Saturday, April 29, 2017

Understanding red/green

The secure element, for various apps, promises to maintain some budgetary restrictions.  The spending history is maintained in a distribution so the probability of breaking the contract is revealed upon purchase. This can be fairly simple and fairly ad hoc, as long as the red/green indicator function is finely granulated enough to keep the consumer alert.

So the red/green is like price, it is an approximate price because it tells us when our reservations in the monetary network is being used. Using reserved spots in the supply chain is cost, thus price.

This function is very critical to apps and government; an absolute must.  Include it and government gets off your back. It is also mathematically required for optimum congestion, the consumer always gets his place in line.

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