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Moneyless Business Plans
Make good agreements on returns on investment to projects, and get companies contribute in assets.
So, you don't have money, but want to realize that great idea. You need
some parts, machines, human labor, and you know that company X has
plenty of those parts, and company Y has got machines, and company
has people, that it could spare for the project, if the returns on
plausible, at least in form of marketable products, that they could
So, you pick the phone, and ... no.
So, you draft a good agreement, that derives the returns on investment
based on the list of contributions made, and relative market prices
(including your own work) of the
contributions at the time of contribution. Everyone realizes that's a fair
game, where they don't have much to lose, but a lot to gain if you're
successful. So they jump in on your
Aha. Just to make sure, you record everything all those contributions on
block-chain. Once production starts, all contributors become
and starts getting the products created or share in them, with which
they can do
whatever they want. To get them interested, you give estimates of
quality, quantity and schedule of items to be produced.
-=== To elaborate on what those "good" agreements are like. ===-
more than 7000 startup accelerators
[theircompetitor, Oct 31 2019]
||Collaboration like this is great in principle, but
unfortunately people are greedy, and some-one (probably an
accountant or manager) will want more of the pie than you
are prepared to offer.
//Who owns the IP ?//
Negotiate, I guess...
||//if the returns on investment were plausible//
||How do you quantify this?
||Hmm... blockchain as a contract enforcement
mechanism... I see some potential here.
||Some recursive potiential.
||I keep reading this as "monkeyless".