The Peer Value (υ\upsilon) is at the center of the Āutonomy Matrix - and it’s derived from:

  1. Participation Score of an individual across one or more decentralized Hubs

  2. Each Hub’s Prestige - identifying the credibility of a decentralized project/community

  3. Variety of Tasks completed by the Participant (the user-to-contract actions made on-chain)

  4. The connections of a Participant to their Peers.

The υ\upsilon is a “romantic” parameter - that represents the product between different independent variables that define the actions and participations of a free individual in a decentralized world. It uses mathematics to keep the highest degree of precision while leaving the maximum level of freedom and intentionality to participants, weighing in concepts such as the credibility of the community/ies they are part of to extrapolate the “human value” that an individual contributes to a localized environment.

It uses a directed graph approach considering the Prestige ( Ph\mathfrak{P}_{\tt h \cdot}) of a Hub/Community, together with the connections of an individual (Betweenness, or β\beta) and the variety of their actions, so that the value of a Participant's contribution to a Hub (relative/local value) can be portable on a global scale (absolute value).

This is a "true passport to the decentralized web" and the first-ever, provider-unbiased, on-chain Global Reputation Aggregator.

Prestige (Pn\mathfrak P_{n}) is a measure of the overall value and credibility of a Hub within the Āut ecosystem, and is determined by a combination of various factors, including the size of the Hub, the reputation of its members, and their levels of commitment.

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