It starts with an idea. The market takes it from there.
Globle takes concepts through six steps to bring them to fruition. For the inventor, all that's needed is the idea, nothing more.
The inventor posts the idea as a new concept on the platform. This includes a high-level pitch of the idea, as well as a more elaborative description which may contain text, images, videos, or documents to help explain the concept.
Once posted, Globle's members provide immediate feedback on the concept through upvotes, downvotes and comments on the idea. Members can also choose to support the project by investing Globle Coin (GBC) as a vote of confidence.
The most popular ideas progress to the election stage, during which any Globle member who feels qualified may submit their candidacy to be the project lead, a position that is then democratically elected by the Globle community.
The project lead defines a plan and roadmap to develop the concept. Hiring positions are opened for other Globle members to participate in realizing the concept, and the project lead picks the members deemed qualified to be part of the team.
A crowdfunding campaign is launched for the project, where Globle members can become investors by purchasing project tokens. These tokens finance the development of the concept and grant the investors governance rights as well as a share of the dividends.
The project is officially launched and the team develops the concept with the funds raised. Project funds are kept in a project wallet, which is fully transparent and viewable to investors, minimizing the risk of ineffective and fraudulent use of funds.
Ideas are submitted by the public, funded by the public, and realized by the public.
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Globle is a real shared economy, owned equally by all its members. Anyone can create an account and become a Globle member, entirely free of charge.
When Globle projects generate profits, a majority of the funds are paid to project contributors, such as inventors, team members and investors. The rest is equally distributed to every Globle member, in the form of a universal basic income (UBI).
Meet the Globle Team
Simon is a Canadian tech entrepreneur and inventor. Born and raised in a suburb of Montreal, Canada, Simon dropped out of pre-university college at the age of 17 to start his first company Neptune, and has built and shipped the world's first standalone smartwatch, the Neptune Pine, raising more than $8 million from private and public investors. Simon is a 2015 Thiel Fellow, having been awarded $100,000 from PayPal co-founder and venture capitalist Peter Thiel, and was named one of the top 30 Quebecers under 30 by Les Affaires in 2014.
Ken is a tech entrepreneur and blockchain expert who has built multiple startups with Steve Mann, who's considered the father of wearable computing, augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR), and high-dynamic range imaging (HDR). He is an alumnus of the Creative Destruction Lab at the Rotman School of Management in Toronto, as well as a visiting entrepreneur at Stanford University. Ken has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) and a Juris Doctor of Law (JD) from the University of Toronto.
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Joshua is one of the world's most cited and respected economists, having authored several notable publications such as The Disruption Dilemma, Information Wants to be Shared, and Parentonomics. Joshua is a Professor of Strategic Management and holder of the Jeffrey S. Skoll Chair of Technical Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto.
Professor Steve Mann, Ph.D., is hailed as one of the most prolific inventors of our time, having founded entire disciplines such as wearable computing, augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR), and high-dynamic range imaging (HDR). He has authored more than 200 publications, books, and patents, and his work and inventions have been shown at the Smithsonian Institute, the National Museum of American History, and MoMA.
Rob is a world-renowned brand strategist and creative designer. He is widely known for having conceived what's thought to be the most recognizable brand mark in modern history, the Apple logo. Rob has worked with top marketing agencies in New York and Chicago, such as Chiat/Day, to create some of the most iconic and remembered print, TV advertising and branding collaterals of the late 20th century.