PROTOCOLS FOR ECONOMIC-ORGANIZATIONAL EXPRESSION
THE ECONOMIC SPACE PROTOCOL
We are creating a set of symbiotic peer-to-peer economic networking protocols which give everyone equal capacities of ECONOMIC-ORGANIZATIONAL EXPRESSION.
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DISTRIBUTED EXCHANGE PROTOCOL
A partition resistant, scalable P2P exchange. Facilitates parity path of any tokenized information into any other among n-parties without a central state/global replication. Creates a “space of exchange” for different social meanings, properties & intentions to become expressible & exchangeable.
DISTRIBUTED CREDIT ISSUANCE & CLEARING PROTOCOL
Payments and settlements without ‘money’. By issuing and matching liquidity tokens agents gain the capability to create and enter the P2P credit and clearing network in the DXP protocol. Offer matching mediated by a shared unit of account and exchange and settlement enabled by netting w/o the need to “hold” the unit, creates a system for securing liquidity w/o the need to control the issuance of a “money”.
DISTRIBUTED STAKE PROTOCOL
Designability of risk-sharing relationships. By issuing and matching stake token offers agents gain capability to create and enter a P2P stakeholding network in the DXP protocol. Allows new forms of sharing risk & upside directly among peers and designability of these forms; you can stakehold around values and networks that you value.
NETWORK INDEXING AND NETWORK DERIVATIVES PROTOCOL
Informational value expression. Performance scripting and data indexing protocol for expressing what is valuable. Allows anything that can be perceived as an information event to be articulated as valuable and a basis of “ surplus” generation and derivative instrumentation (tokens). Together they form mechanisms for collectively narrating and navigating the economy.
“The nature of our economic networks is bound by the expressivity of the language that can conceive them”
– Prof. Benjamin Lee, ECSA Chief Economic Linguist
EXPANDING THE GRAMMAR OF OUR ECONOMIC EXPRESSION
DISTRIBUTED RUNTIME FOR NETWORK PROGRAMS
Distributed Network Runtime that provides secure computational containment, serialization, persistence, networking, and hardware interfaces to be utilized upwards throughout the ECSA stack. This is a highly scalable protocol that does not rely on a globally shared clock and provides strong security, fail recovery and high availability. It ensures network wide consistency, and enables distributed atomic transactions.
A NETWORK PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
A capability oriented organizational development environment and language to easily reason about, describe and program organizations (Networks). The protocol allows distributed applications (“economic spaces”) to interoperate, regardless of their implementation substrate.
VALUE EXPRESSION AND ECONOMIC INTEROPERABILITY GRAMMAR
Networked value production, distribution and expression through a new recursive economic abstraction: The Economic Space. Economic Space Protocols enable the creation of dis-intermediated economic-organizational forms that follow a shared economic grammar.