Found some wisdom, by other formulation, on this already somewhat old post of mine, in the post of Seth Godin here.
Had wanted to do a follow-up longform on it, but will have to defer to include Seth’s insights.
Suddenly sees the connection between money and information, once again, over the value connection…!? May want to delve into this, to establish ‘better’ pricing of information… or is it the other way around?
[Update before publishing]
#first here …: Suppose we create some yardstick of how much computing effort it costs to produce one bitcoin (or so) and then derive the dollar value (if we have to, in the first place) – would that lead to some value of Information (or value of computing power / cycles) …!?