Your math looks like you did division accurately … what can be stated about your math is that … in the event that the world places at least a $1TN “valuation” in ada , the coin would be worth at least $22 each .
The hard part isn’t the math … Is it “hard” to achieve a 1TN valuation? Somewhat … it would only require being considered as valuable as say, Amazon+Google combined. Is that a stretch ? I don’t think so.
You have to look at the value that is being delivered to the world, to stakeholders , to “evaluate” a venture … If you are looking at the “utility” function of a Lovelace, the dao is looking to minimize the price/cost, and thus, maximize the value. If you asked “can a payment remittance system” ever be worth $1tn … I would say no way . You can always create new ways of payment remittance. So you would never expect Ada to be “worth” 1tn for that reason specifically … If you are an intense value analyst, you could ask people , what is the value of the intangible freedoms you enjoy in a good democracy , what is the intangible value of “ease of use” … Walmart and Amazon have had their share price go up by selling people “ease of use” … which is clearly not a good or service but an attribute of their business…
So go one level lower/higher
Let’s consider the set of tax accountants for individuals across the entire world. Their “value” to society is probably $1TN … if cardano did nothing but automatic perfect easy to use accounting calculators, and replaced all of those people’s jobs … it would be worth $1TN too … but is that cardanos true goal ?
What is the value of replacing bureaucracies?
What is the value of replacing machine-fixable inefficiencies ?
These values are incalculably high.
The value of “future automation and truth ledgers democracy” is clearly in the hundreds of trillions of dollars … if not more.
So it’s hard to put a price cap on cardano .
I don’t think it will achieve a $22 trading price soon , but I think it will definitely sometime within 5-10 years.