Nanotransactions lets people charge/pay just a few cents for content: 5c per webpage, 20c for a feature 50c+ for multimedia etc.
It uses a system that doesn't require paywalls, microtransactions, multiple subscriptions or logins. One system potentially works on every site.
The demo speaks for itself - it's super-easy to use and charges an amount for content that people won't blink at paying.
I've already got big-name writers, freelancers, publishers and communities interested. I have proven AAA developers on-board (apps for major bank), just need funding. The more the better - the more content that can be produced, the more signups we'll get. And content is mega-cheap to produce nowadays - professional writing rates have fallen through the floor. This is a major reason that Nanotransactions needs to happen - to put a value on content once again.
Income is potentially huge. Running costs are on-the-floor low.