As playable* crypto🧩, ludeiy is combinatorial^ bubblegum counted at one-hundred ¢ents🪙 (handicap = 100¢) as the control [base unit range = $1 - $676] of transaction💱.** ie. strategies that get extrapolated to other fibors. ^^ +inherently cryptographic and volatile.

"I'm a willionaire: I make and spend as much as I want according to my will." - 🧑🏿lnq

Ludeiy is our Q♯🎶 entrée [part of the standard opening for encryption], which acts as the default (however interchangeable) ballet on UUe's rotisserie. (see juke tax, residue, token, MONEY, link, penny fret, toy, gameshow, font, cryptocurrency, ca$htag, 🧑🏿lnq's bubblegum)
/// +The value (in a swap) of ludeiy is subjected to - and dependent on - its topology.
+Obviously, the ¢ent🪙 value will be slighter greater than one dollar because of the pip multiple.
+It is pronounced "loo-dee". Etymologically (Latin), 'ludus' means 'game/play'. The spelling with 'ei' comes from my surname 'Starbureiy'. That way you know it's a word I made up.😊

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  1. Back in 15th, 16th, and 17th Centuries Europe, mathematicians spoke different languages throughout the continent (eg. English, French, German, Spanish, Greek, etc.). Then, they had the bright idea to all use Latin as the standard for conveying their research, thus eliminating the need for translation. In a similar mold, we can view ludeiy as our 'financial Latin'.