as @matograine has advised you, I would suggest you to visit my translation of the Galileo module (which has nothing to do with a computer module, it is a form of exercise that can be done to get a better understanding of the RTM). And then you can check my own solution (in English on the same blog pages). But the best is to do it yourself.
Yes. As I’d said, UD is static while G1 is dynamic. But UD is also a universal measuring of value for any community using Duniter. Why you don’t welcome other communities? It remembers @jytou’s smokescreen’s to prevent me from creating local Duniter blockchains.
And I’m proud for, even being a newbie, being able to guess a lot about how Duniter works, and I love it as fits my ideas since times. And I thank a lot for the module you’d sent, I was really to look for a good and understandable guide for RTM, which I promote a lot in social networks.
Yes, it is. I’m from Bitcoin/Ethereum, and it can be perfectly called circulating supply, as I doubt G1 and other dynamic units (I know this nomenclature is wrong) haves a fixed max. cap.
I didn’t clicked to read it.
I’m scrapping the whole blog using wget, and I’ll upload it to IPFS. I love your content.
But instead of a « infants go home » guide requirement (which for me is a pleasure to understand RTM), the remaining question since the start of this topic: does Duniter or its clients (Sakya, Cesium and other I don’t remember the name) supports showing the DU of a community, and from that base data, calc how many G1’s in actual semester forms 1 DU?
I think there is a misunderstanding here (I am not sure to understand your sentence, and I think you misunderstood what a libre currency is.)
The universal dividend is a form of monetary creation that guarantees equal access to the currency for each member of the community using this currency. It is not an equal access for all humans, unless the « community » is the whole Mankind (Duniter was not conceived with this aim).
So, each community can create its own libre currency. When exchanging with people from another community, either the vendor or the buyer would necessary have to change one currency to another, much like we do when we travel to another country.
However, the RTM gives us a way to compare the relative density of two currencies. This is not a formula to form an exchange rate, but it can indicate us what a current exchange rate could be. (I did not experiment this formula, but one could do it to compare two Non-Libre Units).
An « exchange price » only exists when two people trade together. It does not exist outisde this transaction. Statistics on exchange prices indicates which price others have paid, but it does not say anything about one particular trade.
For now, G1 is the only libre currency, so this exchange case does not happen. But I am sure that we will have to deal with it one day
There must have been a misunderstanding, if you understood it that way. I would certainly be glad to see new libre currencies popping up all over the world in different regions (esp. America Latina, Africa, India…). The only point is that if you do want to create a new currency, then you need to have the developers to maintain it yourself as the French developers already have too much on their plate right now. And creating a currency with no support is definitely a bad idea since that currency could crash any day, and you would instantly lose the confidence of the users. And the only thing that a currency needs is confidence. So yes, unless you have the developers, I would discourage you to create a new currency, which doesn’t mean at all that I don’t wish to see other currencies emerge, on the contrary. Besides, launching a Brazilian currency maintained by French developers is just as relevant as African countries using a currency maintained by the French government, isn’t it? We see what kind of problem it causes.
I’m not sure I fully understand your question, but cesium shows everything you want to know about the currency in the “Currency” section: number of members over time, current total money mass (you call it circulating money), current value of a DU in Ğ1, current growth, all the formulas used to calculate the DU and the WOT parameters, etc. You can also display everything either in DU or in Ğ1, depending on your preference.
No problem. As long as the origin of the contents is mentioned, it is public contents so I have no problem with you copying it.