When the number of co-creators of money reaches a stable state.
In libre currency systems, what we call "full money" is when the average amount of UD per G1 currency co-creator becomes stable.
When the number of G1 currency co-creators is almost not increasing anymore (N is stable), the UD re-evaluation is very close to 4,88%. So every 6 months, the UD value is divided by 1.0488.
After 40 years, the value of the UD will reach around 3925 G1. With every 6 months re-evaluation (division by 1.0488) the account will be brought back to 3742 UDğ1. (that's very confusing.. i don't know what you mean here?)
In 6 six months, a G1 currency co-creator account creates 182 or 183 UDğ1.
3742 + 183 = 3925
All along the semester (in 40 years ?), the quantity of UDğ1, each G1 currency co-creator will create between 3742 and 3925 UDğ1. It's impossible to create more UDğ1.
So the full money is when the number of G1 currency co-creators has been stable for at least 40 years (or when the number of G1 currency co-creators is stable and the system has been existing for at least 40 years ? ==> Check with G1 Expert). (that's very confusing.. i don't know what you mean here?)