Frequently Asked Questions
GAIA is a very open-minded association, we are of the firm opinion, that you have to think outside the box to create or invent something new and revolutionary, even if this might involve the need to think outside of currently existing laws. We are committed to building a test-room to publicly test devices, that exceed the current knowledge about physics. Only after we have proven, that these devices are fully functional, we are going to guide and invest in those projects to make them commercially available to the public.
First of all:
The construction of a Testroom for performing the “proof of concept”, that is the essential requirement for any investments. If this is passed successfully, we finance the development from “prototype status” into a “serial product” status and prepare to distribute them to the global market.
The finalization of already proven technologies – like the HHO Cell. The investment that has to be made here, is the development of a “safe to use” heat exchanger, that can break down the up to 3,500°C temperature of burning hydrogen to tge 50-80°C needed for heating.
Additionally, we will use a section of the amount of money raised through our ICO for the identification and evaluation of projects that are submitted to us by various Inventors, who still need our guidance to take their invention to the next level. Detailed information on this is written in our White Paper.
We thoroughly examined these inventions and were not able to detect any kind of fraudulent behavior.
In order to publicly prove their functionality, we will build a testroom right after the end of the token sale.
- This room will be made of glass and shown from multiple perspectives in a lifestream 24/7 during testing period (for our token holders) - this means complete transparency.
- After all the necessary devices and tools for testing were assembled, the room will be locked by a notary.
- To prove that we are not streaming pre-recorded material there will be a TV inside, broadcasting TV-shows - you can then see that the program matches and this will prove that it is indeed live.
- Of course, the inventor (or a representant) is allowed to attend, but everyone has to stay outside of the glass walls.
Only projects passing this test will be eligible to be prepared for market entry.
These kinds of devices are invented by companies, individuals or research and development centers (R&D Centers).
The inventors have often already used all their private funds in order to develop their invention and this point they would need a large investment to keep going and really take their invention to the next level. However it is unlikely that an investor will pay a large sum, for a device that is still in development and is running somehow - but was not throughly tested yet.
This is where GAIA steps in, GAIA will prove whether the device is functioning in a test-room (sealed by a notary), which will be surveilled by 15+cameras, life-streamt for 14 days, 24 hours, 7 days a week.
We receive messages from inventors all over the world, who want us to check their devices. Sometimes people from the GAIA association come up with an idea or know someone who has a promising device.
Please fill out one of our forms, if you have a promising project.
That stronlgy depends on the individual project:
Some are completely finished, while others are prototypes or still in their very beginnings.
We have seen quite a lot of different projects over the past years. Since it's the priority of GAIA-Projects to find ways to power our society without exploiting our earth, our projects only consist of green energy devices (preferably free energy).
As a result, we have already seen a fully automatic hydrogen cell, an electro-chemic battery, an induction boiler and a lot more. We will share the most promising ones in our project panel.
There are several reasons. Often people run out of money or don't have the means to prove that their invention is indeed fully functional (by providing test results on a big scale). Also, the inventors want to be paid for their life work of course, but often these sums are just too high to be paid by an Individual.
Simply put: The most severe obstacle is often the lack of financial resources.