It is a bit of waste of time also, to be fair. But here’s a great example of where a user hits the nail on the head. https://www.quora.com/Im-1-co-founder-out-of-3-I-came-up-with-the-original-idea-but-cant-commit-more-than-5-hours-week-as-I-have-a-full-time-job-However-I-have-30-years-of-experience-and-an-extensive-network-that-will-advance-the-company-tremendously-I-think-that-with-that-we-should-all-have-the-same-equity-Do-you-agree I'm 1 co-founder out of 3. I came up with the original idea but can't commit more than 5 hours/week as I have a full-time job. However, I have 30 years of experience and an extensive network that will advance the company tremendously. I think that with that we should all have the same equity. Do you agree? This guy Eric – gives a great example of how to divvy up the equity on a company based on Market Value of the work that you are doing. Love it!
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I had to vent to this guy. And it feels good. From: [snip]@omeara.co.uk To: [snip]@[snip]namesales.com Subject: RE: [snip].com Date: Tue, 3 Nov 2015 12:49:07 +0000 Hi [snip], No. Look.. I'll be honest with you. I´m an entrepreneur and programmer. For years I've been setting up web businesses and have always been frustrated by "domainers" who I see as nothing but carpetbaggers, adding no value whatsoever to my ventures. Whilst I have bought domains with traffic, I very rarely buy a "this domain is for sale"-domain. I cannot tell you how over-the-moon I am about the new TLDs and never again shall I been beholden to someone trying to squeeze a sizable sum out of me for nothing. Fairey is my wife's maiden name that she still uses professionally. So I'd buy it as a gift for her, but nothing else. That puts a sizeable cap on the amount of cash I'd be prepared to spend. I recall from our previous engagements that the "owners" of th