Referent member

 

G1 currency co-creators who are the most connected in the network. (a bit vague and unclear)

 

What is the role of a Referent Member?

A Referent Member doesn't have to do anything else than other G1 Currency co-creators. The only reason a Referent Member exists is to calculate the distance rule

Who are the Referent Members?

Referent members are the most active and connected people in the Web of Trust. They are G1 currency co-creators who have received and given a certain number of certifications. Currently, in 2022, this number is a minimum of 6 certifications given and 6 certifications received.

How much certifications do I need to be a Referent Member ? 

The minimum number of certifications given and received needed to be considered as a referent member is evolving as the Web of Trust evolves and grows. There is a mathematical formula that is calculating what this number is.

Simply put, this figure, Y, is calculated by getting the total number of G1 currency co-creators in the Web of Trust (N) to the power of 1/5, rounded to the nearest integer:

Y[N] = ceiling (Nˆ(1/5))

Legend: 

  • Y = Minimum number of received and sent certifications required to be a Referent
  • N = Total number of G1 currency co-creator in the Web of Trust

Examples:

  • If there are between 1024 and 3125 G1 currency co-creators, then the minimum number of certifications needed to be considered as a Referent Member is 5: for 1024 < N ≤ 3125, we get Y[N] = 5
  • For 7776 < N ≤ 16807 we get Y[N] = 7
  • For 59049 < N ≤ 100000 we get Y[N] = 10

That's because:

  • 5ˆ5 = √3125
  • 6ˆ5 = √7776
  • 7ˆ5 = √16807
  • 9ˆ5 = √59049
  • etc.


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