In April 2016 The DAO was launched (see https://daohub.org/, The DAO on Wikipedia).
It enables people from all over the world to invest money in different projects. Those investments are regulated by "smart contracts" which may contain payment terms so that investors can receive a return on their investment.
One of the core features of DAOs is that they are not localized in a specific country / region but spread over an arbitrary number of countries while the whole "work" is done by the computer code behind it.
Another core feature is that those investments are made completely anonymously.
So when a group of anonymous investors gives money to a certain project / startup and this project refuses to return anything although it was fixed in the contract, what steps can be taken in order to enforce the terms of the investment?
Which law would apply in such a case? The law of the country the project is located in?
And for submitting the case to court some person or organization would have to step forward and do so. How could this be handled (without abandoning the anonymity of the investors)?
So what steps should be taken / what improvements should be made in order to make investments via a DAO safe?