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$Force will disrupt centralized e-lancing platforms like Fiverr, Upwork and Amazon mechanical
turk. These platforms complete billions of dollars of work annually and in some cases impose
unfair rules for those doing the work. By removing the middleman we propose ​a system that is
fair​ ​to​ ​the​ ​freelancer​ ​and​ ​more​ ​efficient​ ​for​ ​the​ ​requester.
$Force ​incentivised ​collective intelligence creates a mastermind that completes work in a
way where the community generates common benefit. Following dynamics similar to those used
by open source development teams, a decentralized workforce is able to efficiently complete
work.

2.​ ​Value​ ​on​ ​$force​ ​token
Value on $force token is generated from the work that the $Force holders cooperate to
successfully complete. The only way to obtain $force is be proving work/energy in exchange for
it. Is important that the number of $Force holders be as vast as possible. The more people that
hold the token, the more work that can be completed, the more value it generates. As result of
this, $force token was created on the Bitcoin blockchain and ​also on the Ethereum/etc
blockchain. There is need for an independent token as otherwise there is no way to localize the
value generated among those willing to complete work. Creating an independent blockchain will
result​ ​in​ ​a​ ​smaller​ ​group​ ​and​ ​wasted​ ​of​ ​resources.
$Force, like Bitcoin, is a valid form of store of value. Holders can use it for payment and in
exchange for goods and services, or exchange it for other crypto currencies. ​$Force members
receive back their contribution of labour as an increase of value of the $force token they
hold.