This question already has an answer, but it is one that the investment market cannot answer. In a traditional market, if investors want full investment returns from the company’s output, the simplest method is to become that company’s shareholder and receive dividends on a specified date. Other than this, there is no other option. However, this option is not attractive to investors. For one, few investors are willing to take corporate risks. On the other hand, the admission fee to become a shareholder is too high; not to mention that company’s won’t allow new shareholders to join if there is no special need for it.
Investors are then only able to purchase that company’s issued stocks. However, this method does not answer the initial question: how can investors ensure full investment returns from a company’s output? If I buy a company’s stock, and that company profited, it doesn’t mean the stock price would reflect the extra profit made. A company’s stock price is affected by a multitude of factors and the company’s output is only one of the factors. Hence, purchasing a company’s stock does not ensure investors to profit from a company’s output. Our proposed MSEC system exactly targeted this issue and created a new type of system. The MSEC system executes a one-second rental contract for any utilities. Regardless of what application, Mojo acts as a third party to collect all utilities and rent it out. After deducting necessary fees and costs, the buyer would then be entitled to all return from one second of that project’s output. Allowing them to participate in different types of projects with the lowest admission fees. At the same time, they’d earn the proportional return of the project directly, achieving “cost sharing and profit sharing”. To put it simply, purchasers of MSEC would pay for the project’s cost (calculated through time) and profit from the revenue after deducting the cost of operation.