πChain=>decentralizedCooperation

We can print currency, trust me, at home.  Buillon.  Now.  Treat that like a function.  decentralizedCooperation().  Tuck that away for a moment.  Now, just, call the function.

πChain implies decentralizedCooperation(dC).  I have a BlockChain.  Plugin Fibonacci for a block.  That gives you a fairly balanced and proven metric.  Golden section. You can scale or just fool around with pi.

So you’re left with connecting the dots and forgetting about linear chains.  That’s the problem with the financial eco-system today, what makes it so fragile is hierarchy in communications.  Wide cast filters.

Here’s the thing. People are louder today, we’re just hanging under someone else’s twitter feed, a filter, and we’re expecting sound above is as below, but that’s not the case.  We’re born to jaja today.  Each jaja is a story in itself. The baggage is there, that’s my BlockChain.  And there’s a bunch of us.  Try painting this picture for yourself.  Simple imagery.  And don’t forget, we’re distributed.  The dart board is packed with opportunity.

Put a dot in the middle of your picture and draw a line top to bottom.  Focus on the right side of your picture, fold the paper, put the left side under the right so you can’t see it and you’re left with the right story on the block {+1}.   Focus on that, leave everything else behind.  πChain => Decentralized Cooperation [ref 1].

πChain => Decentralized Cooperation


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[1] Alex Pazaitis, Primavera de Filippi, Vasilis Kostakis. Blockchain and value systems in the sharing economy: The illustrative case of Backfeed. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Elsevier,

2017, 125, pp.105-115. .10.1016/j.techfore.2017.05.02552 – (2017) Elsevier – Blockchain, value creation and Backfeed

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