VISA International defined "ownership" as "non-transferable right of participation".
What it does:
It starts asking how Users can own software systems (including memes, memory, network, consensus, money)
How I built it:
Challenges I ran into:
clarity, feature creep
Accomplishments that I'm proud of:
root the prob maybe
What I learned:
What's next for GIF: Player Owns The Game.
1) WIN: make Wyoming #1 in modernizing the MEME of money a) compare ledgers w/ U of WYO b) own most fun distributed APP in history c) sell tiny.cc/ndn network choice 2) RESET: hide all complexity 3) ASK: if creative non-programmers wanna take control of GIF, if so then how? 4) LEGALIZE: if users want, then 'make players own game' legally; define 'OWNERSHIP' as 'non-transferable right of participation' extending to all users, makers, players