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The goal is to make donating as easy as possible.
Right now every donation to any DAC, Campaign, or Milestone requires a user to include Data and the transaction fee is higher then a standard transaction.
The end goal of this issue would be an easy user experience for donating using simply an ENS (or RSK equivalent) name.... and ideally it would use the same gas as a normal transaction.
For instance, what if you could donate directly to graceaid.campaign.eth without having to include any data in the transaction, or pay more then 21000 gas and the information would all be passed to the contract as needed to trace the donation so that if they ever wanted to come back and use the platform, they could see EXACTLY where their donation went.
This would mean, if Andreas was on a podcast, he could just say "Support us by donating to graceaid.campaign.eth" and then anyone with any wallet and any level of technical expertise could donate to his campaign with ease!
I will make a video explaining a possible solution, but this is just my design on how this end goal could be achieved... its a bit of a rant and for sure is a serious undertaking... but it could be done in stages :-D