I understand coding is necessary.
So only pure internet businesses can benefit from that?
What is the minimum I need to do to start a new DAC?
And which tools Invictus are providing to make it easier?
The first step would be to come up with an algorithm. It does not require any programming knowledge at all to do this just some basic math sense.
Start with the problem. Exit with the solution. The solution is the goal which your algorithm seeks to find by using some step by step process to getting there. The more efficient the process the less you'll have to compromise on issues like centralization of trust (you can have trust but it must be distributed), single points of failure (you don't wan't a hierarchy because that is exactly why the current economic system is prone to failure), vulnerability to identity theft (you have to figure out how to have identity without it easily being stolen), then you have all the side issues like 51% attacks, Sybil attacks, scams, cheats, bugs, etc.
Every DAC algorithm is ultimately just a set of rules which solve the above problems efficiently. By having a tool kit you can solve these problems using cook book solutions and algorithms so that you don't have to invent anything new and so that you know where to look. Depending on the needs of your DAC you may choose one algorithm over another and in many cases there is more than one algorithm to solve any particular problem.
The programmers don't have to care about algorithms. What you do is you write a spec or description of your DAC and then once it is peer reviewed and established that it is possible to make you crowd fund it. Once it is crowd funded you use the crowd funded resources to pay the bounties to the programmers, artists, documentation writers, translators, etc.
Over time we will automate the process and I have some algorithms which can automate a DAC so that it posts bounties on its own by Proof of Stake voting mechanism of the crowd. For certain DACs that solution is the best and in my opinion it should be part of a DAC tool kit under the category "autopoietic DACs". Over time better and smarter algorithms will emerge allowing for DACs to build themselves with the least amount of human involvement.
So for anyone who likes to build algorithms it is an open challenge to come up with the most efficient algorithm for an autopoietic DAC (self generating/self creating). The ideal autopoietic DAC would simply have to start as a seed
(an instruction set), be watered
(crowd funded), and be provided sunlight
(given the light of day so people know about it).
So every autopoietic DAC will need an instruction set, crowd funding, and community participation/attention/support from marketing.
Simplified as a metaphor: seed