I’m founding RemedyCoin.com. It’s a way to sell shares in damages you’ve suffered.
Sounds rather odd, doesn’t it?
Well consider that some philosophers suggest that each of us has infinite intrinsic worth. If that’s so then when we suffer damage to our lives, that aught to be worth something, right?
Take this a step further. Now many have learned that the money systems in play these days are mostly based upon debt. Except crypto currencies like Bitcoin, Etherium, Komodo, CloakCoin, etc… Dollars are based on debt usually. They are “promises to pay” that will likely never be paid.
OK, so we can have our damages appraised, we can put our value on it, write a series of letters to the one who damaged us to get agreement on the claim. Not that we are asking the other party to pay us, just to certify the debt so we can monetize it. We are going to issue a token sale of say one million tokens to represent shares of this debt. We’re issuing our own debt based money. Isn’t this fun?
So I’m working night and day, thinking things through, going to blockchain meetups. Reading books on entrepreneurship, formulating a business plan. I’m getting ready to do an ICO to raise money to build a business around helping others build these claims. Then finding out what hedge funds want out of these sort of investments.
Here’s a claim I will make for maybe $52 million USD – no need to read, it’s depressing.
Now for example back around 2009 I had an unfortunate incident with police in Bakersfield, California. Without any cause they pulled me over in the back alley behind an apartment building at 3 am in the morning. Without having done anything wrong, they started clubbing me 15 times and then I started to defend myself by knocking over one of the officers. That officer after I followed the other’s instruction to lay on my belly with arms on my sides, came by and stomped on my head/neck with his boot three times with intent to kill me. Richard Davis Jr. was the officer’s name.
So anyway, I’m convinced that people will find that these incidents are worthy of being certified, and becoming vessels of value. What vessels of value does a bank use to hold money inside?
So I’m looking for investors, co-founders, people who will take on the responsibility of being witnesses of the correspondence – a key part to certifying agreement when a party ignores multiple attempts to address the matter through the mail.
So this is a new take on money as debt and it’s for the people’s benefit and for the benefit of investors who want options for diversification.
And added benefit of putting money into a vessel such as this is that it brings peace and remedy to otherwise seemingly impossible damages to recover from.
Wish me luck and do it often. I have a long, long way to go on this project and I need people to cross my path and assist me.
Regards, and Peace Profound.
Founder, RemedyCoin.com (an NGO)