Uber Wages Example: $8 an hour
Staff Size: 50,000
Operating Costs: $2,200,000,000
Yearly Revenue: $2,000,000,000
Cost Reduction Path
Ubiq Wages Example: Pay Per Assignment
Staff Size: 3
Operating Costs: $10,000
Yearly Revenue: $100,000
Demand: Products that fill a customer's needs will have high demand. They will seek it out. Fads also apply. Keep an eye on high adoption rates, units sold.
Supply: Typically if a company is struggling to meet supply. Then demand is high. This is a good thing for value short term. You don't want this long term. If there's too much supply a company will be forced to lower price. To move remaining units.
Interest: Often an advertising campaign is one of the required pillars for growth. If there isn't much interest. They will be forgotten. Interest isn't needed as much if demand is high. This can happen in a market with 2-3 competitors.
Demand: Uber, for a time they had frequent customers, high demand. Ubiq has Low demand on the market. Thus it's position. But high usage for GPU rigs, keeping it one of the best coins to mine. Regardless of it's low presence.
Supply: Uber was able to meet supply until legal issues began to mount. Ubiq's coins become more valuable over time, deflating currency. While it takes seconds to minutes to process trades. It's fees were minimal vs Bitcoin.
Interest: Uber is extremely effective advertising across social media, TV. Ubiq has a small staff and focuses on quality. The growth is slow. The interest is from a lack of wide spread ads. Low operations losses. Long term investment.