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July 30, 2017, 10:21:04 PM
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The suggested name is Financial Freedom Federation, fff.international - it will be here.
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November 07, 2017, 02:10:06 AM
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Hi,

I'm a noob, so my apologies if I'm blasting the whole board in this reply but I would be grateful to hear more thoughts on this topic-- especially from the experienced developers here.

This concept is fascinating, and from the perspective of global capital flows it may almost be inevitable if a DAO-like structure is developed to harvest capital alongside votes (one might argue, economically, the two are interchangeable).

I'm a venture/HF activist investor in the United States and I filed US Provisional Patent App #62-532155 on uspto.gov. It's an effort to identify soft-money capital flows that drive the bidding for assets that are sold (or, as we call it, "elected") in US elections. I'm also building MinutemanCapital.com in parallel to develop a proof-of-concept for the upcoming Ohio elections.

Why Ohio? For those outside the U.S., Ohio has determined the winner in all but two U.S. Presidential elections since 1896. It is a cross-section of America that is uniquely representative of the voting population. It offers the perfect proof-of-concept stage to create an ICO for a political party-- or more exactly, the soft-money capital that controls the bidding for these assets. Please forgive me if that sounds overly cynical, but I watched a lot of friends die on the front lines in Iraq due to the economics in Washington DC so what can I say-- I hold a bit of a grudge.

If this can be structured properly to guarantee the integrity of the asset class, I'd be willing to underwrite substantial sums from my personal holdings to get this up and running. If you are a developer and have any interest in work-for-hire or this topic in general I'd love to talk further. Oh, and please forgive the awkwardness of my first few website posts on building a "Fat Cat Catapult". The first $2,000 worth of lumber for it just arrived at my house, and I can't wait to launch some "Fat Cats" into Lake Erie.

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January 23, 2018, 10:24:16 PM
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I would support an ICO that was a Political Action Committee dedicated to supporting & encouraging the use of decentralized FinTech and Cryptocurrencies. 

A PAC that lobbies the people in power to limit any legal action that restricts free and open trade with regard to Cryptocurrencies. 

But, I am a believer in Objectivism.  I would NOT fund/support your political party; which just sounds like another spin of socialism.



you definitely should add:

"- portrait of Marx in every room of every public building" and you're good to go.
LOL LOL  Exactly.
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