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If this language is Turing-complete, it should be usable for programming, right? --MathR (talk) 14:28, 10 June 2021 (UTC)


Given this is a brainfuck-derivative, wouldn't this language be considered Turing-complete?? -Expliked Feb 17th 11:51 PST

Probably, as long as the coin continues to have a non-zero price. --Keymaker (talk) 21:14, 17 February 2021 (UTC)

Assuming bignum cells, once you set a cell to a nonzero value, there's no reliable way to set it back to zero (because the price of Bitcoin changes all the time, it's probable that whatever nonzero values you have in your cells won't be divisible by the current price and so no number of increbitcoins or decrebitcoins will help you). That said, the language is Turing-complete anyway because you can compile brainfuck minus - into it (but the mere fact that it's a BF derivative isn't enough by itself). --ais523 21:50, 17 February 2021 (UTC)