Blockchain Democracy: A How-To Guide For Smart Contract Developersby@alcueca
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Blockchain Democracy: A How-To Guide For Smart Contract Developers

May 10th 2020
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With a blockchain democratic process, promises become actions, writes Alberto Cuesta Cañada. He shows how to run a voting system where the proposals get automatically enacted if the voting passes. A smart contract is an immutable program that cannot be changed. The voting will happen, no matter what, and the proposal will be enacted if it passes. Decentralized Autonomous Organizations are directed by their stakeholders, with rules encoded in a smart contract, and no central control. The DAO (The DAO) is alive and well, now that the vulnerability that killed the DAO is well known and easily avoided.

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Hello. I design and build blockchain solutions. I like to make the complex simple.


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