In the world today, something pretty cool is happening. Over the last decade or so, we’ve seen multiple startups emerge from this idea of sharing things and services. Sharing homes on Airbnb, Homeaway, and VRBO has become a hit. Driving Uber and Lyft has become an incredible way to make some extra money, get around easier, and has even disrupted the taxi industry. Delivering food and other goods on delivery apps such as Doordash and goPuff have disrupted the way we receive what we need on a daily basis. You get the point. However, something we’re just starting to see emerge in the year 2019 is the sharing of…