This article discusses the discovering a new distributed value form and value calculus which are different to the capitalist commodity form and calculation of value…
“We have been working on a token which draws on frontier approaches to finance and valuation, accentuating liquid, derivative exposures. Our token issuance will remain in direct proportion to trends in the value of produced output.”
This article offers a detailed comparison of definitions relevant to cryptoeconomics, encompassing the components at play. In revealing that the underlying economics of current blockchain endeavors is remarkably conventional and conservative, this articles evinces pathways and hacks towards radical post-capitalist alternatives.
Could we think of a thresholding, a binding, an accounting system — a token valuation system — in which organizations operating within ECSA (the so called “economic spaces”, our version of 21st century modes of economic association) nominate the performance criteria by which they want their assets and output to be valued: ways that will specifically address the contributions of intangible capital and immaterial labour, so that social contribution can be recorded in ways that best befit those contributions?