The value of an average human life

1 year has 31,557,600 seconds.
With an average lifespan of 80 years:

2,524,608,000 ツ


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So there is no human alive anymore who was more seconds old than the count of humans alive.
Grin is able to process more transactions per week than the count of humans who come into being, plus count of humans dissipate in that period. It will take 3 to 4 centuries until there might be more grin than humans alive.

If one of these claims turns out to be wrong that’s an indicator of catastrophe.

The logic in my post is insane and silly. Was just meant to be a little joke in absurdity :slight_smile:


So if you accumulate more than 2,524,608,000 ツ you have exceeded your life expectations. Damn, I got to update my original ツ balance goal… :smiling_face_with_tear:


Since exaxtly that many coins will exist at that time (no two people can own all those coins), that number doesn’t describe the value of a human life. I think it actually describes the value of an entire generation of human lives (or at least humans interested in Grin :sweat_smile:)