I appreciate that it’s a horrible feeling to have things scammed or stolen from you, but I see following issues with what you’re proposing:
- That would introduce centralized policing which is anathema to the decentralized nature of the project.
- No one has the power to take things from other people’s wallets and give it back to you, no matter the evidence.
- If there is a dispute as to if something was stolen or not, we’d be forced to engage in arbitration or other forms of pseudo-courts that would be detrimental to the project.
In order for decentralized projects to succeed, I think that we must instead learn to adapt, accept responsibility and most importantly think outside the box of expectation that central authorities will bail us out when we make mistakes.
If we do, then the solution to all these problems is simple: we must learn to protect our wallets.
Then we can enjoy the simplistic beauty in the principle of: We either own it, or we don’t.