I’m starting to understand this now, and how to possibly develop this kind of transaction…
Sam Batista

The Ripple framework is good because it traces how value is created and finds the shortest path for liquidity.

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Ripple Whitepaper (2004)

Ripplepay (2006)

Ripple.com (2012)

My idea then was that Ripple provided a very detailed map of how value is created and inter-linked. Perhaps the most detailed map imaginable. Ripple finds the shortest path for how a transaction could occur, and for how something could be instantiated into the world.

So, the Ripple framework is a revolution in and of itself, if only for the sheer beauty of it, https://www.ripplecharts.com/#/graph

So, you can imagine patterns in how economies are rendered through the Ripple framework, and how your contributions today and the work you do is linked to work you’ll do a year from now. That’s a 4 dimensional map.

The wealth that is redistributed in the Resilience network, goes directly to individuals who have added in some way to a future state of a world. So individuals receive dividend of future wealth creation, that in some way branches out from that individuals consumption. And, the Ripple algorithm always find the shortest path between what you consume, and how you in turn add value to where you consumed from. So, your own personal safety net will constantly be branching out in different directions.

So, as a start, check out Ripple.

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