y-proof

A yesegalo proof, or y-proof (or just proof), is a juking algorithm mapping some preimage to its image. Proofing substantiates a token, thereby certifying its value (as an asset).! Each proof involves patching two (2) genera in T: yesegalo↔meshroom.^While also helping us draw up better heuristics. A framework for conduction: does a ballet groove with(in) the Symphony?

Y-proofing tasks: determine the efficiency of an EGP encryption [ie. solve the given puzzle; is the resulting fibor economical (fit within the handicap)|(u,u)=0|?].

The proof itself is scored* as a stereotype (sequenced shapeframe) in some overall animation. The end of a proof (solution) should result in the closing🔒 of a string (eg. fibor). We endeavor to find the most secure🔐 proofs by improving upon the bounds on classes of twistors. Doing so aids our MONEY-making.Proofs of juke input are published (to the ledger) in juke notation. (see also juke notation)

Note (+): As with the traditional printing press, the primary reason for proofing is to provide confirmation/verification that a job (done) is accurate. Doing so draws a consensus (from independent, third-party sources -- read: jukers) for the creation of a new standard. It is important to note that proofs are unique (ie. duplication is forbidden on the circuit). All proofs are published to the ledger.




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