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Topic - Max Marty
Silicon Valley wannabes from foreign nations that can't set up shop on land are looking for solution on the high seas — 12 miles from the shore, as plans have it.
You've heard of tech companies starting in a Silicon Valley garage. What about on a ship?
It would be registered in a country with a reputable legal system, maybe the Bahamas or the Marshall Islands, Marty said.
"A lot of people say, `I'd like to go to Silicon Valley' but there is no way for them to do it," said Max Marty, Blueseed CEO and co-founder.