Members who aren’t registered to legally provide services or trade within their jurisdiction and wish to use FreedomCoop for their invoicing or other kinds of legal cover for their activity. This member has full access to all the tools and resources (OCP project management, bank accounts, etc.). This type of member has to pay the membership contribution and a quarterly fee based on their profits, as explained here.
Here are some advantages:
And most importantly, you are contributing towards building this great ecosystem for a new economic system where the needs of humans are in the center.
Yes: together with the OCP and FairCoin wallet applications, we also have a special service for legal entities.
There are two ways in which FreedomCoop can help projects in other continents. Firstly, in the case of projects that are produced online – or without a public physical activity-.
Your fees are based on your profits (incomes minus expenses).
Here is a calculation example for an individual:
=1200€ quarterly profit –> 70€ (58.3 FairCoin) /per quarter
Here is a more complex calculation example for a collective of 3 people (all members of FreedomCoop) making a total profit of 3000 €:
person 1: 1200€ quarterly profit –>70€ (58.3 FairCoin) / per quarter
person 2: 1200€ quarterly profit –>70€ (58.3 FairCoin) / per quarter
person 3: 600€ quarterly profit –> 30€ (25 FairCoin) / per quarter
= 3000€ –> 170€ (141.6 FairCoin) / per quarter
You can see a full table of rates in our management page
An OCP member is a member who only needs to use the OCP to manage their projects. This member pays the initial membership contribution but doesn’t have to pay the quarterly fees
A project participant is a limited user who can be part of OCP in order to participate in tasks as a member of a project that uses FreedomCoop. This participant will be added by the project manager to the project they are going to be part of. Participants don’t have to pay fees.
FreedomCoop doesn’t offer social security or health insurance in the standard way, as we act outside the system as much as possible. What we can provide is the formal cover for using these kinds of system if you take on the responsibility of their costs. In this way you have the choice of contracting it or not – depending on your personal needs and requirements, together with your capability to cover the expenses for it. In any case our capability for covering these specific needs will depend on the structure that we have for the country where you need it.
As our structures grow, we may be able to establish and offer similar services in an alternative way for our members in the future.