lnq 👨🏿‍🦱: token


With respect to metering, a token initiates an opus-agnosic rotisserie session in which Egglepple is manipulated so as to enable compliance.

The duration of a session* [run:PE] is maximum one (1) period (26 seconds [2600 centiseconds]) for entry [stewc (coupon dialing) = per each token counted, stewcer only has given session window to encrypt STU within handicap] before forfeiture, and exit time (ie. merchant acceptance or else valid=no) is vended ¢ents🪙 correlated (1 ¢ent🪙 = 1 centisecond [1/100th second]).** A bid as enumerated by the value of the token.

A gamepiece token (cache operator) is house-issued as reimbursement, and will expire when its ¢ents🪙 are exhausted (¢ents🪙→0).
/// From its creation during an open session, ¢ents🪙 have one period to vend (be dispersed). Once accepted, merchants have until the token expires⌛ before ¢ents🪙 then get recycled/returned♻ to the jukebox.

Although opus-agnostic, tokens only collect a return at the close🔒 of the opus into which they were bought. So, for instance, buying into a 1¢ opus to play a 5¢ opus can still pay off, but only after the 1¢ opus closes🔒. Until then, the return from the 5¢ opus will not circulate (circulate=no). (see crypto normalization, link, ornamentation, carrot🥕, sticker)

In UUe-speak, the input (ie. fee) would be some tablature iteration (fret), and the output is (measured in) ¢ents🪙. To make a physics analogy, tokens mimic entropy by introducing a clock⏱.