I have been reading into the discussions around providing equity for proposals to increase the ROI for Dash. While this may not work for all proposals it may work for some. As far as I know Nate from Dashop.io was discussing offering equity with the Core team so I asked if there was any problem and it looks like the Dash trust is not setup to hold investments and a solution wouldn't come until later this year. In the meantime has anyone explored the idea of Revenue Based Loans? It's perfectly legal, and could easily be adapted to any proposal. I will be using my proposal as an example, I would be interested in offering this + the advertising terms listed on my proposal. Loan Amount Proposal Amount Repayment Terms 25% of profit generated by the service will be paid to the Dash treasury until a total of 1.5x - 2x the proposal amount is paid back. What Happens If I Default In other words if the site fails, dies, or closes down before I can repay the "loan" in it's entirety I will be forced to open source the code for the service as a part of this agreement. I have read the different views of multiple users regarding the individuals who should receive the repayment ( MN's vs Treasury ) I listed the treasury because it would make the most sense. The only part of this I am wondering about is the "how". Is there a public wallet assigned to the treasury funds? If so that is how the repayment could be tracked, the wallet assigned to receive the funds from the proposal could be the exact same wallet that is tied to the repayment terms to make all of this possible. Thoughts?