I'm just getting started and I want to create a relatively simple token which I can allocate to people after they make donations to my for-profit company:http://lev.com.au
to indirectly support brain research for my non-profit, charitable, tax-deductible (if you pay tax in Australia) organisation:http://neuralarchivesfoundation.org
In this case it is just convenient that people can see the result of their donation stored permanently on the ETH blockchain and have the confidence that if they decide they want to redeem their token at a future date (for building lots or some service provided by the LEV), then there is no argument about their original donation. It seems the token I created for my second test should pretty much do the job already?:https://theethereum.wiki/w/index.php/ERC20_Token_Standardhttps://ropsten.etherscan.io/token/0xb2a7a30aa2627a77599b6bdc0af6534b7ddfeda9?a=0x70a7ef684abe92cd7b5bbf4f0e74bb0b7b9adb2c
Do people have suggestions about further testing / enhancements before going live with that contract?