Writer’s block calls for desperate measures! Western Gematria, for instance. With Phil Sandifer (who clearly likes to connect things “around the back”, as Nick Land puts it) doing some sort of chaos magic sigil thing to turn Gnon into an ancient hand-puppet, what better opportunity to test my Ashkenazi chops in numerology?
A production quota is defined as a limit on production, set by someone other than those purchasing the good in question – a government, a cartel, etc. In the case of Bitcoin, miners produce “transaction entries in the Bitcoin ledger” and those wishing to make those entries must pay miners to do so. The question is if this good is subject to quota. Continue reading “Note on the block size limit”