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A universal framework for understanding incentive design in crypto and fiat systems Part-1

In order to change a prevailing extant system, one must first understand the system itself and that it is the nature of the system to resist a change. To solve the Coordination Problem, one must first understand clearly (a) how existing third-party enforcement rule systems work to create trust and (b) how the Bitcoin solution and its proposed decentralized governance system can provide a clear advantage to network users over Fiat at the level of incentive design.

What we found useful in the ongoing viksavaakya is a universal framework that can bring clarity and fine-tune our approach to enable such a transition and successfully create a decentralized economy.

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By Varun Vruddhula (Varun is an Aerospace Engineer who fell into the crypto rabbit hole, Follow him on Twitter)

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