so I've built a coin designed to decentralize the government, www.deylandra.io. Specifically to strip the 1% of their power by changing the voting mechanism to a system where voters study the candidates for 4 hours before voting, which would reduce the power of advertising and mass media on who get's elected, thus reducing the power of the donor class.
The theory is that a democracy is only as strong as the electorate is informed. Because our electorate is ignorant and apathetic, we have a corrupt democracy. The only way to fix it, is to have an informed electorate. The only way to have an informed electorate, is to require voters to study the candidates and issues in detail before voting. This is done through what's called a "voting spoole."
The foundation for Democracy 2.0 is www.evolution-x.com which is a new religious philosophy that I created. It would allow us to organize and channel political power in a way that cannot be replicated by other political parties and could get around the winner take all design of American politics.
The foundation for Evolution-X is a food network I built at www.deylandra.net which allows people to cook food from home and sell it to their neighbors with crypto currency, It would allow home chefs to undercut restaurants in quality and in price because there's no over head costs. People could be their own boss just like Uber. Because it potentially violates healthcode law, the theory was to use the 1st amendment and religious freedom protection to protect the food network and legalize it in all 50 states.
Since my "soft launch" in April, I've realized that raising money via ICOs is very difficult since the crash of 18. It is believed that I will need "proof of concept" on the food idea first in order to succeed.
Thus, I proceeded with a "soft launch" of my food network in April. The feedback I've received is that 99% of people only care about the type of food, the price, and the quality. Anything about politics, cypto currency, home cooking, etc, is just noise for most regular folks. Perhaps more specifically, is that door to door advertising is expensive and you need a message that really appeals to everyone in order for it to be cost effective.
Thus I've been rebuilding my food network for a new launch that is only focused on the food, the price, and the quality.
Because I'm the only chef on the network for launch, I will be offering 7 different meal options, 7 days a week. One per each day. This way anyone who receives a food flyer will be interested in at least 1 food offering.
Monday: California Burger $5
Tuesday: Mushroom Risotto $5
Wednesday: Japanese Steak Bowls $5
Thursday: Fettuccine Alfredo $5
Friday: Ratatouille $5
Saturday: Honey Walnut Shrimp $5
Sunday: Pork Potstickers for $5
Delivery is free. And if it's your first time ordering, your first meal is free. That's how I intend to get a decent response rate from my door to door flyers. My research from my first soft launch is that everyone loves free food.
How can I afford this you might ask?
The food for each meal costs about $2.50, leaving a profit margin of about $2.50. Delivery is cheap because the houses I'm targeting are within a mile square radius of my house. My goal is to sell about 20 meals a day, for a profit of about $50 a day. Meal preparation, cleanup, and delivery will take about 3 hours, equaling a profit margin of about $16 per hour. It's not fantastic money, but it's competitive with what you would make driving for Uber.
Unlike my first launch, this will be a delivery only service. It protects the chefs from the health department because nobody will know the exact location of the chefs. Smartphone video recording of all meal preparation will ensure safe food preparation, because anyone can see exactly how the food is prepared.
If I can get this model to work in my suburb of Rancho Cordova, then there's no obvious reason why it cannot work nationwide, and be billion dollar in it's potential just like Uber or Lyft.
My research from my first launch is that regular folks are not comfortable using crypto currency. The way around this is to allow cash on delivery, but to add a surcharge for people who want to pay with cash. The surcharge is 20% or $1 per serving. So if you order a meal for $5 and pay with cash instead of crypto currency, it will cost $6. This will increase profit margins and help offset delivery costs.
My assumption is almost all regular folks will pay with cash on delivery until they become regular/long term customers, at which point it will make economic sense to learn crypto currency. If the food network succeeded nationwide, it would have the potential to beat bitcoin in terms of market penetration, because regular folks, women, the elderly, etc, would potentially be using Deylandra crypto, whereas regular folks have no need for bitcoin.
I will be relaunching in about a week. I just have to master cooking Honeywalnut Shrimp.
If I can do this successfully and get proof of concept, I hope that the Stellar Foundation will financially support me. Stellar is paying millions to give away free Lumens on blockchain.com and coinbase.com, and there's no way to ensure these people getting free lumens will continue using Stellar. Introducing regular people to Stellar via a food network would be more economical.