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Project TitleThe Giving Chain
Status

ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

DifficultyHIGH


Description 

The Giving Chain is a Social Impact project created by the Hyperledger Princeton Meetup. The Purpose of the project is to decentralize local charity giving by creating the Giving Chain and the R2D application. The application will use participants cell phones  to create an asset to be donated. The R2D (Recipient to Donor) then notifies the participant in the giving chain that an asset has been created and ready to be donated. The asset is then track till it is received by someone with need. This donation system lets donors track donation as well as creating a dignified way in which people can receive assistance.  

Additional Information

The project made it to a proof of concept using the fish example in the sawtooth documentation.  It received an honorable mention at the Big Apps Blockchain challenge 2020, and won the GBA 2020 Social Impact Award 2020 .  www.thegivingchain.org www.bcprinceton.com


ANYONE INTERESTED IN THIS PROJECT PLEASE REACH OUT
https://www.facebook.com/TheGivingChain
https://www.instagram.com/thegivingchain/

https://t.me/BCPrinceton
https://twitter.com/bc_princeton
LinkedIn Group: ​https://www.linkedin.com/groups/9055378/

Learning Objectives

Create a supply chain blockchain.

Examine the relationships needed to create a Social Impact Project 

Expected Outcome

An operational blockchain that will revolutionize local charity giving.  can also be adapted for targeted disaster relief

Relation to Hyperledger 

Participant can decide which Hyperledger blockchain will best suit the projects needs. Work can be showcased during the Learning Materials Working group calls. Original project was completed during  Hyperledger meetups and is documented on the wiki page "how to build a social impact project.  Meetup PROJECT IDEAS.

Education Level

Participants should have a mix of business (develop associations ) and/ or  programming skill 

Skills

Ability to create a blockchain for the project 

Future plans

The future of the giving chain is to support local communities with the donation process. 

Preferred Hours and Length of Internship

Part Time 20 hours a week

Mentor(s) Names and Contact Info

Bobbi Muscara

Ledger Academy

TSC Member

bobbi@ledgeracademy.com