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Idea Overview:
A store of smart contract templates for startups
Who might use it/where it might be used?:
To be used by inventors and entrepreneurs when starting a business
The Market (B2B, B2C or Both):
Both
Sector the idea belongs to:
Business and Professional Services
Why you think there is a demand for your idea?:
Cost savings are immense in this cost sensitive ecosystem
Who would be the ideal customers?:
Entrepreneurs, Inventors, Investors
What ideas do you have to reach these customers?:
Through our own network platforms at first
How far have you developed this idea?:
Infrastructure in place and business plan written.
What – if any – feedback have you had for this idea so far?:
See www.smrt.network
What supporting material – if any - would you like to add to your proposal?:
See www.smartstartuptoken.tech

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3 comments to “Smart contracts platform”

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  1. Larry Walker - March 13, 2020 at 12:29 pm Reply

    My inventions call the solar light bug trap
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    Will have the next big thing Why? the solar light bug trap Works off of solar power the outside walls must be decorative and interesting to look at I have took care of that part for you, the inside walls are is literally a glue trap Yes sticky Mouse glue trap this product can be placed anywhere it’s needed inside or outside.the company that makes this bug trap exactly the way my sell sheet shows it can be quite profitable it’s disposable so once it’s filled with bugs it will need to be replaced with another one $$$$$$$. The cost to make this bug trap is Extremely cheap, I have a patent And photos of how it works This is not the actual product just proof that it works email findideashere@gmail.com

  2. Mark Cardwell - February 22, 2021 at 11:50 am Reply

    Templated contracts should certainly be viable – they’ve long been sold as editable documents. Recording a contract in blockchain is certainly possible, and in addition, there’s increasing certainty for the legal validity of smart contracts and cryptoassets.

    Of course, a smart contract is dependent on its inputs, so unless you’re dealing in fully-digital assets and have an external oracle [for example, if you’re trading a derivative based on a published share price, and the funds are in bitcoin] you’re still reliant on someone’s word that a product has been delivered or payment has been made. For now, for most situations, a smart contract can’t be automatic, and the parties still need to trust each other.

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