🚴Citizen Anchor Consensus

In Avive, the relationship between citizens and anchors is characterized by synergy and mutual reinforcement. The high computing power of citizens is enhanced by the strong influence and energy of anchors, while anchors benefit from the increased computing power of citizens.

This symbiotic relationship is facilitated by the spatial fusion rank algorithm, which harnesses the interconnections between individuals and assets to calculate social computing power and establish mechanisms for the distribution of profits. The spatial fusion rank algorithm is at the core of Avive's Proof of Networking (PON) algorithm, laying the foundation for a thriving ecosystem where the combined efforts of citizens and anchors fuel innovation and prosperity.

The computing power of an Anchor is influenced by its level, the assets injected into it, and the nearby Citizens.The level of an Anchor reflects its overall strength and capability. Higher-level Anchors possess more powerful computing abilities, enabling them to perform more complex tasks and processes within the Avive ecosystem.

The presence of nearby Citizens also impacts the computing power of an Anchor. Anchors with a higher number of nearby Citizens possess stronger computing capabilities. This is because the interaction and connectivity between Citizens and Anchors contribute to overall network effects and computational efficiency.

By considering these factors, Avive ensures that the computing power of Anchors accurately reflects their value and contribution within the ecosystem. This creates a dynamic and interconnected environment that allows users to maximize their potential and benefit from the collective strength of the Avive community.

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