DAOsign: Workflow Orchestration platform built on decentralized Smart Signature protocol

Hi Zcash Community. We applied for this Grants Program to launch our DAOsign platform on the Zcash blockchain and improve its governance and workflows. Please, take a look at our Grant proposal here.

Project Overview

Project Name:


Brief Description:

DAOsign is a decentralized and customizable platform where collaboration, authorization, and workflow management are facilitated through cryptographic proofs stored on a blockchain

Verifiable Signature is at the core of DAOsign and is based on 3 key proofs: proof-of-identify, proof-of-authority, and proof-of-agreement. Utilizing these proofs, DAOsign provides a platform to design and configure complex workflows that combine smart-contract-based automation with authorized approvals.

DAOsign is blockchain agnostic, so users can choose where to store the proofs. DAOsign already allows users to store proofs of signature in the IPFS, Ethereum launch is planned in the nearest time. Also, recently, we received grants from SUI, Polkadot, and Mintbase, so DAOsign users will be able to use these blockchains for proofs storing purposes soon as well.

Furthermore, DAOsign provides a robust Governance and Policy Builder platform to offer governance, workflow automation, and controls for organizational policies and procedures.


Team Members:

  • Eugene Fine - CEO and Founder
  • Ramil Amerzyanov - CTO
  • Misha Kushka - Technical Lead
  • Oleksandra Burmenska - Head of Partnerships

Team Background:

Eugene Fine (CEO & Founder) - Over 20 years of building, scaling, and managing technology organizations. Recent experience includes a CTO role at Explorer Surgical Corp., which was recently acquired by GHX, and VP of Engineering at GHX. Eugene is a founder at consideritdone.tech, a Blockchain/WEB3 development studio.
GitHub: https://github.com/ConsiderItDone
LinkedIn link: https://www.linkedin.com/in/eugenefine/

Ramil Amerzyanov (CTO) - 15+ years building complex technical architecture and software solutions., focusing on Blockchain/WEB3 technologies over the past 7 years. Recent projects include the Fractional CTO role at Landslide Network and CTO role at consideritdone.tech.
GitHub: https://github.com/ramilexe
LinkedIn link: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ramil-amerzyanov/

Misha Kushka (Technical Lead) - 6+ years developing Blockchain/WEB3 technical architecture and software solutions. Recent projects include Lead Technical Architect roles at Akiva Capita! Holdings and Avalaunch
GitHub: kushkamisha (Misha Kushka) · GitHub

Oleksandra Burmenska (Head of Partnerships) - Over 10 years of experience in Business Development and Management roles in Technology organizations, focusing on Blockchain/WEB3 technologies over the past 5 years. Recent projects include contributions to NEAR, Axelar, GnosisSafe, and Avalanche ecosystems.
GitHub: github.com/burmenska
LinkedIn link: https://www.linkedin.com/in/oleksandra-burmenska/

Our consulting portfolio with previous projects: DocSend


Primary Objective(s):

One of the most important features of blockchain is privacy and the ability to remain anonymous, especially when it comes to signing important documents. One of the reasons that motivated us to create DAOsign is our previous work as a consulting agency. We often encountered a situation where signing legal agreements with clients was challenging because they did not want to reveal their identities. Neither DocuSign nor other signature platforms could solve this problem. Subsequently, we decided to create a product that addresses the need for a secure and transparent way to sign, manage, and automate agreements of all kinds with a configurable level of anonymity disclosure.

Secondary Objective(s):

During our development, we opened two more new use cases, in addition to the baseline one for a document signing. One of them is designed specifically for Grant Programs, and its goal is to simplify all the stages of this process for the grantor and grantee. We would be happy to implement this use case for Zcash Grants Program if you’re interested. We also recently discovered a use case for commodity trading, which shows that DAOsign goes beyond web3 and can also be used in the traditional world. Apart from that, we’re working on the use case for staking.


Target Audience:

Our platform goes beyond the scope of DAOs and can be used by any web3 (or web2, in the case of trading use case) organizations that need to handle agreement/policy management.

Contract Addresses

Testnet Contract Address:

DAOsign Official Links



Milestone 1 - Zcash Testnet Version - $15 000

The ability to store proofs on the Zcash Testnet blockchain and verify them there.

The functionality includes:

  • “Create an agreement” implementation;

  • Assigning signers and observers

  • Implementation of Proof-of-Authority

  • Implementation of Proof-of-Signature

  • Implementation of Proof-of-Agreement.

  • Early adopters program preparation

Milestone 2 - Incentivized Testnet Version - $5 000

  • Early Adopters Program launch

  • Online onboarding events

  • Feedback collecting

  • Roadmap adjustment

Milestone 3 - Mainnet Version - $10 000

  • Launching blockchain-stored and verified proofs version of DAOsign.

  • Production support

  • System resiliency

  • NFT-based Signer Authority Verification System

Total proposed USD value of grant:

$30 000


Hi @Tania - Welcome to the forum, and thank you for submitting your grant proposal! We will review it in the upcoming weeks and reach out if we have any questions.

In the meantime, if you have any questions for us, you can post them to this thread or DM us at @ZcashGrants.

Zcash Community - We want to hear your feedback on this grant! You can post your comments to this thread or DM us at @ZcashGrants if you’d like to provide feedback in private.


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Thank you. We’re excited to hear Zcash Community thoughts! :slightly_smiling_face:

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@Tania Thank you for your submission. After consideration from @ZcashGrants and sufficient time for the community to provide feedback on the forum, the committee has decided to reject this proposal.

The committee appreciates your grant submission efforts and encourages you to continue as an active member of the Zcash community going forward, both here on the forum and in the below avenues as well:

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