Quoted from mbwalker:
Retired John and Jane Doe each have a $500K life insurance policy in their names via DeepRoo
From what I remember, deeproot would give out a cash payment right at the purchase of said policy. Then deeproot would pay the premiums for the insurance policy until the person died. In exchange of cash & premiums, deeproot would become the beneficiary, and in theory the life insurance policy would pay deeproot. Sometimes they insurance company would not pay thought.
As far as why someone would want to buy/sell their insurance policy. Say the individual is in a hospital and can't afford treatment that would extend their life. Robert would give that individual 500k dollars cash to use as they pleased in exchange of naming deeproot as the beneficiary. Deeproot would then pay the premium to the insurance company. In short, the individual could spent a portion of their life insurance policy while they are alive and gain monthly income not going towards premiums.
Turner Logic had to be doing business with Robert since 2017. Robert even had office space for them in the Fountainhead Tower were deeproot Funds, LLC started deeproot tech. TurnerLogic was in charge of implementing the game rule, animations, and dreams on the machines. When the engineers weren't impressed with the web browser Turner Logic proposed to run the machines, Robert dismissed the demo/concerns and stated that he would make the final decision when the time came. Well, Turner Logic migrated office space to Silicon Drive building when deeproot pinball was "officially" started. Suspiciously, I didn't see Turner Logic hardware/equipment in the recent auction. Where they tipped off the building closure? Did they gain access to the building after deeproot sent all the employees home & didn't allowed them to retrieve their personal belongings. Why was Robert insistent that Turner Logic build all the software and only later gave in to using unity, with Turner Logic leading the charge?