Acausal trade is a speculative form of cooperation between agents who cannot causally affect or communicate with each other, but can predict each others' decisions sufficiently accurately to act in ways that benefit one another.

Further reading

Fox, Joshua et al. (2012) Acausal trade, LessWrong Wiki, March 12 (updated 21 September 2021).

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