As we activate the first actual private node that utilizes the infinite vector data method, we achieved numbers and calculations that transcended calculators and current outlined maximums in data types for c#, PHP, and even C++ but this wasn’t impressive at all. This is just the beginning of a necessary measure.

We’re working on some things that will definitely add some layer of trade and value to time itself as an infinite layer of measure and trade transcending time and space limitation as currently defined in physics ironically using physics lol.

Firstly we Layer data types per language  and customize an  SDK

Each. SDK comes packaged with arbitrary endpoint idv builders that translate packages into a common language data types that you can in turn automate common APIs apps and games uses to own or monitor where you’re already centralized and what the actual data those access points are receiving and sending.

The Intention of owning and/monitoring data.

By this we can now as developers and enthusiasts of good development rather game, app, library, API, SDK, or program, firmware, middleware, etc.. can become our own arbitrary trade central with a progressive authorization system that you implicitly control.

Once you gain a basic function understand of the stack language you’ll have full 100% control of a network stack and their authentication lies between you and how you develop your network using the Central Node R3 Auth Alpha Prototype, R Protected, and up to X Public Beta Test Nodes.

Competent Test Nodes.

Test Nodes can do everything a Production Node/Stack can do however a basic R3 Node Node will immediate expose the type Auth.

The purpose is that a system can test real financial trade systems using the systems in the test API which is also RESTable.

The nodes utilizes a complex stack of programming languages to accept and cast Implicit data type definitions from end points and methods to interconnect data into common language vectors and infinitely scale numbers into a (idvn) Infinity Data Vector Numbers.











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