How high can you count using this abacus?
Explain your system on how high you can count using the Abacus.
Here are the rules:
1. Every positive integer up to the largest number representable by the system must be representable in a unique way. So if the system can go up to 10 million, the arrangement of beads for 2 can't be the same as the arrangement for 3,429,501, for example.
2. No modifications can be done to the abacus. For example, you can't add an 11th bead to a row.
3. No using things other than the abacus. So no rulers, for an example.
I can't really think of any other rules that aren't ones that don't need to be said.
This competition is like my large number competition, in that you want to name a system with a higher upper limit than the last person's system.
I'll start off way too easy, with a system where you just move each bead over from left to right to count, and once you complete a row, do the same to the next row. (100)