<< Our goal is to build a decentralized network of YOUNG, creative and exceptionally motivated outsiders who don’t fit in to the traditional system. >>
If you can easily communicate your project idea in this way, can it really be that groundbreaking? From experience I find that the ideas that seem truly worth investing time in also happens to be such that they are incredibly hard to describe to others. If anyone can understand it then anyone can build it. If anyone can build it then someone either has, it's really hard to do or it's not worth doing.
I think that the goldilocks category of projects are those that are hard to understand without building it, not terribly difficult to build and easy to understand once built. That's where you can really make use of "your unique perspective" of the world. That is more or less your only competitive advantage after all.