Continuing the discussion from Reviewing DeltaSync’s construction estimates on the simple square Concrete Caissons:
The way I imagine it would be a partnership of individuals collaborating on several levels of input (intellectual, financial, actual work, etc.) in order to achieve a common business goal.
would there be a minimum entrance contribution ?
I don’t know, this is KDarian’s idea. It seems to be in the “we’re talking about it” stage.
A place would be needed to build and experiment.
Anyone has a stilt house?
Else, I might just have get a big sailboat and moore it for free in Gulfport, Florida.
I have a house in Florida on the Gulf but have it rented for another year.
Florida is nice. The Gulf side is nice too. Do you want to tell where this house is?
Up in Hudson. North of St. Petersburg.
The gulf side would be great for testing seasteads because the depth is about 40 feet going out about 30 miles.
Here is a bit more about the concept of cooperative collaboration.
Definitely a concept that could be applied towards seasteading
Hudson is nice. I live in Hudson, Fl. Is this your house, I am renting?
Veronica Drive on Sea Ranch Road.
Cool, small world. My house is on Seaview Blvd just to the north. Sea Ranch is a good area though, great for boating.
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I still think that the Co-op business model is the way to go for a small seasteading venture.
Not only because of it’s obvious economic advantages (certain taxation exempts if in US, etc.) but also the fact that co-ops are functioning as “direct democracy sociopolitical entities” within their economic structure.
You’re welcome to edit the Wiki for more completeness if you have additional Co-op info or comments.