Thanks for your reply.
My thought process began with breaking down how one can transact on the XRPL. With XRP, someone can send any amount of money they want. This allows them to set the price of their data to any price they want; One one-hundredth of a cent, one hundred cents, or one hundred dollars. It does not matter. One can break down the market to be viable to the richest and the poorest. Think of DarkMatter like a treasure hunting system. The target market is anyone who uses money. Which is? almost everyone. On top of that the application is allowing for fun and intrigue. Using DarkMatter one could find a thousand things right in-front of them, that they once did not think was there. Curiosity will bring the user-base. In my opinion, that is just the start of it. The users will think of creative ways to use the application.
For example, It would allow someone to “store” a file in an anonymous location. Maybe one has a digital key and wants to place the data for the file at the top of a mountain, the only way someone can go back to get that key is if you hike up to the mountain to retrieve the “buried” data. This may be a higher cost data storage scenario, because they were storing something of value in a low volume location. High volume locations will allow for micro transactions of maybe a few drops for someone to discover some data of say an image of a squirrel they shot at the park that you are at and posted for 50 drops.