Not sure 'Anchor' is the right place,,, but I can move it if not.
My use case is a group of people who have formed a community food project - they share the work on a market garden and receive a veg box each week from it.
I am thinking of how stellar might be used - particularly to give members an overview of the current situation.
Screened members buy into the project (it is not-for-profit) with a cash down payment, and are expected to visit the site to do work once a week, in return they get a share of each weeks harvest. The cash is used for ongoing expenses for infrastructure and consumables - when it is used up a cash call is made, if there is excess produce this may be sold.
Initially the main objective is to give members sight of the accounts - a 'project wallet' holding tokens representing the cash balance, and transactions in and out as payments are made and received. As this is just a representation of the funds at this point, I imagine spending will just burn tokens - or they may be put in to an 'current assets' wallet and be depreciated, so giving the current value of their investment should they want to 'cash out'.
Ideally the transaction details would be visible only to participants.
Also (maybe) the issuing of tokens to people when they attend to work, which can the be redeemed against a veg box.
Really I'd be looking to use stellar as the accounting system for the assets of the project and for the running of the project as people exchange their time for food.
I'd be interested in thoughts/suggestions on how this might work (if at all!).