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To all you guys looking for a citadel, a developer is putting in a housing project into our zone. Benefits:
1. Delaware Common Law
2. Zero income tax
3. Govt is fee for service.

@Crabel Actively exploring forestry investments in Panama and Nicaragua right now. What's the offer here?

@Aurelius_17_6_313
Honduras ZEDE’s are separate legal and regulatory jurisdictions but are a contiguous part of the country. Our zone is protected under CAFTA-DR with a 50-year legal stability agreement. Our zone uses a restatement of Delaware Common Law and the government is a private trust where early taxpayers receive a distribution of ownership (follows BTC issuance where taxes paid are the proof of work).

@Crabel Nice. Like we've talked about before, I'm familiar with the ZEDEs that are being set up on Roatan, and I think I found information on your particular one elsewhere by doing a little googling and guessing (the map looks familiar to me, anyway). Where can I go to learn more?

Might pair nicely with my "multiple flag theory" ambitions. The forestry stuff I have my eye on would be a quick permanent residency, a foreign incorporation, bank account, and non-taxable harvest income. Good start.

@Aurelius_17_6_313 Regulations as we are starting up are done through contractual agreement, eg a timbering operation wanted to use Alabama dept of Forrestry regs, a crypto exchange wanted to use Luxembourg’s regs pertaining to crypto, a gold tailings recovery wanted to use Nevada, etc.

The zone by default has a policy of zero personal income tax as it is an invasion of privacy.

Use sales and land tax to fund the govt. (some districts opted for corporate income tax).

@Aurelius_17_6_313
The offer is that there is now a residential development being done on the western side of the country in Choluteca en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cholut

The development area is starting as 100 acres.

I wanted to see the interest.

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