Tokenized moves the complex logic from for example Solidity into the Smart Contract Wallet to achieve scale?

Is that the core design principle of Tokenized compared to ETH Solidity - i.e. do not look look for any complex logic on the Tokenized server - it is all going to be in the wallet so therefore it scales,unlike Solildity which fails to scale.

So the python code I am writing is basically a (simple) Tokenized wallet. - all the business logic of what to do and when is in the python code, not in any tokenized action or other core server component.

Any code which calls the smartcontract CLI is Wallet Code, right?

In theory, Solidity could be ported to Tokenized but it would run in a tokenized wallet, not onchain.

A lot of the logic is in the smart contract agent. The Tokenized Protocol payloads have a lot of fields that the smart contract agent responds to in various ways as specified by the protocol.

The complexity of logic in a wallet that interacts with Solidity/Ethereum iss comparable to a wallet that interacts with the Tokenized Protocol on BSV, for the equivalent functionality.

But Tokenized Protocol does not have a general purpose language like Solidity for expressing, all in one module a whole lot of business logic. So a thin wallet interacts with a heavy Solidity code module, whereas it seems that a heavy Tokenized Wallet interacts with a think Tokenized Protocol.