As of today, April 3rd, I'm offering a new token on Stellar called Deylandra. This is a “soft launch” as I'm trying to get feedback from a smaller audience before proceeding to a larger audience. This is my first posting about it.
Deylandra allows people to cook food from home and sell it to their neighbors using crypto currency.
Cooking from home has no overhead costs, allowing the home cook to offer lower prices and higher quality food than local restaurants. Smartphone technology ensures that it's safer than a restaurant also, because the entire meal preparation is recorded on video to ensure compliance with food safety rules.
Anyone can turn their smartphone into a camera necklace with a rubber band and a pair of chopsticks. Simply record the meal preparation, buy the ingredients same or prior day, and follow a simple set of rules, and you can become a home chef. To get customers, simply hand out flyers door to door around your neighborhood, talk to your neighbors and tell them you cook every Wednesday at 6pm (pick a set day and time every week) and finally, hand out free samples to your neighbors so they can try your cooking. If they like it, they might order. There's a little bit of a learning curve for new customers, but if the food is half the price of a restaurant and better quality, they just might give your food a try.
Starting a restaurant usually costs at a minimum $500,000. And most restaurants fail financially and the owner loses their money.
Becoming a home chef on Deylandra's Network costs $0.
We can revolutionize food in America and the world.
Besides food, the coin has many other features as well. It's attached to a virus that's designed to strip the 1% of their political power. Whereas Bitcoin was designed to decentralize the banking industry, Deylandra is designed to decentralize political power. This feature of the coin is a bit more complex.
www.deylandra.com is a free language software program that can help support and spread the Food Network.
Also on the Deylandra Network is www.Snoops.io, a non-profit Product Search Engine, designed to redirect billions of dollars from Google shareholders to users.
www.Tubble.io is a non-profit version of YouTube, designed to redirect YouTube ad money from shareholders to users.
www.Myorbit.io is a non-profit version of Facebook, where users receive the profits from ads/personal data instead of shareholders.
www.Keetos.io is a non-profit version of Ebay/Amazon, allowing merchants to sell products without paying 13% to Ebay or Amazon.
Cloudcity.la is a non-profit version of Airbnb.
Kitt.la is a non-profit version of Uber.
What Craigslist did to the newspaper industry, we're essentially attempting to do to the largest internet firms. The ideological goal is to decentralize the internet again.
While many ICOs talk about solving some pie in the sky idea or problem that is difficult to understand, Deylandra has the potential to solve real world problems on Earth.
1) Reducing the cost of prepared food by 50%.
2) Reducing the isolation and mass depression in our unnatural urban environment.
3) Reforming democracy, healthcare, and education.
4) Redirecting billions of dollars from the shareholders of Google, Facebook, and Amazon to users.
5) Making better language software.
In order to help prevent crypto whales from forming in our ecosystem, the maximum donation allowed is $250 per person. This is not an investment, it's a donation to support the causes stated above. The coins have no value.