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First of all, let's talk about a very positive case. We only have one BBTB-unit. New members come in and the community grows and grows. There is not enough space/time to accommodate all active participants. But do not forget that BBTB is a commercial project, if it's a lot of members and a lot of usage, that means it's a positive cash flow. If this is a positive cash flow, BBTB can afford to buy a new container and equip it with all the necessary equipment. If there is not enough space again, just repeat the same step one more time… two more times… hundred more times. The fact is that there is no bottleneck in the path of growth.
Now let's talk about extremely negative scenario. Let's say BBTB has a hundred units and suddenly the government introduces house arrest for all citizens. No one can leave home and visit/use BBTB facilities. The owner of each BBTB-unit will cancel all services (hydro, water, internet, etc.), maintain and preserve all equipment in the unit, and put a big padlock on the front door until better times. Because by definition we don't have any rent payments, so we don't have any mandatory payments. Due to this, each BBTB-unit can stay in sleep mode for an indefinite period of time.
It is possible another one negative situation. The lessor of the place on which the container stands can terminate the lease agreement. In this case, we must have spare space where we can move the container or, in extreme cases, the container is sent to a storage facility outside of the city.
Once the bad times are gone, BBTB-unit owner can easily restore everything back without critical losses.
It means that the concept of the BBTB-project has proven to withstand both positive and negative scenarios, ensuring its survival regardless of what may lie in between.