How does Snowdrift solve the "escrow problem". Or in other words, the legal 
issues of holding people money without being illegal. In this regard, how is a 
company (such as Patreon) different from a non-profit? Are there different 
requirements for companies and non-profits? Do you actually hold people money, 
or do you just "move" from patrons to developers once a month (but you don't 
hold any money)? Moreover, if you wanted to make a non-profit, why did you 
choose a COOP? What about other non-profit structures (non-coop)?
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