Exchange of Goods and Services

Chiralkine counting can be used to control the exchange of goods and services in a way that treats participants symmetrically. It provides a solution to the double co-incidence of wants problem inherent in barter that works on a new principle, not money and debt.

The paired numbers can be used to couple together offers and wants posted in a marketplace, ensuring that the interests of participants are tracked until their offers and wants have been cleared.

Offers and wants posted in the marketplace are cleared using a process under the control of chiralkine counting.

There are no imaginary stores of value (money and debt) created and redeemed in this process. Each “want” is paid for with an “offer” that is real. The entire process could be performed under the control of smart locks that would lock and unlock objects being exchanged under the control of the chiralkine counting.