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All of the wildcards artwork is currently organised and created in a completely centralised manner. The team at wildcards primarily consist of technologists, not artists; so streamlining the process of getting artworks made for animals would be amazing.
The implementation is completely open, but we would suggest running your ideas past us for feedback. The simplest way to do this could be a 'google form', but the sky is the limit. For example you could have a quadratic voting mechanism to help chose which art submissions are best; or a staking and slashing mechanism if an artist promises to create an artwork and doesn't deliver in the agreed time.
The latest version of our system gives holders 1 Wildcards Loyalty Token (WLT) per day - https://etherscan.io/token/0x773c75c2277ed3e402bdefd28ec3b51a3afbd8a4. It might be interesting for you to integrate this token into this project. But this is by no means a requirement.An example integration of the loyalty tokens into the operation of the wildcards system is the voting mechanism for Glen the Dragon form Turin - https://wildcards.world/#ethturin-quadratic-voting (you can use this via the goerli-test network too, no need to buy a real wildcard to test it).
Our latest wildcards contract has a field for artists, that address will receive 1% of all sales from the wildcard forever into the future as an incentive mechanism. The artist portal should convey this clearly.
You can use this as a starting point: https://github.com/wildcards-world/wildcards-art-portal . Or you can start from scratch.We intend to put this solution into production at some point in time - so all submissions will require the MIT license.
## Update and more details:
Long term we would really like to integrate some level of community curation for the art that gets submitted via our loyalty tokens (that you earn by being the guardian of a wildcard), but that definitely isn't a hard requirement for the first version of our artist portal (if you manage that big ups to you!). For the first version we as the team can be in control of which artists/art get selected.
The basic functionality has two sides, the artist facing side, and the part we will use.
The part we would use would be a place for us (initially it will just be us - but once again in the future we would expand it to allow our partner organisations permissions) to put bounties for a specific wildcard (basically a few photos of the animal, the animal type, the name, a short description and the orginasation that they will be supporting) . Because we are the only ones looking at this part it can be very rough and dirty in the first version (even if we have to go into the code to edit it for example).
The artist/public facing part should be more friendly. An artist should be able to see all open art requests and see their details as well as express their interest in creating a wildcard.
Tools that we think could be leveraged to do this are [3box](https://3box.io/) and [3box threads](https://docs.3box.io/api/messaging) - once again using 3box isn't a hard requirement, but we believe that it can be a help. Similarly a tool like [pinata](https://pinata.cloud/) could be used to upload and store the images. You can see an example of how these technologies come together in https://dao.care/submit-proposal (https://github.com/DAOcare/app/blob/master/src/views/SubmitProposal.js).
## Where to get help:
The best place to get the attention of one of our developers is via our telegram group: https://t.me/wildcardsworld