World sustainable development provided by TRL

TRL's algorithm and its influence on rights and liberties. Social algorithm. 


TRL's Local Influence-countries


     The local price of TRL directly affects the pricing of TRL at a national level. Therefore, a significant fall in the TRL index invariably captures the attention of the whole community for local events in other regions and cities. Here's what this looks like in practice:
     Wengerberg is home to 2 million people, living across four districts (10 towns). In general, Wengerberg is more or less a free state. However, bad things do occasionally happen.

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     Moreover, disgruntled citizens of the capital of the country and other cities also openly express their dissatisfaction with the events taking place in the city of N. In order to prevent a fall in their ratings, the governing authority comes up with a solution: free the journalist and start an investigation into the mayor.
     The journalist, understanding that he is now protected by society's shield and that the authorities will no longer be able to encroach on his freedom, will continue his work eradicating government corruption, which will lead to the normalization of all processes: from the economy to the observance of rights and liberties.
And that's how it would work in every city of every country on the planet.

     In the city of N, a journalist writes an article in the local newspaper, about the mayor of the city stealing a significant sum through shell companies and transferring it to an offshore account. N is one of the most depressed towns in the country, adherence to human rights is poor and, before the emergence of TRL, the population behaved very passively. Therefore, the mayor is able to teach this journalist a lesson and imprison him on false charges. But, in this case the entire local community sticks up for the journalist because people see that the TRL index of their region has become significantly smaller and, consequently, their income payment from TRL is be much less than the tremendous amount that are used to and rely on.

     The Parameters Defining the Fluctuations in Price and Payments of TRL

     1) A universal, long term parameter, which participates in the formation of the main body of TRL. The determining values when forming the main body of TRL are those given by the world’s leading human rights organisations.

     2) The second parameter reacts LIVE to a change in the situation with rights and liberties in a regime and provides flexible, short term effect. This is essential for an instantaneous solution to and in order to put pressure on illegal actions against more vulnerable groups of specialists in the countries in which they are the least protected. In the LIVE-regime an algorithm for the analysis of news, which promptly appears on the partners’ news resources, will be employed.

     This is what it looks like in practice:


  In the event of a termination of prosecution the course of TRL will regain its position at 1.500 minus 3% i.e. it becomes equal to 1.485

     The price of TRL will react differently to various developments in a situation (the full algorithm will be published at the same time as the release of the finished version).
     Similarly, the price of TRL will fluctuate when the centre of distribution and analysis receives information from the partners who are monitoring the situation with journalists, civil activists and political prisoners.
In general, it is worth noticing that global ratings emerge from such local events, as well as from the development of the situation following these events. During the first few years of TRL’s existence, the data will be collected from the open sources of all respected international organisations, comprising of ratings in the areas which have an effect on the price of TRL.
     Global ratings of human rights organisations and the failure to execute judicial decisions made by international courts have the most negative effect on the rating of TRL-countries. The logic here is simple: any truly politically motivated prosecution is usually won [for example] by the ECHR and it is in the interests of every state not to bring such cases to the high offices because TRL will apply a progressive scale of influence on the fluctuation of the TRL scale: if an illegal court case is closed at the district court stage, the price of TRL returns to the original position. However, every subsequent step to an even higher authority will be met with harsher drops in the price of TRL, and an absolute drop will occur if the case reaches the ECHR and is lost by the state.

     Thus, states will be forced to cease political persecution at the earliest stages, and any court cases which have reached the ECHR on which the verdict is not in favour of respondent state will be executed. One of the most important factors regarding the security of the TRL algorithms is the independence of media outlets. The TRL Global Foundation will give out significant funds in support of independent journalists.

TRL Local-Foundation. Distribution center & Investment Arm

     The unconditional base income paid in cryptocurrency TRL is based on the average monthly wage (net) and the level of rights and liberties. The accrual (otherwise fixed price change) of cryptocurrency TRL is produced on the basis of the following value: 40% of the official average monthly wage in the country distributing TRL. The inclusion of citizens' income from TRL in statistical data of the average monthly wage is prohibited. Given the numerous differences between the richest and poorest countries in the world, the TRL algorithm will have the following rule: Every person who receives the accrual of TRL and is a citizen of one of the states, ranking in the top 35 for rights and liberties (as a rule these are also the richest countries), will have 20% automatically deducted from their TRL benefit for the TRL charity allowance. These funds are used for the development of the countries, which rank below 99th place for rights and liberties.

All transactions are via blockchain, information regarding the amount and recipient is publicly available. 


   Also every citizen receiving an allowance of TRL may voluntarily give away these accruals (or part thereof) to charity (to prevent the financing of illegal organisations, all operations are performed through the TRL Global Foundation, but the patron has the right to specify the desired organization for funding; to be able to receive TRL as a donation - NGOs must first submit registration documents to the TRL charity-fund system and pass the verification and validation checks in compliance with legal regulations to obtain the status of partner-organisation of the TRL charity program)

The average figures according to official sources inputted into the TRL algorithms (or how it looks in numbers) 

Let’s examine how this will look in practice. As an example, we shall take six countries, which can be found at different ends of the Rights and Liberties spectrum; the average monthly salary is indicated in brackets.

Finland ($2923), The Netherlands ($2879), and Japan ($2865) are at one end of the spectrum and Cameroon ($146), Ethiopia ($237), and Laos ($214) are at the other.

     According to their civil rights and liberties rating, the first three countries are defined as free, and the last three as not free. If there are no shocking revelations regarding civil rights and liberties (the emergence of political prisoners, pressure on the media and human rights defenders), the TRL for citizens of the first three countries will be 952, 927 and 642 respectively. (let’s give an average of the three values to make it simpler – 840)

     From each of these transactions, 7.5% (approx. $63) goes to the TRL Global Foundation. Thus, we see that the 20% contribution to the TRL Local Foundation in aid of the development of countries with a low level of rights and liberties amounts to approx. $155. A citizen of Finland, of The Netherlands and of Japan will, in effect, donate another average salary to people, who are exactly like them, but who live in Cameroon, Ethiopia or Laos! However, TRL is not a centre for the emission of money, but rather a Centre of Development. It is for this reason that only 25% of the TRL Local Foundation goes directly into the verified wallets of the inhabitants of African and Asian countries, while 75% of funds will be being directed towards humanitarian causes, as well as towards the support of non-commercial, civil sectors and independent media outlets. Through the crypto-wallets of TRL, people from countries with a high level of rights and liberties are sharing the most valuable resource of our civilisation with people, who are lacking those very rights and liberties. If only these six countries were to exist on our planet, the final sum, that would be given by developed countries, in which there lived approx. 100 million owners of TRL, in aid of the development of the remaining countries, would be higher than $15 billion. It is because of this that, in the future, TRL is capable of becoming the foundation of the universal unconditional basic income and will allow for the development of the newest methods in relation to economics.

     DO YOU KNOW: The average TRL Total in the TOP-35 countries (approx. 700 million adults) is $/TRL 543, but in the bottom 99, it is just $/TRL 62. This means that, following the initial use of TRL, countries with a low level of income and steady progress in terms of Rights and Liberties can collectively receive up to 76 billion, just from the income through the TRL Local-fund. Thus, over $56 billion will be directed towards humanitarian programmes and the development of basic principles of life in the 21st century. And all of this should directly influence the lives of more than 2 billion people, as well as indirectly influencing every one of us.