If you have a token of, say MYTOKEN, we refer to it with capitalized letters. We’re lucky to have this standard as it makes XCP tokens stand out across crypto.
Since there is a unique “mytoken” asset ownership independent of the MYTOKEN tokens, I wonder how best to reference it in the least confusing way?
One way could be to use lowercase with a domain extension, e.g.
Perhaps @ would be better?
Then, of course, there are subasset owneships:
Since subasset are case-sensitive, it could make sense to apply a soft rule that only low caps are allowed for aliases. That’s how namecoin domain works. On the protocol all three are allowed;
d/BITCOIN but only
d/bitcoin is a standard .bit domain.
This is only brainstorming from me at this point. Curious to hear what you think.