To attract the community to contribute to smart contracts on Zeitgeist perhaps there needs to be consideration as to whether the following is required through registrars that are a known good and trusted with decentralised on-chain identities:
Potential Options for Consideration
Each document would likely be prepared by a duly qualified international lawyer who has expert knowledge and experience not limited to cryptocurrency gambling, betting, and lotteries.
Each document should be legally binding and verified by an on-chain identity that is an independent lawyer, and published on-chain on IPFS or similar on multiple chains, and linked to by a contributors DAO smart contract that is deployed on the Zeitgeist network, and be legally binding and accompanied by a translation that is written in a language that is accessible to all community members (absent of legal lingo, jargon and legalese).
Note that the above do not constitute legal advice and is not intended to be a substitute for legal advice and should not be relied upon as such.
Zeitgeist is a platform where people can build smart contracts. To encourage people to contribute, there may be a need for trusted on-chain registrars for decentralized identities, legal services, and patent and licensing services.
Community members may want to use these services to protect themselves and their contributions. They may also want to know what licensing agreement is associated with their contributions and ensure that their contributions are only used for legal purposes.
Establishing a "Public Web3 International Legal Agreement to Protect Contributors" and a "Public Statement of Web3 International Legal Risk Assessment Report" could provide reassurance to contributors, clients, and regulators.
These documents should be prepared by a qualified international lawyer, legally binding, and verified by an on-chain identity. They should also be published on-chain on IPFS or similar on multiple chains and be accessible to all community members.
Note that this is not legal advice and should not be relied upon as such.
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