Hello, I have spend a lot of time working on BitLaw Concept in the past year. I finally got it all together conceptually, and am currently moving into development stage. I am working on the website, and Proof of Concept software. There is one thing that needs to be work on before I can move everything into development stage. There are three projects that I am working on which is part of the BitLaw foundation. BitLunar, BitCola, and BitID. They all interpolate together greatly. Lunar, and ID depends on the Cola. They are all essential to build polycentric law in crypto-space.
Let me know what you think, and I would like to have feedbacks.
This is copy and paste from the BitLaw documents…
How it works…
Cola will be used as “gems.” Every slot comes with information, and/or programmable contract(safex/cola). Since safenet contains link to datastructure which is encrypted, the system will be much easier to be build.
With this, you can enter establishment by scanning their QR code. Their QR code scans the identification card. It will check to see if you are member of this organization, or had any history with the organization. If not, it can create a new “gem/slot” and it comes with token if purchased, free, or needed.
If you’re moving to a different or traveling to different Cola (country), the gatekeeper will look at your identification, to see if this person is okay on their books. It is like Game of Thrones scene when The Dragon Mother want to enter to Quorum. The 13 member of the quorum ask her questions, and her credibility of why she wants enter their establishment. Once it is approved, it will insert a “gem”/slot into her profile. Firstly, it creates a new chuck, and then gives her a link to that chuck. That chuck is your “gem”.
@Seneca 's Decorum project, and @happybeing 's safepress project, and others projects can be used this tool. Forums does not need to create profile identification. It will use this backend, and have it plug into their forums. When a user clicks on person ID, it opens up a link to his ID profile for more information.
Coalition of Legal Agreements
Each slot is essentially an cola. Cola is a basic information / contract creator, with information entails about itself, profile, or the establishment.
This application is backend agnostic. It needs to stored in json/toml for storing key/value information. The applications simply put up API to bit_id. Set it, and forget it.
This whole process will be painless, and quick.
The ID entails:
Link to shop like open bazaar, bitlunar, and other stuff.
The ID means nothing but if it has 3rd party approval (like whole food stamp), then it values something. Business can validate user work history by adding an icon to the slot. Each slot can contain an icon(s) which links to 3rd party(ies) for more information.
Validators can entails:
ID Example in TOML format
name = “Bob Alice”
title = “IT / Crypto-Expert”
bio = “I am a wizard!”
education = “WizardCollege 2012-2016”
education2 = “Khan Academy”
profilerep = safelink.tokenrep
WizardCollege = approved.safelink
Khan Academy = approved.safelink
forumID = safelink.comments
Additional information about example ID
- Any information inside of datastructure cannot be modified.
- It can be created by 3rd party.
- Reputation tokens cannot be modified.
As more I thought about this, I tihnk it is infeasible. Rather, this should be a better approach… Each app create a new toml rather than [datastructure.3rdparty]
name = “wizardschool”
title = “ComputerScience”
year = “2012 - 2016”
class1 = “A”
class2 = “b”
teacher1 = “”" blah blah blah “”"
name = “decorum”
comments = link.to.comments.chucks
name = “safepress”
blog = link.to.blog.chucks
No more waiting times for creating new passports
No more creating profiles for each websites! AKA Couchsurfing, facebook, myspace, linkin, etc
No more building resume ever again. Build it once.
No more printing out resume. Just send them your QR code, and they’ll look it up.
No more wasting time on answering questions when they can check your ID and 3rd party validators
Hiring process will be much easier
Not an actual working shot, just a graphic design layout on what it looks like