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The exchange rate of bitcoin must be analyzed from the point of view of the quantitative theory of digital money, which is currently the basic one in the digital economy. According to this theory, the cost of bitcoin depends on only three parameters:

Cost of digital money = Y / (V * M)

• Y– is the amount for which transactions were made over a certain period of time.
• V– is the velocity of circulation of digital money.
• M– is the amount of digital money in circulation.

Then the cross mathematics of digital money is applied:

Amount of digital money = S * (Y / V)

• Y– is the amount for which transactions were made over a certain period of time.
• V– is the velocity of circulation of digital money.
• S– is the value of digital money.

Accordingly, by increasing the number of participants and circulating bitcoins in the cross-currency system, the cost of the cryptocurrency itself and the number of circulating coins in the system's participants also increases.

This mathematics is implemented in the "Turbo MMM" system in the form of voluntary donations, where project participants make a turnover of bitcoins according to the mathematical formula presented above.

We know all the numbers that our common system has. We know the total amount of donations, the number of system participants, and the number of bitcoins in circulation in the system, so we embody the idea of a fair distribution of digital money, so that participants of our system multiply their bitcoins every day.