I'm one of the people who actually develop this technology, and that is the main difference between TZM and TVP. TZM is about pointing out the shortcomings of society, TVP is about coming up with solutions. I'm not in any way affiliated to TZM.
If you are going to ask about technology development, make sure you ask the right people.
The status: We are building the base API and coming up with ways to automatically feed the software with freely available data.
I look at TVP much like I look at determinism. In a theoretical world were we would have a supercomputer with all the information about every particle in the universe we could probably both predict the future and tell the past. But we don't have this, and we never will, for both technical and theoretical reasons.
Too much of the TVP debate seems to be centered around the technical implementation details. I personally don't think TVP could succeeed before we have reached the technical singularity, which obviously would be quite a game changer. In other words, from the technical aspect, I think the best TVP can hope for is (True A.I.) -> (Technical Singularity) -> (Magic Resource Machine) or something along those lines.
But that's irrelevant, because even having the ability to perfectly allocate resources globally does not mean that everybody has access to everything at all times. Only magic could solve that, which means that at least distribution itself would demand a free market. Imagine that (in TVP-world) I'm taking a walk in the forest, hungry, with a can of soda in my pocket. I meet a fellow comrade who only has a sandwich but is very thirsty. May we voluntarily trade drink for food? That's the free market, right there.
In principle I'd have nothing against TVP, assuming it is introduced as a part of the free market. If you really can create a magic machine that sufficiently fulfills all needs and desires for everyone - peacefully and for free -, then don't let anybody stop you. I'm certain you would soon outcompete every other company on the planet. The only reason to not join this futuristic TVP society would be that something else solves my problems better, right? And if that would happen to be the case, no one would use force against me for solving my issues through voluntary trade with other likeminded people, right? Otherwise TVP would only be another totalitarian, tyrannical system, right?
In the end, it does not matter if we are being beaten up by policemen, soldiers or robots. If you can't take coercion out of the TVP equation then it is not something anyone should strive for.