High Space 2nd Edition
does a bit with this.
The setting is said to be post-scarcity for common gear, up to and including weapons and vehicles. A character can just request what he wants, with more dangerous items allocated according to the individual's demonstrated experience and value to society. Eclipse Phase
and others go more into acquiring goods and services by reputation.
Certain transactions instead use CPU-bits or C-bits, based on computing resources of the core worlds super-AIs, a little like bitcoin without the current element of conspicuous consumption. Since the element astatine, needed for starship FTL, must be purchased with C-bits (a simplification comes to mind, though it would break certain continuities in the setting as written) "hard C-bit" coins contain traces of astatine. Characters can acquire C-bits by public service, selling unknown technology, mercenary work (a major market for hard C-bits) or by loans, which are an illegal industry.
edit: The setting looks like mostly PL 7, with some different or missing technologies but generally not significantly more advanced, with some PL 8 elements (wormgates and Minds, the aforementioned AIs) on the core worlds. I might mention elsewhere some other interesting similarities and differences to Star*Drive. This post has been edited by uncle_jimbo on Mar 21 2018, 02:50