I'm starting a home food network, where you cook from home for your neighbors, www.deylandra.net
I've been handing out flyers in Sacramento this past week to promote it.
On the forums, people don't want to invest in ICOs anymore after last years collapse, so that avenue to raise funds seems to be fairly difficult.
Handing out flyers, there is definitely resistance to trying something so radially new.
I was thinking about changing my strategy and targeting San Francisco specifically.
I would offer a free $10 in Deylandra crypto currency on my flyers. A person could collect it by going online and submitting a photo of themselves in front of any San Francisco street sign. This would ensure that the person is at least somewhat motivated to collect it, and is a San Francisco resident.
I would then offer $50 to $100 to become a home chef, I would include my phone number on the flyer, and offer to train chefs for free.
If I could signup 10-20 home chefs, and have hundreds of potential customers looking to spend their free coins, the network could take off.
If the network succeeded in San Francisco, I would have proof of concept, and could likely raise millions to fund the rest of the network. The concentration of Venture Capital and banks in San Francisco is also quite high.
What do you think of my plan? It seems like "getting your first meal free" is a necessary condition for a person to try home cooking from a stranger. My original plan seems to have been flawed for lacking this feature.
It also means that promoting Deylandra on the Internet is too broad of a spectrum right now and that I need to only focus on specific cities.
It also means that everyone on this board should buy some Deylandra crypto currency now, before this plan succeeds, because you'll want to get in early, lol. Hey, can't blame an entrepreneur for trying.