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Foundation shall pledge to press release on the "x"th day after the genesis, with utmost contingency, in an order as such as follows:

Cycle Cumulative Quanta Coefficient
0 1 1 1
1 2 0.5 2
2 3 0.25 4
3 4 0.125 8
4 5 0.0625 16
5 6 .03125 32
... ... ... ...
Each "Cycle" commences with the end-of-release of the prior Cycle.
Each subsequent cycle increments circulation by one unit.
Each Cycle offers 'twice' the the prior "Coefficient".
Each Cycle ends within 'one million' seconds.
Every subsequent cycle begins with the offering of the dedivine Right.
All Cycles shall begin offering shall begin at "ask.price = F(c)".
Any Cycles shall end with the filling of bids offered prior to next Cycle.
There can never be more than 23(24) Cycles, as described in section $::$.
Trivial Limits of Digital fungibility

As portrayed beforehand, the maximum fungibilty is "1E-07".
Mathematically, the lower bound of "6.66E+09" inherits a 0.0000001 quantum of the dedivine Right.

Probable trustless redistribution schematic

Following is a --decimal-precision-16 representation:

666xCyclex666x666x	666xCumulativex666x	666xQuantax666x666	666xCoefficientx666x666x666xxx

0.0000000000000000	1.0000000000000000	1.0000000000000000	1.0000000000000000
1.0000000000000000	2.0000000000000000	0.5000000000000000	2.0000000000000000
2.0000000000000000	3.0000000000000000	0.2500000000000000	4.0000000000000000
3.0000000000000000	4.0000000000000000	0.1250000000000000	8.0000000000000000
4.0000000000000000	5.0000000000000000	0.0625000000000000	16.0000000000000000
5.0000000000000000	6.0000000000000000	0.0312500000000000	32.0000000000000000
6.0000000000000000	7.0000000000000000	0.0156250000000000	64.0000000000000000
7.0000000000000000	8.0000000000000000	0.0078125000000000	128.0000000000000000
8.0000000000000000	9.0000000000000000	0.0039062500000000	256.0000000000000000
9.0000000000000000	10.0000000000000000	0.0019531250000000	512.0000000000000000
10.0000000000000000	11.0000000000000000	0.0009765625000000	1,024.0000000000000000
11.0000000000000000	12.0000000000000000	0.0004882812500000	2,048.0000000000000000
12.0000000000000000	13.0000000000000000	0.0002441406250000	4,096.0000000000000000
13.0000000000000000	14.0000000000000000	0.0001220703125000	8,192.0000000000000000
14.0000000000000000	15.0000000000000000	0.0000610351562500	16,384.0000000000000000
15.0000000000000000	16.0000000000000000	0.0000305175781250	32,768.0000000000000000
16.0000000000000000	17.0000000000000000	0.0000152587890625	65,536.0000000000000000
17.0000000000000000	18.0000000000000000	0.0000076293945313	131,072.0000000000000000
18.0000000000000000	19.0000000000000000	0.0000038146972656	262,144.0000000000000000
19.0000000000000000	20.0000000000000000	0.0000019073486328	524,288.0000000000000000
20.0000000000000000	21.0000000000000000	0.0000009536743164	1,048,576.0000000000000000
21.0000000000000000	22.0000000000000000	0.0000004768371582	2,097,152.0000000000000000
22.0000000000000000	23.0000000000000000	0.0000002384185791	4,194,304.0000000000000000
23.0000000000000000	24.0000000000000000	0.0000001192092896	8,388,608.0000000000000000

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F(c)

Any function 'F' in a chain 'c' is a relation of the worth of any Asset in a Chain to the present state of its utility. Resulting variable is a non-Newtonian in 'F'.
It can be described mathematically as follows:

F(c1)=100*log(x1,y1);
where,
x1=The outstanding capitalization;
y1=The rank of 'c1' in all(superset) 'c', ordered by 'c of x' (c.x) decrementally;
and is pronounced as "log x1 to base y1"

As of print, bitcoin has a F(c.bitcoin)=100*(log(72 666 000 666, 1)=x.bitcoin; and this relation shall hold true until bitcoin is the de-facto King of peer-to-peer cash environments.
- On contrasting to, say, Bitcoin Gold, with y.BTG=21 & x.BTG=420M$:
F(c=BTG)=1024*log(420 000 000, 21) = 8,436.
- For Ethereum, x=12B$, y=3:
F(c=ETH)=1024*log(12000000000,3)=21,136.
- For Tether, x=1.8B$, y=8:
F(c=USDT)=1024*log(1800000000,8)=10,246.
- For Peercoin, x=25M$, y=125:
F(c=$RPC)=1024*log(25000000,125)=3,346.
It can be thought of as a relevancy index, and its reciprocal subtracted from 0.01 as its relevancy in % (defined as R(c) overtly).

Nativity by origin

Any chain whereupon the foundation lays out the Right offer, shall be subjected to 'F' and its 'F.c' be derived appropriately in accord with section $::$.
The offering.ask shall always recalibrate at the start of a 'Cycle'.

Each unit Right can be bought at the free-market determined "F.c". Only officially endorsed sources of closing prices would be consulted for determination of the F uniquely each Cycle.

TL;DR
The "F(c)" shall be looked upon as a base-cost below which the price may not floor.
The buy-back orders shall be filled in by the Foundation after the final concluding Cycle (Cycle#23 or Cycle#24) at 666*(1/1024)*F(c) for every 'c' platform.

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