crypto

In general, crypto refers to a 🧩puzzle that lends itself to a cipher (some unsecured🔓 function space secured🔐 by an algorithm or quantum phenomena). By definition, its reward function, if any, is backed by proof-of-work.
/// +Technically, it's the proof-of-work that makes something crypto.
+We assume that such a function space is insecure🔓 (randomized), and crypo exists to stabilize it.


As it specifically relates to UUe, crypto is a synonym for 'statistical estimation to an actual yield' (¢ent🪙-energy🔋 conversion), as calculated from the ¢ent🪙 formula and its hash complexities. Juking helps ensure fitness (ie. core efficiency) [:= data compression relative to spontaneous egg-epp reactivity🔋 ≜ (file size vs. energy usage)]. (see cryptocommodity, cryptocurrency, cryptosport, cryptic compliance, crypto normalization, mathematics, bug)