This article discusses a crucial tool that we work with: the notion of a grammar pervading the protocols of Economy.
As all our efforts go into the creation of a language for new forms of economic expression, it should be noted that although ECSA’s grammar is capable of expressing capitalist network protocols, it effectively surpasses them. It can encompass capitalist value calculus, but express more qualified values. The grammar we propose refuse their collapse into the monological value-expression that disqualifies non-money values as economic externalities.
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.”