A goolie chit, also known as a blood chit, is a notice addressed to whoever, promising a reward for giving assistance to the bearer, payable when he shows up somewhere safe. For example, in World War I, RAF pilots in India and Mesopotamia carried a goolie chit, printed in four local languages, that promised a reward for anyone that would bring an unharmed British aviator back to British lines. Some US service members serving in various dirty sandpiles have been issued chits that guarantee $500,000 for aid and safe return.
It strikes me that there might be a larger market for goolie chits – people working for aid organizations in various pestholes, oil and gas workers, extreme tourists [ the sort of people that insist on seeing Palmyra right now ], people visiting Europe on any national holiday, those running liquor stores in inner Baltimore, etc. With the proper QR code blazoned on your shirt, the more sophisticated terrorists would swerve to miss you while mowing down chitless bystanders. In order to make this startup into a unicorn, you need to hire top-notch modern actuaries, and, of course, do all the usual things to get an efficient website, get away with violating numerous local and state laws simply by being really cool, etc. You can get favorable coverage from reporters just by giving them stock [ and, for the more adventurous, discount goolie chits.] Bitcoin rewards will be an option for those threatened by future AI.