2/ The model presented in the post is really interesting. For a product that a) is a commons of sorts, and b) achieves product market fit, I find that the model makes a ton of sense, except in one really important way— Kyle Samani (@KyleSamani) October 28, 2018
I found the question asked by Kyle Samani (Multicoin Capital) about the CO model really interesting: why would a founder build its company as a Continuous Organization instead of as a private company where he can keep all the wealth for himself?
I think the debate is not really here. Of course, it is much more interesting to have a “traditional” organization in a world where you are the only actor and where you have the possibility to choose one model over the other.
HOWEVER, in a world where you have AirBnb and an identical alternative, and one offers equity and the other does not, you might expect the one with the DAT scheme to get more customers, happier and more loyal to the service.