@gunkslinger Well, there's what's in the article there, and then there's also something really interesting called Dai, which is a stablecoin implemented with a smart contract. I didn't include it because there seems to be credible doubt about its long term prospects (or any stable coin's long term prospects) but the fact that it's worked _reasonably well_ is an astounding feat of engineering in my mind. I may change my mind and include it, but I like to stick to proven examples.
Smart Contracts - Enforcing certain contracts programmatically, without the need for force (or even a trusted third party)
(Crypto ppl: this stuff is not my forte! Any corrections, suggestions for better examples, please let me know.)
Looking for examples of uses of #SmartContract as an alternative to state enforcement of contracts. I'm not very familiar with this space.
Lot's of digital governance stuff out there. Lots of _hypothetical_ things on how to transfer titles of physical objects. Best real world example I can think of is MakerDAO/Dai.
Anybody have better examples you could point me to?
The Internet Engineering Task Force - Developing TCP/IP and other underlying Internet protocols. Standards are voluntarily adopted by industry. Funded by government until 1998, but taken over by the Internet Society since then.
Saved In America - A non-profit group that helps parents find missing children when the police don't consider it a high priority.
Paving For Pizza! Domino's footing the bill to repair potholes in select cities around the United States:
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* Kosher Certification: https://itsnotgov.org/regulation/food-safety/kosher-certification/
* Ambulance Fleet (and damn near *the* social safety net) in Pakistan: https://itsnotgov.org/emergency-services/emergency-medical/edhi-foundation-pakistan-ambulance-service/
* "Public Transit" in Nairobi: https://itsnotgov.org/infrastructure/public-transit/matatu-private-bus-nairobi/
* And MUCH more
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