This guy in Portland created his own stock exchange to sell shares of himself.
His 160 shareholders vote on his life decisions like whether or not he should start a relationship or get a vasectomy.
But wait, what happens to all those shares if he dies? There needs to be a derivatives market for this guy. I could buy up a bunch of shares, take out a life insurance policy on him, and then vote for him to take up skydiving.
How One Man Turned Himself Into a Publicly Owned Company –the Atlantic