The distributed ledger has the ability to "set things in stone." That's why several folks came up with the idea of engraving love and relationship on to the blockchain. I was personally inspired by PrenupWithLove, the first ever attempt to record prenuptial agreement into blockchain. However, blockchain could dp much more than that. This made me think of how a marriage would look like in the age of cryptocurrency. Would couple share their crypto properties? Could smart contracts help them manage the joint property in a way that's not possible before?

What it does

Etherafter provides family financial contracts--- ideally, prenuptial/postnuptial agreements, alimony, and setting funds for your children. All you need to do is login with UPort, start and agreement and let your spouse review and sign it with UPort. After the agreement was set up, you can add more details to the agreement or set up dependents and benificiaries.

How I built it

I used Truffle React Uport Box that already came with React, Redux, Uport setup. I wrote few smart contracts in solidity for a template marriage agreement. The frontend app connects to the Ethereum chain via web3.

Challenges I ran into

It's my first time writing Solidity contracts and it's more tricky than it seems.

Accomplishments that I'm proud of

Learn Solidity in one day.

What I learned

Solidity is more tricky than it seems. Think about it in terms of migrations can help.

What's next for Etherafter

Would love to build it into a complete product.

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