Pay it Forward (mockup)
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A mockup that outlines how a gifing economy might work for all crypto coins - this is not real data!
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Implementation suggestion: A web application that talks to and organises block chain contracts
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Pay it forward donations
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PiF donatorAmountCoinAddressGiver PercentElegibility Percent
Number of Payments
VerifyTransactionNotes
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Why Fund10,000.00WHY
WkpE3F66ftXyBjpDTyhXbdzjiiiThgzk4n
20.00%30.00%N/ATRUExxx
For qt wallet development
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Why Fund1,000,000.00WHY
WkpE3F66ftXyBjpDTyhXbdzjiiiThgzk4n
50.00%5.00%6TRUExxx
For 6 month education sponsorship of the first giver and reciever pair that meets Foundation guidlines.
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Coin community records on giver
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Giver emailNicknameCoinAddressBalanceElegibility amountDonation AmountTransactionExpected PiFReason
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unknownunknownWHYWk...1003040xxx6For nice qt wallet work
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unknownunknownWHYWk...20000020002000xxx400
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Coin community records on receiver
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Receiver emailNicknameCoinAddressTransactionScam probability
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block explorer signedLightsplasherWHY
Wk8sLBpkBFiCJwkLxxQ7GNWiNV1zN1nnQo
xxx0.00%
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block explorer signedLightsplasherWHY
Wk8sLBpkBFiCJwkLxxQ7GNWiNV1zN1nnQo
xxx80.00%
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Field NameDefinition
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PiF donator
A major fund holder or other intested party who wants to make a top level donation
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Amount
The amount of the top level PiF donation - this value funds the giver contracts first come first served
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Coin
The type of coin being gifted. This could be different and allow the system to gift values between coins or when using colored coins allow gifting of such things as gift cards.
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Address
Coin block chain address which should be under different users control. The top level donator should use whatever methods are fitting for the amount to verify this.
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Giver Percent
The percent of the Elegibility amount that the giver will get back if they make at least this amount of a donation to the reciever.
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Number of Payments
Optional value of the minimum number of payments the donation should be broken into. This prevents the first eligable person from using it all.
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Elegibility Percent
The percent of the Givers coins that are eligible for receiving a Pif payment back on
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Verify
If true the contract must be verified by the PiF donator before it will payout. It could always be audited after the fact and certain address black listed if need be.
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Transaction
Block chain transaction id that fills in when contract completes. No values move until funding and verification happens.
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Notes
This could be a detailed note almost like a work contract or just guidelines for the giver.
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Giver email
Optional giver contact or account information, the PiF donator may request if need be in detailed notes and if verify is true stop contract if not received.
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Nickname
Optional field for scam prevention, block chain address signing can be used to verify this by the owner of the address.
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Balance
How much the giver has determines the amount elegible for donation
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Elegibility amount
The giver is elegible to give up to this amount of the PiF donators donation.
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Donation Amount
The amount the giver has aggreed to give to the receiver if the contract fills
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Expected PiF
This amount is the reward to the giver for gifting the donation amount to the receiver.
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Reason
Why the giver wants to donate to the reciever. This is likely for work done in the past but it could also be a suggestion for work but the receiver is not obligated to do it.
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Receiver email
Optional contact info or account of the reciever to be used by the top level for auditing of addresses being connected to work done by users.
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Scam probability
The chance that the record is a scam, addresses may appear to be from the same wallet or bad data is detected. The giver can still validate the contract based on reputations.
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