signature

A (digital) signature is a server-side authenticator in a proof-of-work scheme.
[Do not confuse with key signature, time signature.]

Because each opus/fibor has an intentical ¢ent value associated with its image, only a finite number of ¢ents can be allocated to a signee (ie. juker). Such game logic (cassette+certificate+token) designation requires genuine digital validation/verification before or so push/pull requests can be approved for transaction (known as securing🔐). Otherwise, an object is subjected to double-spending, or a user can hypothetically create counterfeit (non-injective) assets - hijack the platform to forge proof - which is fraudulent and disallowed. (see juke notation, coupon)
/// Signatures, manifested in tutti progression, are ultimately a means for reducing rotisserie stress.

As a further integrity measure, this data is defaulted to the ledger (as public information).
Function map: patchγ-proofcassettesignatureUUelcome

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