We would like to introduce our first project to the Chamber of Commerce - Liberbeer.
Liberbeer was founded in 2016 by brewer Jaroslav Falta as a brand for the 600,000 Liberland community. There is a future contract in place on merging with Krusohor Brewery, backed by hard assets valued at 1m€ and annual profit 150k€+.
Crafted to perfection, Liberbeer is made with selected flower cones of hops, and water coming from Rudna Gora of the Czech-German border. Liberbeer is unfiltered, unpasteurized and contains no artificial additives blending the best traditions of Czech brewers with the global trend of craft beer.
Inspired by Brewdog story, Jaroslav with support of Liberland established a vision for a global network of small breweries with local distribution. With interest in the new trends of digitalize assets being used with blockchain technology, Krushoho brewery is interested in creating a token that would be used as a company asset. Not only does this give opportunities for the Liberland community to become stakeholders, but also could benefit their buying customers. The main portion of fund allocation would go to the acquisition of 51% in Krusnohor and expansion both of production capacities and for token’s infrastructure (beer consumers and distributors rewarded by tokens for each beer)
In this task, we want to dive into a tokenenomic model that would work well for a network of breweries. Assets could be a profit share, revenue share, loyalty or even a utility. This topic is, however, a bit tricky due to regulatory restrictions on these types of tokens (STO).
Here are our questions:
What type of asset should be used?
What type of business model do you see? In other words, what would stakeholders do in order to earn this asset?
Shall each batch of beer (1000 liters) or project as a whole be tokenized? How to distribute the tokens? What distribution model would you find most efficient?
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