Breaking Barriers to

Solve Local Problems

By automating production and distribution of basic needs with a decentralized autonomous conglomerate on our Self-Executing Social Agreements Platform

Aligning Incentives

for Collective Good

Using Smart Social Contracts to coordinate the efforts of billions towards solving social and economic problems

Creating a Future

We Can All Thrive In

Join our community of innovators and visionaries using our innovative solutions to create a better tomorrow for all
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Self-Executing Social Agreements Platform

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Smart Social Contracts

Automated and codified  agreements using blockchain and AI technologies
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Self-Executing Agreements

Use self-executing social agreements to solve social and economic problems
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Decentralized Conglomerate

Network of individuals and organizations collaborating towards a common goal
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Message from the founder

Hello! I'm Princeps Polycap

I grew up in Kenya as a starving boy, and I knew that I never wanted future children to suffer due to the lack of basic necessities. So, I started working on what would eventually become Poly186 more than 8 years ago. My vision for Poly186 was to terraform the Sahara desert in order to reverse global warming and create new habitats for the next billion people. To achieve this, Poly186 and our subsidiaries are focused on building the infrastructure needed to automate the production and distribution of basic needs. Meanwhile, my other company, P3, works to leverage this infrastructure to terraform the Sahara desert.
Growing up, I didn't come from a wealthy family. I taught myself how to program while working at a factory and channeled my income into funding the creation of various aspects of Poly186, including Agri8, Polyocracy, and Odelle Nyse. Today, Poly186 is made up of over 25 individuals all working towards our collective mission. I feel honored and blessed to have had the opportunity to work with such amazing people to bring Poly186 to where it is today.
As the founder of Poly186, I can't help but get emotional when I think about our journey so far. It's a rejection of the doom and gloom narrative of the future, and I am grateful for everyone who has sacrificed to get us here. We still have a long way to go, but together, I know we can achieve our mission. Thank you to everyone for your support.

I love you all and I'll see you around
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