The important feature of money is that it is a perfect accounting protocol. As long as this task is accomplished, enabled by high power AI, we should want our currency to be completely worthless as a medium itself. I have an idea that combines the Proof-of-Stake modality of Ethereum and the uncapped volumetric feature of the Dogecoin token. The goal is a blockchain-driven token metric that adds buying power to a users account in terms of credits or points, which can be obtained by the simplest acts of sharing other people’s content on social media. We are being sold to and hired by advertising agencies unwittingly as it is, and in the model I am presenting here the AI’s task would be to scour the web for every instance of content viewership, paying market-derived stimulus credits or points out reflexively and indexing all copyright data on the blockchain, so that tokens can be paid out for all instances of social engagement with one’s social media activity void of copyright restrictions and narrow communication pipelines. The structural economic incentive becomes ‘to create the most engaging and accessible destination for consumers, regardless of industry’. This coin model could allow someone to get paid for sharing the work of others, but would simultaneously preserve the intrinsic credit value earned by copyright holders by the nature of the unbracketed, holographically value-stratified, unlimited and interest-free stimulus payments for all marketable activities from stock growth of large corporations to the slightest measurable social engagement. In effect, the currency is a successful accounting metric yet the tokens themselves are designed to be spent, rendering them perfectly worthless. With one of the main problems our world faces today being not innovation and supply, but stagnation and demand, this model should decrease market waste to a supply quotient approaching 1 and a demand coefficient of 0.