Monetary Premium

Simple Definition of Monetary Premeium
  • The monetary premium herein simply refers to an asset’s information insensitivity and its ability to withstand the test of time; for an asset to be used in transactions, users must not worry about its future value, and must be comfortable with its economic history.
  • Censorship resistance, security, a predictable (and stable) monetary policy and an otherwise justifiable and sustainable value proposition are also key in order to enable social scalability.