The oo.computer uses a set of template signals including INIT, CLAIM, TRANSFER, VALUE, DISCARD, INVOICE, RECEIPT, VERSION, and HACKED
Signallers store their signals in a local-first append-only log (blockchain) using the Hypercore Protocol
Signallers share their signals with a Distributed Hash Table, using Hyperswarm
A signaller's part of the Idea Value Tree is derived from their VALUE and DISCARD signals
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Filters are groups of value signallers.
Filters determine which parts of the Idea Value Tree are presented.
Only ideas and contexts that have value signals from the filters are displayed.
Filterer weightings are presented across the bottom of the screen as a bar-chart:
To change the weighting of a filterer, a user signals value in the filterer.
The most valued idea comes to the fore.
The rank of an idea depends on the proportion of value signals it received from each filter.
An indication of the relative value ascribed to an idea is given by the coloured bandings around its icon.
Token supply increases by 0.25% per week
The new tokens are given to the value signallers for that week
Token holders can claim a proportional share of the income
The mechanism design uses signal chains to verify profit share calculations during payment (gates)