Blockchain Interoperabilty: NATO's #interoperability system of systems interoperabiliity engineering framework i.e., sync delta's, structured data exchange alpha numeric brevity codes, symbol sets... is the best starting point. #Coindesk: The Opportunity for Interoperable Chains of Chains 

ARTICLE: The Tao of “The DAO” or: How the autonomous corporation is already here LINK

Bitcoin blockchain blocks, agents, motes, bots, heartbeat, beacon are metaphors for intervals, time cycles available to process / not process SYNTAX. The internet is coded, programmed using time cycles to process instructions, commands etc. It follows that the key to achieving consistency, interoperability among myriad memes and establishing a consistent, systemic one world economic system of systems is to focus on two main common building blocks -- time cycles and syntax. USPTO applications leading up to 13/573,002 establish these facts in my opinion

Syntax may be represented by <XML> {"JSON"or form fields ''FFIRN's", "FFUDNS" in structured military messaging where the form number and field position has significance in parsing, processing. The idea is to reuse the logic behind structured military messaging form field unit identifiers in commercial use cases.  A method to convert syntax conventions among the myriad metaphors and memes -- a Rosetta Stone syntax lexicon library is needed.
Cyclic updates of state meta data snapshots / heartbeat messages from micro-to macro (economic) cycles distributed among a system of systems is simply powerful and is key to forming the net Grail. The military adopted the policy of only sending changes or "heartbeat sync deltas" for the same reason the Bitcoin community must adopt the same paradigm. Sending the changes, not the entire document or the "sync delta's" in military parlance conserves bandwidth and increases throughput. The military relies on "heartbeat" messages as do stock exchanges -- I.e., FIX ("108") heartbeat messages, First response, time sync systems etc, etc.  The Internet is based on time cycles and (computer) syntax parsed / processed or not during finite time cycles. It requires a syntax library lexicon -- a Rosetta Stone if you will.