Math for Numbers is releasing a limited collection of math based non-fungible tokens (NFT) to be used in any way the community wants. Math is the perfect companion to pair with just about any random number living on the blockchain. By themselves, random numbers while beautiful, are somewhat useless. These amazing number communities have been tirelessly working to build out entire number based ecosystems. There are many exciting new uses for random numbers and we fully support the growing numbers community.

In order to best support these respective communities we are proud to introduce the concept of mathematics to the ecosystem. Using Math for Numbers in combination with random numbers could produce less random and therefore much more meaningful numbers to be used in just about any way imaginable. We are really excited to bring math to the number masses!

Many believe that the Egyptians and Babylonians used basic arithmetic operations over 4000 years ago. The math artifacts found do not show exactly how they were used to solve math problems but proved that these ancient civilizations worshiped both numbers and mathematics. Math for Numbers strives to more precisely define mathematical expressions on the blockchain so future generations do not have to guess how modern mathematics were used to solve simple, complex and what might even seem impossible problems.

Operators.

Arithmetic operations are an essential part of number theory and one of the major building blocks of modern mathematics. They include basic operators such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division but also more complex concepts like exponentiation and logarithms.

Constants.

Constants are key and unambiguous fixed values that are interesting in some way. They are used throughout all of mathematics and can come in many forms such as: natural numbers, whole numbers, real numbers, integer or even decimal values.

Math Variables.

Variables represent an entity whose value isn't fixed and changes as per the change in its usage. These can be used as a placeholder to solve computations or to set values for use in more complex mathematic sequences.

Comparisons

Comparisons allow for a boolean evaluation of simple numbers or complex expressions. They allow for explicit comparisons and return true or false result.

Math Helpers & Functions

Helpers & Functions are other ways to work with numbers and math expressions. In most cases calling Helpers & Functions will transform inputs into some type of more meaningful output.

Symbols of Significance

Mathematics are full of symbols that represent objects, actions of objects, relationships or math structure. All are important but others are truly significant. These are the best of the best of mathematics.

Final Thoughts

Math for Numbers is clearly breaking new ground in the random numbers ecosystem. Most of the of the derivative random number projects have focused on how to use the numbers as seeds for generative graphical and musical art. All of them are unique and most of them produce very interesting results and we encourage you to explore those.

Now that you have explored what is included in Basic Math you should check out more about our minting process and visionary community roadmap. When complete you should browse the launch collection over at OpenSea. Please don’t hesitate as there are a limited quantity of nearly free items to ensure that math is not held from any math lovers.

Ultimately random numbers are numbers and they should not be held without pairing them with math. Numbers without math and math without numbers are just impossible to think of. If numbers don’t really exist they should at the very least not be alone. Do the right thing and make your numbers better.