Integrating Standard Bounties

Bringing security, interoperability, and a richer feature-set to Gitcoin’s smart contracts via Bounties Network

Vivek Singh
Jan 26, 2018 · 1 min read

Moving money is easier than ever before. This trend is likely to continue with the rise of virtual currencies like Bitcoin and Ether. It is becoming increasingly clear that we’ll be living in a future where “moving money is as easy as sending an e-mail is today.”

In the future of fast transactions, we’ll want to govern the movement of money well. This is especially true for complex transactions, where human judgement is still required. Figuring out when money should move is still hard. Think about the below examples:

  • UX Design: Did the final interface meet the requirements the issuer specified?
  • Software Development: Was the feature built, tested, and successfully merged based on the requirements outlined?
  • Content Marketing: Did the article written discuss the appropriate topics, was it descriptive enough, and did it follow through on the intended scope?

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