Thursday, December 15, 2016

So we consider a large set of independently spawned trading pits

In the sandbox, we make a major assumption.  Whenever elements are congested such that a sequence of 100 make a four-six bit probability tree, with no more than three queued per node, then...
Whew, then we call that a unique network value.  Wherever that exists, a trading pit is spawned, until it is no longer unsustainable, and the pit unspawns,out of thin air (transactions costs zero).

In other words, when we get a crowd of price beacons and smart cards, a trading pit spawns in the free ether. I claim with semi-proof, all trading pits so spawned will be the unique set and of nearly equal value.  Further, each pit sustains an equivalent pricing ring which is a fair measure of relative value; as a corollary to the first.

Given all that, all coins so issued are interchangeable. Thus, they are dispersing, becoming random and it would be fu  to have a background process among the independent SA&L issues that, looking locally first, would always try to swap coins back to source, regrouping them. Tiny coins, so aggregated, can be measured as a super group in the sand box, the thin air can spawn a super class of trading pits.

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