For $100, a tiny piece of the Asian restaurant/swagger market coming to this storefront can be yours!
It's a little bit Kiva, a little bit Kickstarter, and a lot Popularise, Ben and Daniel Miller's previous effort to crowdsource development ideas.
"No one's ever bought a piece of a building on the Internet," says Ben.
While the brothers, sons of Verizon Center and Washington Harbour mastermind Herb Miller, had the idea to sell shares in a building on the Internet years ago, they faced problems setting it up legally. It took months just to find a lawyer who would do the paperwork. And now, a new problem: convincing people to send $100 to people they've never met.
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