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would you use this product?

yuriguernsey profile image Yuri Alves ・1 min read

Do you need some investment but your product isn't big enough yet? Or are you looking to invest into a startup for a small price? Well, SeedStart is an upcoming product, that lets founders sell small shares of their product and any income the product gets, a percentage of those profits goes to the investors.

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Roman Mikhailov

Yes, assuming you can figure out the legal part of the shared ownership.

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Roman Mikhailov

To elaborate... This is a great idea. There're a lot of micro businesses, part time entrepreneurs who would benefit from such platform to generate capital to build and develop their products/services. However, how do I, as investor, get to protect my investment? If the business decides not to pay up later on, it might not be economically feasible for me to go after it through legal channels. If the platform can help to keep both sides honest, this would be a very interesting product.

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Yuri Alves Author

Great. Yeah I’m going to work with a few lawyers to protect the investors and the companies as much as possible

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Roman Mikhailov

Best of luck and keep us posted. Most Entrepreneurship is about do your thing at night/weekends and when ready, quit your job, raise capital from investors (or friends/family). It seems there could be something in between too. Sounds like this is what you're aiming at here.