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W12.io | Blockchain protocol W12 - is an open protocol for creation and execution of milestone based smart contracts. The protocol consists of smart contract templates (no programming skills required), DAO governance and a decentralized oracles network, that controls execution of the project roadmap. Such solution protects any fund contributor from intentional SCAM and unintentional failure, consequently brings trust and transparency between projects and token buyers. The fundraising campaign may be of any type: Charity, ICO – both utility and security, Crowdfunding and any other crowd sourced fundraise and governance. Fundraisers set up a DAO, publish a roadmap and work in according to it. The Oracles or community of token buyers check if the campaign is reaching the milestones and release funds in tranches, only when the milestones are met. The W12 protocol is designed to be easily integrated into any existing business, platform or organization. Inside of W12 ecosystem any of the parties can easily set up a DAO of the required type: contributor, receiver, fund or supplier. In addition, W12 provides a token sale platform, through which projects can sell their tokens and easily launch fundraising campaigns based on the W12 protocol.

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