The History of Spore Finance in Under 10 Minutes


What is spore finance?

Spore finance is a term coined by Bill Perkins in 2011 which refers to the speculation of commodities. Also other goods with an eyes toward later reselling these goods at a higher price. The origins of spore finance date back to the early 1800s when merchants would buy goods in one location. Near where they were manufactured, for sale at another geographical location. This meant that merchants could make more profit. By purchasing goods with greater demand and reselling them closer to their point of sale.

How does the spore finance work?

The spore finance market works in much the same way as the traditional financial system. However, the difference is that the origins of the goods being traded is a biological rather than fiat currency. This means that in order to profit, speculative traders need to be able to predict price fluctuations before they happen.

However, due to the nature of biological commodities and other goods (as opposed to fiat currency). There are many more factors that can influence price changes compared to traditional items such as gold or stocks. For instance, how a crop fares depends on weather conditions, insects, pests and diseases. Also human intervention (such as using chemicals) and demand can sway prices further.

What services do they offer?

Because of the nature of biological goods, financial firms that offer spore finance services offer risk mitigation services. In addition to the standard trading options of buying and selling. For example, some spore finance firms offer insurance on commodities. Also built around their ability to compensate the buyer or seller depending on which side they purchased from.

What spore finance companies are there?

There are many companies involved in the biological goods market. Some of the largest names include: ADM, Bunge Limited and Cargill. However, these companies all deal strictly with non-biological goods so there is no guarantee. That they will be able to function in a market where it is necessary for them. Especially to physically transport goods from one location to another.

What are the advantages?

The advantages of spore finance versus a traditional fiat currency. Like the US dollar are that biological goods are relatively fix in supply. This means that there is less risk with trading biological goods. Particularly those which are duplicate at no cost. For example, if everyone decided to plant corn on their property. It would not effect the price of corn until it is harvest and sold to the market.

What are the disadvantages?

The only disadvantage that some traders have found is that because biological goods and other commodities have a finite supply. Funding can be difficult to come by unless the trader already has money saved up for trading. However, this is overcome by using a hybrid strategy in which the trader buys and sells fiat currency. Then uses those funds to purchase biological goods.


In conclusion, the value of biological goods has not been fully explored by financial institutions. However, due to their nature, there is much potential for spore finance firms to profit. Plus with the rise of climate change, biological firms have been experiencing increased demand for drought resistant crops. As well as other products that are resilient to disease and famine.


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