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Peer-to-peer describes relationships or structures between relative equals, usually without a direct intermediary.

For example, peer-to-peer lending is direct lending and borrowing between non-financial businesses, contrasted with traditional bank-based lending.

Sometimes written 'peer to peer'.

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