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A DAO for a simple partnership, written in Solidity for deployment on Ethereum.


The preferred deployment method is to prepare a transaction for submission using MyEtherWallet.

After installation:

First, decide on a single amount that all partners will contribute. It must be the same for all partners. Enter this amount (in ETH) as the ether_amount below, followed by the Ethereum addresses of each partner.

$ node prepare.js ether_amount parter1_addr partner2_addr [partner3_addr ...]

This will create two files: bytecode.txt and arguments.txt.

Go to MyEtherWallet's Contract page click Deploy Contract Paste the contents of bytecode.txt into the Byte Code field ... access your wallet and deploy the contract.

Once the contract has been created, go to Etherscan's Contract Verifier:

  • Contract Address: the deployed address of your contract
  • Contract Name: Partnership
  • Compiler: the version returned when you ran node prepare.js above.
  • Optimization: Yes
  • Enter the Solidity Contract Code: Paste the contents of contracts/Partnership.sol
  • Constructor Arguments ABI-encoded: Paste the contents of arguments.txt
  • Solve the CAPTCHA
  • Click Verify and Publish

Now each of the partners listed given to prepare.js above need to send the exact amount specified to the contract address, from each specific account (not from an exchange). Until this is done the contract will not accept ether from any other source.

After the contract is funded with the contribution from each partner anyone can send ether to the contract address. Additional partner contributions will be recorded as loans.


It uses the Truffle framework for testing, but does not use its deployment system.


$ npm install


$ npm run test

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