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I think a link to the markets page is missing

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Looks like the proposals are flooding in. Exciting!

Missing link to the gallery of proposals: https://manifund.org/

PS: I'd love to hear from anyone who can imagine actually using the small-group futarchy app I've proposed building!

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> if I believe are $40,000

Typo.

> (click to be linked to market home page)

I think a link is missing.

> The auctions say they’re closing March 8th, but we’re running a little behind schedule and might keep them open until March 12th instead.

You say "might" here, but then later say "March 12: Auctions for equity in existing projects close".

And two of the bullet points at the end are missing a period.

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This is such a great idea. Who came up with it?

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Not sure if anybody has commented on this yet, but ... this looks potentially more useful as an alternative for funding infrastructure than it does for funding charity.

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Do investors have a good way of predicting how the judges will assign a final value to a project?

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> Sixteen people have submitted projects!

Not important, but on that screenshot I count 17 projects by 14 distinct people?

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Is there a place where we can offer to help approved projects with our time?

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hello all friends

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Oct 1, 2023·edited Oct 1, 2023

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