with this completely. I use Airbnb and they basically do a quasi background check on you. They want to know who you are. You also get to rate the host and they in turn get to rate you.

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