> If the OSM community accepts the OpenLocationCode, then it would become
de facto universal addressing system. Only then people may start believing
and investing in it.

As others have pointed out the proper place for OSM to support the
OpenLocationCode in OSM is in https://nominatim.openstreetmap.org/ both
forward and reverse geocoding so if you search for an OLC it finds the
coordinates, and vice versa right clicking, Show address here returns the
OLC.

Nothing stopping you taking an extract of OSM, adding your own OLC codes to
that data and then doing what you like with that. No need to upload it to
the OSM database
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