Sablier, revolutionizing finance thanks to streaming.

If you haven't heard of Sablier (https://sablier.finance), it's an app which allows you to "stream" money. It's based on Ethereum, and I genuinely think it's simply incredible.

First, Sablier makes it possible for your employer to pay you every single second. Yes. Every single second. So instead of receiving your paycheck at the end of each month, you can receive every second what that second of your time is worth. Which is crazy, right? Because it allows you to be much more flexible, as you know that tomorrow, whatever happens, you will receive your daily salary too. At the end of the day, it doesn't make a lot of sense to be paid every month, right? So there is already a huge usecase for that.

Second, you can also use Sablier for your heritage. Instead of giving a certain amount of money directly to your children, you can now stream money as part of your heritage to your kids. Which, makes again perfect sense to me. Because it would allow parents to ensure that their children will have a fallback every single second coming directly in their wallet, during their whole life. A guaranteed revenue essentially. Crazy, isn't it?

Third, Sablier finally allows it, to only pay for a subscription when you use it. Just think about it, does it really make sense to pay 10$ a month for a Spotify subscription, if you are only using it one hour a day? Because you are essentially paying for 720 hours of music every month, but you are just using it during 30 hours, though, you still pay the same amount of money. Doesn't make sense, right? Well that's where Sablier comes in, because if Spotify were to integrate Sablier for example, it would allow the Spotify users to just pay when they use the service. And that's how it should be. This will radically transform they way companies are funded in the next few years.

As you have most likely already understood, I'm incredibly excited for the future of Sablier, and if I had a few millions in my pockets, this is definitely a start-up I would invest in.


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