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A schema for claiming districts upon the meta-terrain of a Bitcoin Block.
Click to expand for an explanation of each rule.
Bitcoins on-chain activity creates a natural meta-terrain made up of Blocks across spacetime, backed up and served immutably by each and every Bitcoin Node and Miner. By invoking the law of equivalence, a valid District takes on the traits of the block referenced by the blockheight number.
To make a claim on a block, a text inscription must be made using Ordinals Theory. The inscription must contain the blockheight (based on sequential order of blocks on the chain, starting from 0), followed by .bitmap, as above. This is considered a District Claim. However, it is only verified as a valid .bitmap if it satisfies the full ruleset.