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Automatic Increase Market Systems (AIMS): Towards a deterministic theory for cryptocurrencies
  • Wantall Newby ,
  • Nickuk Nishikawa
Wantall Newby
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Nickuk Nishikawa

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The popularity of cryptocurrencies has grown significantly in recent years, and they have become an important asset for internet trading. One of the main drawbacks of cryptocurrencies is the high volatility and fluctuation in value. The value of cryptocurrencies can change rapidly and dramatically, making them a risky investment. Cryptocurrencies are largely unregulated, which can exacerbate their volatility. The high volatility of cryptocurrencies has also led to a speculative bubble, with many investors buying and selling cryptocurrencies based on short-term price fluctuations rather than their underlying values. Therefore, how to reduce the fluctuation risk introduced by exchanges, transform uncertain prices to deterministic value, and promote the benefits of decentralized finance are critical for the future development of cryptos and Web 3.0.
To address the issues, this paper proposes a novel theory as Automatic Increase Market Systems (AIMS) for cryptos, which could potentially be designed to automatically adjust the value of a cryptocurrency helping to stabilize the price and increase its value over time in a deterministic manner. We build a crypto, WISH (https://wishbank.wtf),  based on AIMS in order to demonstrate how the automatic increase market system would work in practice, and how it would influence the supply of the cryptocurrency in response to market demand and finally make itself to be a stable medium of exchange, ensuring that the AIMS is fair and transparent.