The solution was a functional prototype of a service bounty system on the Ethereum network, driven by Smart Contracts. It allows a citizen to post a bounty for small services like fixing small damages at a school, potholes, trash. The most powerful aspect is that once a bounty is initiated by a local individual, anyone around the world could further fund the bounty and help get the problem solved.

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We built this full stack blockchain project to explore simple governance in a smart contract.

3 parts of this governance wallet include the Quorum, the Approvers, and the Transfers.

All of which can be changed by a vote that reaches quorum. Even quorum can be changed if the parties agree