Sunday, March 5, 2017

User interaction, part 2

Back on the idea that the user must actively thumbprint his accounts, or just let them default o even, inflation adjusted, bets. So, treat your cash card like a debit cardand it works fine.

But the user makes special purchases, if he goes to WalMart, =a lot, his card will flash green on WalMart discount points. He then needs to use his card when in line shopping at WalMart, he might be paying a membership fee, and likely his card is still flashing green.  Buying clubs have a backing, in central banking terms.  The backing is that buyers have a commonality that lets them buy in bulk.  Buying in bu;lk is an efficiency they can share with WalMart. Both Walmart and their buying clubs share Walmart currency risk, but gains outweigh.  Walmart has great delivery systems, plots by buyer groups can make Walmart truck operate slightly in the red, over full.  Every fifth truck in the sequence, eliminated, great, they go with two trips of double trailers.  The Walmart S&L pit will make that happen, as if it were a singularity..

So, you see, the user wants to keep its Walmart bot informed of any new purchasing plots yet to be revealed. If the bot does not hear of anything new, it is back to even money.

How shouldf Walmart respond?

Buy the rights t scan the buyers club semantics.  The buyees, most efficiently, jomp on the web and make their plots (no doubt using a modified Redneck pit).  But, Walmart is going to buy right to that buyers graph, exclusive rights if it could get it. The buyewes club got a coin, Walmart will support it, just give Walmart access to the buye plots.

Same with all acdouts in the exchanges and pits. The more the user is willing to hit the icon, view the accounts, make adjustments and thumbprint; the better his returrns.  is is mainybecause his active accounts can better calibrate red/green  from the thumbprint to the market.  All contact and message between card and bots, the latest in user taps, as needed, is distributed.

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