Happy Sunday everyone!
Our organization is working on creating a decentralized social dynamic that financially incentivize its actors to allow anyone, anywhere to have access to the required knowledge, coaching and financing to run a profitable farming business, focusing on emerging and third world markets.
We are starting with greenhouse farming in Latin America, since this farming business model can be replicated in many countries without changing many parameters.
The utopian vision we are walking toward is one where people can propose a farming business model, it gets audited by the organization and then teached to other operators of the organization all around the world.
The scaling solution is that once an operator is successful, he can also become a business coach and teach the business model he operates to other operators around the world or in his country and earn a fraction of what they produce.
The organization owns the lands and infrastructures.
We want to either use a DeFi protocol like goldfinch.finance to finance our farms, or make our own and offer a yield in exchange of capital.
Right now, we are at a very early stage. We are designing the first version of the decentralized governance system and are thinking of how it might evolve in the future.
Honestly, we would love to have your ideas on how we could make the first version of the governance system.
We know that in the future, every farm of the organization might have its own governance system, within the larger DAO.
Long term list of actors might look like this:
-Land and construction auditors
We think of allowing individuals selected by the organization to be actors to hold weight in the governing system, but don’t want the power to be transferable or sellable on the market. Also, we want them to be able to interact in the same DAO votes than the token holders that bought on the free market.
This project is all about creating as much positive value in the world as possible.
We surely want to push for environmentally sustainable and financially competitive agriculture business models.
Here’s my contact if you have ideas/questions or want to know more about it: