Let me pitch you a setting:
The year is 2018 and a start up company that goes by the name of "PlebTech" has released several FUNCTIONING Fetch Modi/Sylladexes to the market.
What it is: A Sylladex is an inventory system used within Homestuck, A Sylladex is essentially a deck of specially designed cards that can store objects within a pocket dimension that can be retrieved by pressing on a button on the card. Whilst a Fetch Modi is how one retrieves cards from the Sylladex
(Think of the Sylladex as a Deck Case and the Fetch Modi as means of individually retrieving cards from the the Deck Case)
Limitations: Despite trying to emulate the Sylladex/ Fetch Modi system as much as possible PlebTech ran into a few problems while building the device(s), The most prominent of these being that each deck can only store 35 cards and if someone "Captchalogue's" something while their deck is full then one random item shall be ejected (which can lead to severe injuries depending on the size and speed of the object after it's ejection).
Types of Fetch Modi (Currently) Available on the Market: Wallet Modus, Tree Modus, Stack Modus, Array Modus, and Hash Map Modus
Cost: 10 card booster pack= \$7.46, One Fetch Modi= \$65.32, Complete Deck of 35 cards= \$261 (Note: One does not need a Fetch Modi in order to use Captchacards, it just makes the retrieval of cards quicker and more convienent for the user
Limitations Part 2: if the object you are attempting to eject is bigger than the room/area you a currently in then the object will fail to eject and you hear an rather irritating BEEP sound.
Now unto to my question: How does this affect the economy AND the storages of goods as we know it?
Note: Please refer to this link: http://mspaintadventures.wikia.com/wiki/Sylladex
Note: If perishable food is stored within a Captchacard it shall not rot
Note: houses, skyscrapers, humans, and anything connected to the ground cannot be captchalouged (apples, birds, and antimatter can be captchalogued alongside everything else)
How does this affect the economy AND the storages of goods as we know it?