I am however all for a foundation or organization or fund that will help people all over the world, do just enough to keep their local jackbooted thugs from throwing them in a cage and or shooting them.
Trademark may suck but if we're going to try to work with the legal system of different world governments then it's necessary that an organization exist that those governments can work with sort of as community representatives, no?
I have no intention of following the legal system of different world governments. I plan on doing just enough to keep my local jack booted thugs from putting me in a cage, and or shooting me. Beyond that I make no promises.
I can definitely respect that point of view.
I think I agree with that too. What should we call that foundation?
IMO more important questions are:
How do we fund it?
Who is responsible for the spending of those funds? Multisig?
What legal counsel do we have in different jurisdictions to rely upon?
Are we able to provide simple pre-emptive legal counsel, or will this legal counsel be able to actually help individuals while they deal with legal issues?
Hmmm... perhaps on a case by case basis.
We collect community donations to use in instances where it's needed.
You and I puppies. We can do multisig, I'll hold one key you hold the other.
It could be a program to provide lawyers to people who end up needing them.
how about the later, since anyone needing pre-emptive legal counsel has plenty of planning time.
so that means we need to find an instance where an attorney can help promote crypto...