Kickstarter has been around since 2009. When is a company no longer considered a "startup"?
Once they meet their funding goal.
One caveat I do have, personally, is that people should not get extra money just for having children. We don't want to encourage procreation for the sake of money. The world is overpopulated world, people should not hve children unless they can cover the cost.
How much procreation can the system support before it breaks down?
How can you prevent people from procreating? (Incentivize birth control with more free money?)
Should only the rich be allowed to procreate?
Should people with only a basic income, and no other income, be allowed to procreate?
Will the welfare class breed a larger welfare class, making the system unsustainable?
Would that happen without Basic Income, anyway?
Stinginess with privileges is kindness in disguise. -- Guide to VAX/VMS Security, Sep. 1984