The Ramen Manifesto

The official whitepaper for the Decentralized Autonomous Organization that owns and controls the first ever Web 3.0 Ramen chain of Shops - Tabe tabe Original Ramen House.

Tokenizing a Ramen Restaurant Chain

Any vibrant restaurant needs one thing and one thing only: a vibrant community.

NFTs allow for both creating an exchangeable token that represents a valuable good - in this case, a restaurant business - and to help build a community around a project by giving each participant a unique character (or set of characters) that they can identify with.

These characters can be made using procedural art as shown below.

By doing this, we enable anyone to invest in the food and restaurant industry with very little initial investment. By generating a community the business itself also grows as it gains more traction and attention that ultimately results in higher revenues. Tokens can be sold with a low entry price point, thus increasing transaction volume and promoting inclusiveness.

Traditionally, to start a restaurant you would need a hefty initial investment and many regulatory and operational permits. Using the power of Web 3.0, people can invest in the restaurant industry by buying a Token from our collection, making it a considerably smaller initial investment.

Generating wealth with Noodles.

Compared to other NFT projects whose funding and income only comes from the sale of tokens, our project actually represents a functioning and successful food business with over $100,000 USD annual revenues. The following chart shows sales growth history since opening the first location in 2019.

Using the average of sales in 2021 as a reference, we can provide a sales breakdown by category.

Here are some quick numbers:

  • Two locations in San Luis Potosi, Mexico.

  • 10,000+ Ramen Bowls served in 2021 alone.

  • Over $100,000 USD in annual recurring revenues.

  • 42% EBITDA in 2021.

  • Year on year growth since opening.

One DAO to rule them all.

Managing a business is hard.

Managing a business and dealing with one or two business associates or partners is very hard.

Managing a business owned and controlled by thousands of individuals is, to many individuals, unfathomable.

But a decentralized organizational structure - or in other words, a governing system in which senior management has shifted the authority for some types of decision making to lower levels in the organization - is ideal to control a business where the large majority of participants are small shareholders.

When the business is controlled and owned by the DAO, it will be in every participant's interest to make the business grow and prosper. To this end, from the thousand of individuals conforming the DAO, many will come forward along the way and offer support, networking and market access to a much larger extent than just a few individuals conforming a traditional business ever could.

A business consisting of thousands of shareholders can be easily governed and controlled with Web 3.0 technology and a Decentralized Organizational Structure.

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