Let us introduce you to the concept of the Crowdshare. As you know, businesses on our app will be sharing a % of revenue, thus we look to add a token called the Crowdshare come summer 2018. You can also earn this the same way you are earning the Yupie. An example calculation would be 1% of revenue = 1 million Crowdshares. This can be future revenue (for businesses who haven’t generated revenue yet) or current revenue generating businesses. The idea is that the business can place the amount of time the Crowdshare is valid (for example 3 years when revenue starts being generated) and you would earn whether monthly, quarterly, half year or yearly (chosen by the business) their revenue in Yupies as dividends from holding Crowdshares of different companies.
On average, 10% of revenue from a company is spent on ads. We at Crowdholding think the ad model is becoming broken with the CTR lower then 0.1% and us users actively using adblockers. It seems a no brainer to skip spending money on ads and give it directly to the customer to co-create with the business.
Give us your thoughts and ideas that spurs from the Crowdshare logic of revenue sharing. Does it look rewarding to you? Do you see faults? How can we make the best model work? We look forward to your feedback and ideas!
UPDATE EXPLAINATION THANKS TO COMMENTS:
Sorry for the confusion. Yupie is the currency on our app. We are looking to introduce the crowdshare after the bounty period this summer. Startups will be sharing revenue (paid in Yupies). However, in order to know who owns what revenue from each startup, you begin earning a security token called crowdshares. Owning this crowdshare is worth dividends paid in Yupies. Think of it as a share of revenue you own where you will be consistently being paid in yupies by owning this asset. Eventually bounty ends around the summer (6% of our Yupies), and to replace and keep the Yupie movement on going you will earn crowdshares which is royalties of our businesses. So you will be earning a % of this revenue (crowdshare). A year ago, before getting involved in the crypto scene, we were planing just the crowdshare and people would use fiat on our app. But now crypto opens the doors to make our market place dencentralized. Revenue sharing begins in July, thus we are looking on the best way for businesses to distribute their revenue to all of you. We want to be as transparent as possible and be open with telling you about internal strategies. Your answers will help shape us for the best possible revenue sharing product come July. Will definitely be following up with future discussion regarding this.