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Real value for real markets

The parallel solicitations from the Federal Reserve Bank, European Central Bank, and other global financial institutions prove the current existing market demand for Calculus as well as the legal basis for Calculus.

Calculus exceeds the desired outcomes of central banks and other legacy financial institutions restoring their primacy, profitability, and relevancy.


Calculus is the rational choice

In the long term, Calculus is designed to be the single Universal Transaction Engine for all transaction volume, meaning that when almost anything anywhere is bought, sold, or transferred that value will flow through Calculus. Calculus has exceptionally strong network effects coupled with exceptionally strong financial incentivization making full global transition to Calculus probable.

Calculus advancements to the core Financial Market Infrastructure allow for near-instant transactions globally with substantially reduced costs and risk which leads to further increases in transaction volume. If you make something better, faster, and cheaper you generally increase the consumption of that thing.

Deals that were untenable, because of time delays, cost, or risk, are now profitable. Financial systems that were only synchronized daily or monthly can now be synchronized continuously. Payments that were infeasible due to cross-border constraints are now feasible.

In light of these facts, it is reasonable to assume that following the adoption of Calculus UTE, global transaction volume will experience marked growth as a result of these advancements in the same way that data volumes increased as a result of the internet.

Calculus is a unique and feasible solution with high product differentiation that is highly valuable to a very large market with limited competition and significant barriers to entry, while also having exclusive control of essential proprietary components.


Calculus provides continuing value to investors.

Calculus earns revenue by charging fees on transaction volume.

Calculus distributes earned revenue from transaction fees through Rights Securities.

Rights Securities are a tracking stock of the Calculus Universal Transaction Engine (UTE) receiving top line revenue from transaction fees which are distributed as dividends. Simply, as transaction volume increases investors make more money.

Rights Securities allow investors to have an investment with maximal liquidity, no dilution, top line revenue distribution, and provide the opportunity for member ownership in that which is the core of Calculus.

Global transaction volume was $7.499 quadrillion in 2017, which represents the target market for Calculus. This volume is currently spread over many fragmented networks. Legacy commercial payments revenue, alone, totaled $1.9 trillion in 2017 and is growing at an annual rate of 9% despite the fragmentation and limitations of this infrastructure. Calculus creates universal interoperability and standardization within and between these fragmented networks creating larger markets, economies of scale, and increased competition on a global scale.