GromAIDa Software Development Project to help Ukraine
Fiscal Host: Open Collective Europe
Develop open source software based on blockchain technologies to deliver humanitarian AIDs to Ukrainian civil population.
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This project is an open-source implementation of a fully distributed autonomous organization with the aim to deliver AID, food, and personal goods, to the civil population in Ukraine.
We wanted based on blockchain technology to track from donation to delivery as per the best effort possible.
Our main goal is the implementation and support of a fully distributed autonomous organization with the aim to deliver AID to the civil population in Ukraine. So we started financing the open-source software project first.
Software development will be financed here on OpenCollective.
Our web and mobile applications will collect funds directly from donors which then will help to connect stores, shops, and warehouses of the necessary goods with physical volunteers and official Ukrainian volunteer organizations.
- all software is based on a blockchain and Web3 technologies
- multi-platform donation receiver system
- geo-localized certification of the main activities of participant actors, protecting the people's privacy:
- purchase of goods
- transport of goods to intermediate storage nodes
- delivery to final destinations in Ukraine only.
Humanitarian goods will be received only by civilians in need.
The transmission system will be tracked by verifying the QR codes created for every delivery.
The project produces only open-source software hosted on a public git repository.
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