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come to the right place there is so much

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going on in the EOS i/o ecosystem and I

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can't wait to talk to all of you about

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it today but before we begin I just want

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another episode of everything the

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longest-running us podcast great to see

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you all joining us again for another

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week of everything happening in the lot

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going on this week Rob but it's not the

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same without you here in person

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recording is a fun episode last week

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okay yeah so if anyone missed it last

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week we talked about the the mass

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adoption that's happening among projects

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like so we want we often talk about the

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user mass adoption to bring in users to

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use all these applications but what

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we've been seeing over the last few

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weeks is a massive migration of

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applications from other platforms like

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the Lake etherium coming to us so if you

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want to hear more about that check out

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last week's episodes Rob you actually

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had a chance to catch up with the CEO of

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affect day and you have a video coming

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on it might even be out by the time

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people watch this how that goes I have a

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really cool video coming out that

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basically just shows their journey you

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know that there's a ton of backstory the

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company but a lot of people don't know

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cover a lot of that in the video and

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kind of go over the story of you know

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how they came up with this idea how they

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moved to neo why neo didn't work and why

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inevitably they ended up moving to EO so

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should be pretty cool and if it works

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out maybe we'll do a series on you know

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other DAPs and how they found us and how

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they move to it as well so stay tuned

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for that I'm excited for that I I'm

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always interested in those stories

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because last week we talked about the

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human aspect of this we we often say

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Lego theorem projects come to us it's

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not that easy they don't just wake up

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one day and they go we can't scale

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anymore let's just switch platforms it's

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like a long drawn-out process and they

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want to do everything they can to not

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migrate if they don't have to because

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they set the roadmap

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whenever they launch to do things a

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certain way and it's just a problem with

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all the the extended time lines and

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false promises I feel like oh absolutely

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well in speaking of projects movie to us

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we have another project that's moving

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over to iOS that actually had planned to

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do a token sale on aetherium this was

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back in 2017 my brother and partner at

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cypher glass Ben and also partner to us

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named service has worked with this

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client before sort of help them write

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their white paper sort of got them into

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the crypt of ecosystem but it's a

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company called true gold that actually

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owns not just the rights to different

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mineral deposits but apparently actually

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owns different gold mines so they'll be

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moving to EOS bringing their token to

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EOS maybe even doing a little token sale

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on top of us as well so pretty exciting

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things happening but what was also cool

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that wasn't another project being moved

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but more of like a concept coming over

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to EOS was I'm sure you've seen the

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Lightning torch so the Lightning network

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is this sort of second layer of Bitcoin

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that allows you to open a payment

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channel with somebody and effectively

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send a transaction for a very low cost

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very very quickly so what happened was

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all of these sort of you know crypto

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influencers had this thing called the

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Lightning Network torch the LN torch on

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Twitter where they were sending it

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around all these different people that

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went to see it financed it went to

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Anthony Pappalardo it went to Jack the

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the CEO of Twitter which was pretty cool

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actually rude mudcrab in telegram shout

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out rude mudkip I don't know who's him

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he started it yeah that's it that's a

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conversation I saw about him basically

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saying that he was the one that started

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it so he could have been making a joke

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that maybe I misunderstood but it seems

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like it was him but he basically made

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one unique sort of a non fungible token

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this the total supply is one and you

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can't divide it it's not divisible so

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there's one torch token out there that

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exists that's being passed around

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between all these different NGOs

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community members basically to show off

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the fact that without a payment channel

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without a second layer you can send a

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transaction on a OS for free and pass

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the torch for free with a half second

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block time so it kind of shows off the

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tech and I was fortunate enough shut up

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to angel who actually met at the the EOS

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New York event I believe pass me the

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torch and then I was able to pass it on

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to Rudy for mythical games and now you

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know the the 60 plus people that's gone

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through I think it's at Brock Pierce now

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at his proxy and Brock has said that

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he's actually gonna pass it on to

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or brenden so super excited that the the

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torch that I managed have an opportunity

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to touch will soon be in Dana Brendan's

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wallet so so cool to see so let's go

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off-script a little bit hero because the

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torch thing did have me a little weirded

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out and the reason I didn't like beg

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anyone for the torch is I've been

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begging for it is I how do you what do

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you think of like anonymity on the

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Internet and these types of games like I

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think most people have multiple accounts

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so I know I have multiple accounts so I

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think whenever the people were playing

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this torch game they were playing with

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like a different account but how do you

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feel about that transparency though with

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like a public blockchain it's kind of

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like you're wearing your bank account

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unlike your you're outside clothing in a

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way yeah I mean I think that's why it's

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important to have multiple accounts and

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it's part of the reason why we started

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us name service to make it easy to

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manage and create a bunch of different

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accounts for different purposes but so

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essentially robbed VR which is the

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account that I use to you know pass the

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torch to me it's the account of using

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videos it's not linked to any of my

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other accounts in any way to kind of you

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know keep that bank account transparency

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so disfigured that bank account

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anonymity rather so I think it's kind of

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interesting and it is something that

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people need to learn about maybe POS

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will help with that if you can do like a

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private transaction and keep most your

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wealth private but we're not really sure

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how that works yet so I don't know it is

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definitely an interesting difference of

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the crypto world compared to the

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traditional finance world and for anyone

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who's interested in like separating

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identities I guess it's not like a

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verified identity but anyone who wants

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to play games like yes Knights and

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things like that but they kind of don't

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want it tied to everything that they do

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do you want to kind of walk the audience

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through like the finance trick and this

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this doesn't give me a complete

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unanimity if you KY seed with finance

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they know who you are the exchanges as

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long as you're okay with them knowing

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who you are that that's okay with most

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people I think if I mean if you KY seed

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with them but there is is a way to start

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a new account that's not associated with

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your old account it's pretty easy to do

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yeah it's something typical that a lot

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of people do you know they use account

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creator or I think eox so e OS e^x

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they're actually know a OS X just the

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that black Explorer lets you make an

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account by just sending a payment from

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any other account so you can do

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something like that it's it's a trick a

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lot of people have used to sort of stay

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anonymous or pseudo anonymous and crypto

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which is you send your tokens into an

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exchange and then you send them out to

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one or multiple wallets to kind of bury

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the trail obviously the exchange and you

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know any regulators that ever audit you

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are gonna know okay this is that guy's

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account but if you're looking for that

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in on a MIDI on chain that's a great way

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to just sort of achieve it yeah I mean

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at the end of the day though most people

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probably aren't even looking and digging

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into it but I just always think that's a

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funny topic when it comes to like

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playing games and using these like

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public account names their old link it

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is so interesting from a trading

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perspective also I know that there are

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people out there that have different

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algorithms and bots that you know if if

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a million euros get deposited into by

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dance they have some trigger that goes

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off for their BOTS you know Sally OS

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before that person that they think might

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dump it on the exchange is doing that so

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because you have this added layer of

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transparency it adds so many additional

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elements to the trading game

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particularly algorithmic trading where

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you can pull in all of this interesting

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data even get sentiment on you know the

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overall market analysis how many people

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are unsticking at a time how many people

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just staked there's so much additional

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data and sort of insight you can glean

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from this additional layer of

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transparency that makes things pretty

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interesting it's really interesting I've

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actually heard of people with the bots

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that like watch for the unsticking

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because it's kind of like if you have

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whales on staking on a particular token

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and there's whatever there is a 24 to

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three-day unsticking period you don't

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want to be left behind and be like a day

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or two behind the neurons taking just in

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case it depends on your it depends if

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you're a trader or not I guess it

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depends on what your motives are and how

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much risk you're taking on but Dan's

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written about this at length but extreme

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transparency is the only real way to

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stop corruption and a lot of unfair

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practices so just something most people

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are familiar with is crypto trading so

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people always in the back of their minds

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wonder if like the exchanges could ever

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be front-running them since they

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actually see the order books I know they

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know where everyone stopped losses are

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and and limit orders and they could make

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the price go up or down because they

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know the books so they have

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what everyone believes to be an unfair

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competitive advantage and if they're

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doing that stuff which I've no doubt

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some of them are then it clear as day is

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in a competitive advantage but whenever

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you put all the data on an open public

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blockchain it's available to everybody

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so we have all of these decks is coming

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out that I'm super excited about cos

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Phenix being what I'm I guess speaking

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about directly but you look at the the

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daily trade volume that a company like

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BitFenix has and then they have this es

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Phenix exchange launching seems like

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it's gonna be in the next couple weeks

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maybe a month or two is that kind of the

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vibe you're getting to on that Rob I

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think so yeah apparently the beta is

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supposed to be out here shortly and

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we'll be able to see that the the

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platform works entirely on chain on the

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us maintenance so I'm super excited

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about it as well I can't wait to see how

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they're what they're using for a Bitcoin

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peg and an etherium peg and all these

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different things so if there's a lot

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that goes into the platform

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I've been keeping very close tabs on

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that between the dab network and yes

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Phenix I think those are the two

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projects I've been watching the most

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closely because I'm excited about what

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they're bringing to the table yeah what

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have you been excited about Rob you're

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excited about like everything but is

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anything new and said no talking pixie

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eyes no D Goods what what's new and

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exciting for you

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honestly the stuff that we're working on

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at us name service it goes so far beyond

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just us accounts like the it on us it

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goes beyond the existing use ecosystem

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and there will be people that have never

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even heard of videos don't even know

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they're using a blockchain that will use

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some of the stuff that we're coming out

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with in the relatively near future so

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I've just been so excited about that we

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did recently of course come out with

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dart as a new suffix so you can register

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one to seven character names for Dart I

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got robbed a dart as an example but that

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is available now but what I'm so excited

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about more than the the names that are

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coming out and the more names that we

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have already lined up to release on the

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platform soon I'm just excited about the

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stuff that we're building so I can't

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wait until I can talk more about it

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unfortunately I can't share now but

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there's a lot that's going on behind the

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scenes I think we have that trait in

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common because I'm I met with my team

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earlier this week in person and I'm

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absolutely stoked for we have in the

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pipeline as well and I think a lot of

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share more information a lot of people

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don't know is that call right here he's

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part of a company called a penis that is

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actually building different dabs I

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senator mostly round games on eso I'm

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super excited to play those as well once

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they're finally out but there's a lot of

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stuff happening behind the scenes not

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just with projects we're working on but

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projects that you know our friends and

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colleagues and other people in the

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industry are working on in summary there

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is so much being built on us right now

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it's it's kind of crazy time to build so

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I told you weren't allowed to talk about

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D Goods before but now we could talk

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about D Goods because it's the next

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thing in the notes so they put out a

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blog post and they's D goods is like a

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team of mythical games is leading the

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charge on it but it's a group of

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different projects and companies cypher

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glasses one of them es links as part of

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its quatre so it's a pretty item games

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actually just joined the D Goods

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initiative also so that was yeah we'll

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get in died Sam games later because they

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have some exciting stuff coming out as

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well but D goods they put out just like

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a release update explaining some of the

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things that they've built recently for

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the most recent release of D goods but

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the one thing that stood out to me is

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something that hasn't really been talked

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about or that I at least haven't talked

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about before and that's semi fungible

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tokens so you want to explain what that

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is and why they're needed yeah so when D

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Goods first came out it was all about NF

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Keys non fungible tokens and shortly

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after that you know a non fun durable

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token is something unique if there's

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only one of these monster cans in the

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world or only one of these flamethrowers

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in the world you know there's one token

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that represents that that's an NF T that

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the torch that's being passed around on

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es is a great example of a truly non

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fungible token there's only one but

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shortly after that they realized okay

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there are a lot of other digital items

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digital goods within games or other

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applications that you're building that

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you might need multiple of the same

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thing that are still sort of you know

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limited to a small supply so a good

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example of this is if I had a thousand

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flamethrowers in a game that all were

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you know had the same performance had

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the same stats but just had a different

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serial number one to a thousand to show

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which of the thousand unique

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flamethrowers that I got in that game

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you could do that or if I had you know

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ten thousand concert tickets that I was

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selling to a Taylor Swift concert and

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each of those has a seat number and a

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row number and you know a certain entry

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level you could assign all of those

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details to the individual semi fungible

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tokens but the contract would still know

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okay these are all tickets to a Taylor

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Swift concert on the

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specific date you know another example

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if I have a hundred 100 mana potions in

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a game those could all be the same man a

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token that are then stackable and bundle

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a bowl and you can really do so much

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more with the semi fungible token then

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that you really need so I think the main

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reason for coming out and formally

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releasing SFTs semi fungible tokens as

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part of the D good standard is to really

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clarify for people that decodes will

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handle any digital goods whether it's

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unique it's a non fungible token or

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whether it's you know one of many and

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it's a semi fungible token both of those

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can be sort of handled under that D good

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standard so it's it's really cool and

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there's so much work being done and like

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you said super excited to have ITM games

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coming on board as well I was excited

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for it because it serves a very specific

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purpose so I think you gave the example

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of serial numbers and one of the games

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that we're building with a penis

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we have NF T's that you could win in the

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game or maybe even buy in the future but

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we want to have the option that you can

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only use them a limited number of times

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so you could use it on a per game basis

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but we want to put caps on them so that

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they could like they're just

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collectibles at that point because you

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can't actually use them in the game so

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may so you would have all of the NF TS

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would be the exact same because they're

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the exact same item we'll call it but if

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I use the item three times and Rob uses

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the item once then it has basically a

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counter on there of how many times it

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was used and now there's slightly

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different items but they're the exact

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same properties other than that so that

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would be a good example of semi fungible

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token and I can remember to use the the

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ticket example I'll feel like a general

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admission ticket they just have like

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number one it's like a Taylor Swift

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concert you have your you know your seat

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number your row number maybe some are

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VIP passes maybe some aren't and you can

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even build and cool giveaway stuff where

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you know one of the people or ten of the

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people that buy a Taylor Swift concert

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out of this batch have the option to

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then get you know upgraded for free to a

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backstage pass and maybe that's handled

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just with a token and you know you got

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that random token and oh look this is

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the one with the backstage pass built

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into the actual token or the ticket

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itself so there's a lot that you can do

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so where do you draw the line with a

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semi fungible token is it just there's

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like one variable that may change on it

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but then everything else is the same or

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how

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how does that work like where do you

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draw the limit on when it's semi

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fungible compared to non fungible and

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when to make that differentiation my

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understanding is that you can have

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basically as many differing attributes

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as you want you know if this

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flamethrower is in the game a thousand

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times maybe each thousand flamethrower

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result have randomly generated stats

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that are all slightly different

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associated with those unique tokens so

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really I think it's sort of up to the

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developer I think at the end of the day

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it's just terminology as long as they're

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following the standardized format of D

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goods then they'll have the same data

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format everything should play nice

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together no matter how they define it in

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their own words

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absolutely so NF T is it's like it seems

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like such a boring concept but we've

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been incredibly excited about them

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lately

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mostly because D goods has been on top

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of it with putting out regular blog

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content and updates because there's a

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lot of development teams that are just

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busy programming and they're not like

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taking the time to do that

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sometimes engineers aren't the best

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communicators but the guys at D Goods

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have been doing an incredible job and

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lately Schwindt I actually has been

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piquing my interest with NF T's

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interested it's been a while since we've

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talked about shinty but shouldn't I 2.0

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is the next thing coming david p he's

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from yes 42 right I'm looking at his

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tweet here he said recently on Twitter

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and I'll put it on screen for those

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watching we've finally nailed the

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utility of the checks model it's

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mind-blowing in scope but elegantly

515
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simple can't wait to publish out full

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details along with the upcoming launch

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of shin type 2.0 people will see the

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potential we have with leasing all kinds

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of digital assets we got a cat they

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broke in again Rob but what they're

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doing is there's their block ones motto

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has pretty much been this entire time

523
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decentralize everything well now jin-tae

524
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is having their own model which is lease

525
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everything and what they're talking

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about with leasing NF T's would be Rob's

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a big gamer he probably has more in-game

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items then he actually plans to use and

529
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he's probably just huddling in-game

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items and they're just collecting dust

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and in his in-game backpack so I see a

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value that I might want to rent one of

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Rob's in gay

534
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jet skis so they're creating a market

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for things like this and that that's

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incredible it's basically making

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anything rentable think about that in

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the physical world how insane that would

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be I mean you you can if you look far

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enough but they're streamlining it and

541
00:17:56,600 --> 00:17:59,060
removing the friction and adding like I

542
00:17:59,060 --> 00:18:00,410
don't know how the markets will be made

543
00:18:00,410 --> 00:18:01,670
on stuff like this with such limited

544
00:18:01,670 --> 00:18:05,030
liquidity but I'm excited for it because

545
00:18:05,030 --> 00:18:08,060
just I love thinking of new ideas that I

546
00:18:08,060 --> 00:18:09,800
never really put much thought into

547
00:18:09,800 --> 00:18:12,140
before and whenever it's just like blows

548
00:18:12,140 --> 00:18:13,520
your mind you have to like totally like

549
00:18:13,520 --> 00:18:14,720
start looking at things from a different

550
00:18:14,720 --> 00:18:17,210
perspective and this is sort of one of

551
00:18:17,210 --> 00:18:18,830
those things where it's something never

552
00:18:18,830 --> 00:18:20,480
existed before I have to kind of take

553
00:18:20,480 --> 00:18:22,010
the time to wrap my mind around what it

554
00:18:22,010 --> 00:18:23,750
actually means to be able to leash all

555
00:18:23,750 --> 00:18:25,550
of these different items well I think

556
00:18:25,550 --> 00:18:27,050
what's so powerful about it too is like

557
00:18:27,050 --> 00:18:29,600
and I heard this on the the roundtable

558
00:18:29,600 --> 00:18:30,950
shut up to those guys they're people

559
00:18:30,950 --> 00:18:31,940
podcasts on YouTube but they give a

560
00:18:31,940 --> 00:18:33,770
really great example which is that you

561
00:18:33,770 --> 00:18:35,180
know if you lease a you know a

562
00:18:35,180 --> 00:18:36,710
Lamborghini to somebody you're gonna be

563
00:18:36,710 --> 00:18:37,790
worried that they're gonna crash the

564
00:18:37,790 --> 00:18:39,950
Lamborghini or damage it or maybe

565
00:18:39,950 --> 00:18:41,510
they'll steal it forever but you really

566
00:18:41,510 --> 00:18:42,980
don't have any of those concerns when it

567
00:18:42,980 --> 00:18:44,300
comes to leasing a digital item

568
00:18:44,300 --> 00:18:45,710
especially when it's leased through a

569
00:18:45,710 --> 00:18:47,240
smart contract that could automatically

570
00:18:47,240 --> 00:18:49,160
return it to somebody so you know if I'm

571
00:18:49,160 --> 00:18:50,720
leasing a digital Lamborghini in a game

572
00:18:50,720 --> 00:18:52,370
maybe there's no chance for them to

573
00:18:52,370 --> 00:18:53,720
damage it they can't really hurt the

574
00:18:53,720 --> 00:18:55,340
value of that item and then at the end

575
00:18:55,340 --> 00:18:57,020
of the two day or three day or week or

576
00:18:57,020 --> 00:18:58,760
month however long I lease it at the end

577
00:18:58,760 --> 00:19:00,800
of that leasing period that you know the

578
00:19:00,800 --> 00:19:02,330
keys to that Lamborghini that digital

579
00:19:02,330 --> 00:19:03,560
Lamborghini are automatically

580
00:19:03,560 --> 00:19:05,000
transferred back to my wallet and

581
00:19:05,000 --> 00:19:06,440
there's no way that the person that's

582
00:19:06,440 --> 00:19:08,060
leasing it from me can actually steal it

583
00:19:08,060 --> 00:19:09,650
or default on our agreement in any way

584
00:19:09,650 --> 00:19:11,780
so it sort of protects you know both the

585
00:19:11,780 --> 00:19:13,100
person that's leasing and also the

586
00:19:13,100 --> 00:19:16,340
person that is renting it from the

587
00:19:16,340 --> 00:19:17,540
person you know they can't be screwed

588
00:19:17,540 --> 00:19:19,280
and in some other way as well so it's

589
00:19:19,280 --> 00:19:21,470
it's pretty cool and so ultimately I'm

590
00:19:21,470 --> 00:19:23,540
pretty excited for what jin-tae 2.0 has

591
00:19:23,540 --> 00:19:24,890
coming and I like the lease everything

592
00:19:24,890 --> 00:19:26,930
hashtag so assuming that they could pull

593
00:19:26,930 --> 00:19:29,090
this off I'm super excited for what the

594
00:19:29,090 --> 00:19:30,980
potential of that 2.0 platform has in

595
00:19:30,980 --> 00:19:34,640
store so before we move on I have a few

596
00:19:34,640 --> 00:19:36,620
things to say about jin-tae one I am

597
00:19:36,620 --> 00:19:39,530
also equally as excited to I can't wait

598
00:19:39,530 --> 00:19:42,380
to get dates and three when are you guys

599
00:19:42,380 --> 00:19:49,010
going to vote for safer glass I gotta

600
00:19:49,010 --> 00:19:52,370
bring it up so yeah this is real talk

601
00:19:52,370 --> 00:19:53,210
here though

602
00:19:53,210 --> 00:19:55,010
so I love what shinta is doing I think

603
00:19:55,010 --> 00:19:56,280
it's amazing techno

604
00:19:56,280 --> 00:19:58,920
and at one point their proxy held the

605
00:19:58,920 --> 00:20:01,080
voting power of 15 million votes it

606
00:20:01,080 --> 00:20:02,880
currently sits at one and a half million

607
00:20:02,880 --> 00:20:05,100
votes so no one's really worried about

608
00:20:05,100 --> 00:20:08,280
it or talking about it but they have

609
00:20:08,280 --> 00:20:10,920
proxy managers who decide on who gets

610
00:20:10,920 --> 00:20:12,390
voted in and who gets voted out and

611
00:20:12,390 --> 00:20:14,340
whenever they ruled this program out

612
00:20:14,340 --> 00:20:15,690
they had mentioned that they were gonna

613
00:20:15,690 --> 00:20:17,520
revote or RIA

614
00:20:17,520 --> 00:20:20,070
I guess meet to talk about their votes

615
00:20:20,070 --> 00:20:21,780
every 30 days and then announce any

616
00:20:21,780 --> 00:20:23,070
changes that they made and the reasons

617
00:20:23,070 --> 00:20:25,920
why and I I noticed when researching

618
00:20:25,920 --> 00:20:27,240
this article otherwise I wouldn't have

619
00:20:27,240 --> 00:20:28,290
brought it up but it's been 2 months

620
00:20:28,290 --> 00:20:31,230
since they made their 30th votes

621
00:20:31,230 --> 00:20:34,730
election so I think it's about time to

622
00:20:34,730 --> 00:20:36,750
relook at who they're voting for

623
00:20:36,750 --> 00:20:39,630
and if they're not going to change

624
00:20:39,630 --> 00:20:40,980
change any of their votes because

625
00:20:40,980 --> 00:20:42,110
they're all good teams it's just

626
00:20:42,110 --> 00:20:44,190
everything there's more than 30 good

627
00:20:44,190 --> 00:20:46,530
block producers is the problem but I

628
00:20:46,530 --> 00:20:48,540
just kind of think that you deserve to

629
00:20:48,540 --> 00:20:49,800
be in there for everything you've done

630
00:20:49,800 --> 00:20:51,600
and you've done you've actually done a

631
00:20:51,600 --> 00:20:54,060
lot as cypher glass as Rob Finch as yes

632
00:20:54,060 --> 00:20:56,250
name services everything as everything

633
00:20:56,250 --> 00:20:58,140
yes as everything that you encompass

634
00:20:58,140 --> 00:20:59,520
you've done so much even over the last

635
00:20:59,520 --> 00:21:01,470
two months that I think it's worth

636
00:21:01,470 --> 00:21:03,900
looking at again and I think cypher

637
00:21:03,900 --> 00:21:06,210
glass deserves to be as part of their

638
00:21:06,210 --> 00:21:07,890
their proxy there's a lot of other

639
00:21:07,890 --> 00:21:09,090
proxies that are voting for you though

640
00:21:09,090 --> 00:21:10,980
so oh definitely yeah I mean I really

641
00:21:10,980 --> 00:21:12,600
appreciate that and I think hopefully

642
00:21:12,600 --> 00:21:14,340
one day we will get the chin tied proxy

643
00:21:14,340 --> 00:21:15,660
they're obviously been tons people on

644
00:21:15,660 --> 00:21:16,950
Twitter and telegram saying the same

645
00:21:16,950 --> 00:21:17,970
thing that you're saying like why

646
00:21:17,970 --> 00:21:20,190
haven't you voted for these guys so

647
00:21:20,190 --> 00:21:21,780
hopefully maybe in this next this next

648
00:21:21,780 --> 00:21:23,250
time that they reconvene they will add

649
00:21:23,250 --> 00:21:24,960
cipher class to that proxy but in the

650
00:21:24,960 --> 00:21:26,430
meantime like you said we have tons of

651
00:21:26,430 --> 00:21:27,750
proxies that are already voting for us

652
00:21:27,750 --> 00:21:29,460
that I think we should highlight because

653
00:21:29,460 --> 00:21:30,630
they're doing some good shot them all

654
00:21:30,630 --> 00:21:33,120
out there's a bunch of them yes I better

655
00:21:33,120 --> 00:21:34,140
take a deep breath before you start

656
00:21:34,140 --> 00:21:36,090
talking oh there and this is not

657
00:21:36,090 --> 00:21:37,950
all-inclusive there are tons of great

658
00:21:37,950 --> 00:21:39,330
proxies outside of the few that I'm

659
00:21:39,330 --> 00:21:40,890
gonna mention here that are also voting

660
00:21:40,890 --> 00:21:42,600
for cypher gloss and many other bps but

661
00:21:42,600 --> 00:21:45,420
just to go you know sort of from the top

662
00:21:45,420 --> 00:21:47,010
of this list we have starkness which is

663
00:21:47,010 --> 00:21:48,480
the biggest proxy on us right now we

664
00:21:48,480 --> 00:21:50,160
have investing with a difference Rahman

665
00:21:50,160 --> 00:21:51,120
shout-out to him

666
00:21:51,120 --> 00:21:52,800
we have Brock Pierce one who is of

667
00:21:52,800 --> 00:21:54,090
course Brock Pierce thank you for voting

668
00:21:54,090 --> 00:21:56,280
for us as well and Brock has been making

669
00:21:56,280 --> 00:21:57,990
some pretty cool content oh really they

670
00:21:57,990 --> 00:22:00,090
just came out it's been awesome he has a

671
00:22:00,090 --> 00:22:02,760
new podcast called bp1 and they just had

672
00:22:02,760 --> 00:22:05,850
a all Hertzog from liquid es on a new

673
00:22:05,850 --> 00:22:07,410
series called meet the blockers where

674
00:22:07,410 --> 00:22:08,790
they're talking to the block producer is

675
00:22:08,790 --> 00:22:09,500
figuring out how

676
00:22:09,500 --> 00:22:11,510
in a crypto how they got a Neos their

677
00:22:11,510 --> 00:22:13,310
thoughts on the ecosystem and been

678
00:22:13,310 --> 00:22:14,810
Sigmund from that same Brock Bierce

679
00:22:14,810 --> 00:22:16,640
podcast reached out and asked me to be

680
00:22:16,640 --> 00:22:18,260
on meet the blocker so super excited to

681
00:22:18,260 --> 00:22:20,990
schedule that and get on nice well do

682
00:22:20,990 --> 00:22:22,310
you have a paid for that or anything or

683
00:22:22,310 --> 00:22:24,650
timeline I've done of a date yet I know

684
00:22:24,650 --> 00:22:26,540
Barack was traveling for part of this

685
00:22:26,540 --> 00:22:29,360
week but he's also expecting his child

686
00:22:29,360 --> 00:22:31,910
soon with crystal so super exciting news

687
00:22:31,910 --> 00:22:34,880
coming excited yeah there yeah so

688
00:22:34,880 --> 00:22:36,290
congratulations you might even have a

689
00:22:36,290 --> 00:22:38,270
little little crypto baby I forget what

690
00:22:38,270 --> 00:22:40,070
it they renamed that it has some crypto

691
00:22:40,070 --> 00:22:41,960
name do you remember what it is no I

692
00:22:41,960 --> 00:22:44,690
don't I think it might just be cryptic

693
00:22:44,690 --> 00:22:47,720
now I gotta look it up it'll be amazing

694
00:22:47,720 --> 00:22:49,040
if they named their baby crypto but

695
00:22:49,040 --> 00:22:51,140
either way congrats to Brett Pierce and

696
00:22:51,140 --> 00:22:52,850
crystal rose on that that's always super

697
00:22:52,850 --> 00:22:54,080
exciting to bring another life into the

698
00:22:54,080 --> 00:22:54,950
world

699
00:22:54,950 --> 00:22:57,080
but moving on from them Luke Stokes

700
00:22:57,080 --> 00:22:59,000
awesome guy from yo stack votes for us

701
00:22:59,000 --> 00:23:01,100
as well and then Colin T crypto sort of

702
00:23:01,100 --> 00:23:02,960
a recent convert from the the etherium

703
00:23:02,960 --> 00:23:04,100
community who's made a lot of great

704
00:23:04,100 --> 00:23:06,500
videos on you know if you're him 2.0 and

705
00:23:06,500 --> 00:23:08,540
how it's delayed to 2021 in its full

706
00:23:08,540 --> 00:23:10,400
form and how he was sort of shifting

707
00:23:10,400 --> 00:23:11,930
some of his portfolio from aetherium

708
00:23:11,930 --> 00:23:14,240
into eos and now even has a proxy that

709
00:23:14,240 --> 00:23:15,980
has several million votes I think they

710
00:23:15,980 --> 00:23:17,450
just crossed two million so congrats to

711
00:23:17,450 --> 00:23:18,920
Colin on that milestone as well and

712
00:23:18,920 --> 00:23:20,840
thank you to all of the other proxies as

713
00:23:20,840 --> 00:23:22,940
well you know ash will row freedom proxy

714
00:23:22,940 --> 00:23:24,740
so many others that are all voting for

715
00:23:24,740 --> 00:23:26,450
us so we sincerely appreciate your

716
00:23:26,450 --> 00:23:28,130
support and literally could not do it

717
00:23:28,130 --> 00:23:30,110
without you since votes are what pay the

718
00:23:30,110 --> 00:23:30,620
bills

719
00:23:30,620 --> 00:23:32,570
I just want to backtrack because I love

720
00:23:32,570 --> 00:23:36,440
good video content I've learned to love

721
00:23:36,440 --> 00:23:39,830
it and be become a try trying my best to

722
00:23:39,830 --> 00:23:41,210
become a master of the craft trying to

723
00:23:41,210 --> 00:23:44,680
get better and I love what the bp1

724
00:23:44,680 --> 00:23:46,640
YouTube channel was bringing to the

725
00:23:46,640 --> 00:23:49,760
table a lot of people look to us as some

726
00:23:49,760 --> 00:23:53,080
of the better iOS content out there and

727
00:23:53,080 --> 00:23:56,030
they're also as radio great great guys

728
00:23:56,030 --> 00:23:57,800
great show I always learn a lot in

729
00:23:57,800 --> 00:23:59,150
investing with the difference I would

730
00:23:59,150 --> 00:24:01,190
Conti crypto but this is just another

731
00:24:01,190 --> 00:24:03,350
layer this is like a governance themed

732
00:24:03,350 --> 00:24:05,660
show where they're gonna dive deep into

733
00:24:05,660 --> 00:24:08,150
referendums the proxying

734
00:24:08,150 --> 00:24:10,460
and then the meet the blockers the the

735
00:24:10,460 --> 00:24:11,810
block proofs or interviews are awesome

736
00:24:11,810 --> 00:24:13,610
are you actually doing yours in person

737
00:24:13,610 --> 00:24:15,020
Rob or is it going to be remote because

738
00:24:15,020 --> 00:24:17,540
their first use in person yeah I'm not

739
00:24:17,540 --> 00:24:18,860
sure yet it may be in person maybe

740
00:24:18,860 --> 00:24:19,389
remote

741
00:24:19,389 --> 00:24:20,859
but we're still working out the details

742
00:24:20,859 --> 00:24:22,629
so I would be you know willing to fly

743
00:24:22,629 --> 00:24:24,549
over there just for that episode so

744
00:24:24,549 --> 00:24:25,570
we'll get it all set up though I'm

745
00:24:25,570 --> 00:24:28,059
talking with Ben and telegram one one

746
00:24:28,059 --> 00:24:29,649
last shot I want to shout out whoever's

747
00:24:29,649 --> 00:24:31,629
actually making the videos after their

748
00:24:31,629 --> 00:24:33,039
films because I don't think it's Ben or

749
00:24:33,039 --> 00:24:34,929
Brock so whoever's doing those videos

750
00:24:34,929 --> 00:24:36,909
shout out to you because you deserve it

751
00:24:36,909 --> 00:24:38,589
you need to roll your name on the

752
00:24:38,589 --> 00:24:40,209
credits because you're doing a really

753
00:24:40,209 --> 00:24:43,359
good job definitely uh you were at the

754
00:24:43,359 --> 00:24:45,249
es New York meetup after we recorded

755
00:24:45,249 --> 00:24:47,200
last week yeah and then we went back in

756
00:24:47,200 --> 00:24:49,149
time because the episode aired after you

757
00:24:49,149 --> 00:24:52,509
got back but what how was it I had a ton

758
00:24:52,509 --> 00:24:54,190
of fun honestly it was it was so cool

759
00:24:54,190 --> 00:24:55,629
and the whole reason I went was just to

760
00:24:55,629 --> 00:24:57,519
meet more people in the eus community I

761
00:24:57,519 --> 00:24:59,169
love like when people come up to me and

762
00:24:59,169 --> 00:25:00,249
they're like hey I'll watch your video I

763
00:25:00,249 --> 00:25:01,959
say I'll watch everything he goes like I

764
00:25:01,959 --> 00:25:03,429
listen to the podcast that's just like

765
00:25:03,429 --> 00:25:05,409
it means so much to have people come up

766
00:25:05,409 --> 00:25:06,879
and actually want to take a selfie or

767
00:25:06,879 --> 00:25:08,440
want to ask me a question about eeo and

768
00:25:08,440 --> 00:25:10,359
what's coming so it was just so cool and

769
00:25:10,359 --> 00:25:12,339
energy there were so good of all of

770
00:25:12,339 --> 00:25:13,539
these people I think they had close to

771
00:25:13,539 --> 00:25:14,829
100 people maybe a little bit more

772
00:25:14,829 --> 00:25:16,779
sitting there learning about EO some of

773
00:25:16,779 --> 00:25:18,399
them downloading an EOS wallet for the

774
00:25:18,399 --> 00:25:21,009
very first time at the event but a

775
00:25:21,009 --> 00:25:22,089
couple things I wanted to highlight I

776
00:25:22,089 --> 00:25:24,219
think Sam from galaxy digital gave an

777
00:25:24,219 --> 00:25:26,829
awesome presentation that I initially

778
00:25:26,829 --> 00:25:28,659
didn't expect to be so gaming focused

779
00:25:28,659 --> 00:25:30,729
but obviously Galaxy digital does have

780
00:25:30,729 --> 00:25:32,739
some big investments in gaming through

781
00:25:32,739 --> 00:25:34,509
mythical games and high fidelity all

782
00:25:34,509 --> 00:25:36,459
building on eeo so he kind of focused on

783
00:25:36,459 --> 00:25:37,839
the Metaverse which was very cool and

784
00:25:37,839 --> 00:25:39,909
not really what you expect to see from a

785
00:25:39,909 --> 00:25:41,049
guy in a blazer that's you know

786
00:25:41,049 --> 00:25:42,369
generally this typical finance not

787
00:25:42,369 --> 00:25:44,049
talking about the Metaverse but that was

788
00:25:44,049 --> 00:25:44,559
awesome

789
00:25:44,559 --> 00:25:46,599
we saw rob Benke from nougat sort of

790
00:25:46,599 --> 00:25:48,700
unveiled that the Alpha is coming very

791
00:25:48,700 --> 00:25:50,109
soon for their decentralized

792
00:25:50,109 --> 00:25:52,749
incentivized github that you know one

793
00:25:52,749 --> 00:25:54,549
the san francisco u.s. Agathon so that

794
00:25:54,549 --> 00:25:56,469
was cool news i tweeted about that and

795
00:25:56,469 --> 00:25:58,539
then also from us new york themselves

796
00:25:58,539 --> 00:26:00,849
we saw the design reveal we saw what

797
00:26:00,849 --> 00:26:02,709
their metro harbor wallet specifically

798
00:26:02,709 --> 00:26:04,659
for us will look like very cool little

799
00:26:04,659 --> 00:26:06,190
USB design should just pop into your

800
00:26:06,190 --> 00:26:08,769
computer and that I believe is coming in

801
00:26:08,769 --> 00:26:10,419
q2 of this year as well so there was a

802
00:26:10,419 --> 00:26:11,709
ton of announcements a ton of great

803
00:26:11,709 --> 00:26:13,690
stuff going on when so many cool people

804
00:26:13,690 --> 00:26:16,539
that came up to me and you know shouted

805
00:26:16,539 --> 00:26:18,099
me off the event actually I have to grab

806
00:26:18,099 --> 00:26:19,089
something for this there's something

807
00:26:19,089 --> 00:26:22,649
very important I have to show

808
00:26:22,649 --> 00:26:26,109
this isn't in our notes here so I really

809
00:26:26,109 --> 00:26:28,809
have no idea what Rob's are gonna bring

810
00:26:28,809 --> 00:26:42,550
here

811
00:26:42,550 --> 00:26:45,020
all right so at these events I always

812
00:26:45,020 --> 00:26:47,690
expect to meet cool people and I met a

813
00:26:47,690 --> 00:26:50,180
gentleman by the name of Alex Garzon who

814
00:26:50,180 --> 00:26:51,860
actually gave me this he gave me two of

815
00:26:51,860 --> 00:26:54,860
these but it's a 3d printed chesty he'd

816
00:26:54,860 --> 00:26:57,620
Rijn basically the EOS logo which I just

817
00:26:57,620 --> 00:26:58,640
thought was awesome he had a ton of

818
00:26:58,640 --> 00:26:59,990
little boxes of these and was giving him

819
00:26:59,990 --> 00:27:01,460
out to people and had hit me up ahead of

820
00:27:01,460 --> 00:27:04,070
time saying hey you know I want to give

821
00:27:04,070 --> 00:27:05,360
you one of these so thank you Alex for

822
00:27:05,360 --> 00:27:06,860
that I really do appreciate it that kind

823
00:27:06,860 --> 00:27:09,050
of made the event that much cooler for

824
00:27:09,050 --> 00:27:10,790
me so that was awesome but then in

825
00:27:10,790 --> 00:27:11,870
addition to that there's a guy named

826
00:27:11,870 --> 00:27:13,940
bonds bonds manifest viola I go one two

827
00:27:13,940 --> 00:27:16,580
yes yeah sorry for interrupting but yes

828
00:27:16,580 --> 00:27:19,280
I ami I forgot to put it on my desk I'm

829
00:27:19,280 --> 00:27:20,480
making a separate video about this it's

830
00:27:20,480 --> 00:27:21,890
actually what this is back here this is

831
00:27:21,890 --> 00:27:24,140
a1 a3 mic hand-blown glass limited

832
00:27:24,140 --> 00:27:25,550
edition but this is also hand blown

833
00:27:25,550 --> 00:27:27,560
glass like a full-on keep talking rather

834
00:27:27,560 --> 00:27:30,590
than mind ray so pretty awesome stuff I

835
00:27:30,590 --> 00:27:31,700
have one of these in another color

836
00:27:31,700 --> 00:27:32,990
combination that's kind of like the

837
00:27:32,990 --> 00:27:35,330
cypher glass colors but if you want us

838
00:27:35,330 --> 00:27:37,310
art obviously this is hand blown glass

839
00:27:37,310 --> 00:27:39,440
they're one-of-a-kind pieces pretty

840
00:27:39,440 --> 00:27:40,220
amazing

841
00:27:40,220 --> 00:27:44,300
but bonds manifest bo NZ ma ni Fe s T's

842
00:27:44,300 --> 00:27:46,250
guy on telegram you can get in touch

843
00:27:46,250 --> 00:27:47,870
with them hop into everything EOS

844
00:27:47,870 --> 00:27:49,370
telegram at T dot me slash everything

845
00:27:49,370 --> 00:27:51,920
underscore yo s and we'll make an

846
00:27:51,920 --> 00:27:53,210
introduction to you for them if you want

847
00:27:53,210 --> 00:27:55,340
one of these so very very cool to see

848
00:27:55,340 --> 00:27:57,320
kind of this contrast of you know you

849
00:27:57,320 --> 00:27:59,240
have one that's the 3d printed it's much

850
00:27:59,240 --> 00:28:00,590
smaller this is kind of made by a

851
00:28:00,590 --> 00:28:02,480
machine and then one that's made by hand

852
00:28:02,480 --> 00:28:05,420
by another member of the US community

853
00:28:05,420 --> 00:28:07,610
and I paid for these in ES as well which

854
00:28:07,610 --> 00:28:09,860
was just so cool and sort of completes

855
00:28:09,860 --> 00:28:12,050
that circle so you got one here as well

856
00:28:12,050 --> 00:28:13,220
Zack oh yeah

857
00:28:13,220 --> 00:28:15,860
the macho yes-man made a return I had to

858
00:28:15,860 --> 00:28:17,660
go into the same storage I keep my

859
00:28:17,660 --> 00:28:20,630
costumes so yeah I got the I got the

860
00:28:20,630 --> 00:28:22,730
black and yellow one which it's not only

861
00:28:22,730 --> 00:28:26,090
the everything year's colors the colors

862
00:28:26,090 --> 00:28:27,710
of the Pittsburgh Steelers the

863
00:28:27,710 --> 00:28:29,120
Pittsburgh Pirates and the Pittsburgh

864
00:28:29,120 --> 00:28:31,790
Penguins that looks black and yellow is

865
00:28:31,790 --> 00:28:33,680
so cool I couldn't leave it on my desk

866
00:28:33,680 --> 00:28:35,060
because I'm afraid the cats are gonna

867
00:28:35,060 --> 00:28:36,830
knock it over and break it so I have to

868
00:28:36,830 --> 00:28:39,800
I have a secret I put this one is kind

869
00:28:39,800 --> 00:28:41,030
of like stuck to the desk back here I

870
00:28:41,030 --> 00:28:42,590
have double-sided tape that I like put

871
00:28:42,590 --> 00:28:44,060
on the bottom and then put around like

872
00:28:44,060 --> 00:28:46,250
the the places that I could just so that

873
00:28:46,250 --> 00:28:47,300
the cats don't do the same thing the

874
00:28:47,300 --> 00:28:49,070
other one the cipher glass color one is

875
00:28:49,070 --> 00:28:49,690
in my bed

876
00:28:49,690 --> 00:28:51,190
I have that on like this little little

877
00:28:51,190 --> 00:28:52,929
table so it's all taped out as well just

878
00:28:52,929 --> 00:28:54,399
to just to be safe with these cats

879
00:28:54,399 --> 00:28:56,259
running around Manny he's gonna get up

880
00:28:56,259 --> 00:28:57,639
with a bunch of orders but that's great

881
00:28:57,639 --> 00:28:59,889
he he was telling me how he at one point

882
00:28:59,889 --> 00:29:01,750
like early on before Maidan that

883
00:29:01,750 --> 00:29:04,389
launched he launched like a OS like art

884
00:29:04,389 --> 00:29:06,639
store or something like that so oh cool

885
00:29:06,639 --> 00:29:09,100
he's a great dude I had a chance to meet

886
00:29:09,100 --> 00:29:10,629
with him after the uski work event we

887
00:29:10,629 --> 00:29:12,070
all went to this bar and just hung out

888
00:29:12,070 --> 00:29:14,230
for a while talked with Rob a lot there

889
00:29:14,230 --> 00:29:15,730
but but also talked with bonds and he's

890
00:29:15,730 --> 00:29:17,710
just such a cool guy so passionate so

891
00:29:17,710 --> 00:29:19,450
friendly so positive so huge shout out

892
00:29:19,450 --> 00:29:21,519
to him for making this awesome art man I

893
00:29:21,519 --> 00:29:23,289
feel like I keep forgetting people to

894
00:29:23,289 --> 00:29:26,049
shout out so team nougat you hung out

895
00:29:26,049 --> 00:29:27,700
with Rob Benke from nougat

896
00:29:27,700 --> 00:29:31,570
I just wanna anyone watching who is even

897
00:29:31,570 --> 00:29:34,779
somewhat interested in testing nougat

898
00:29:34,779 --> 00:29:37,179
they are still accepting beta users I

899
00:29:37,179 --> 00:29:39,490
believe so go on their website and sign

900
00:29:39,490 --> 00:29:41,080
up they're always looking for feedback

901
00:29:41,080 --> 00:29:44,440
and it sounds like what Rob Fincher said

902
00:29:44,440 --> 00:29:46,570
is that they have some releases coming

903
00:29:46,570 --> 00:29:48,159
probably in the next couple weeks couple

904
00:29:48,159 --> 00:29:52,330
months so I'm sure they test that q2 as

905
00:29:52,330 --> 00:29:53,769
well as when that alpha is gonna go live

906
00:29:53,769 --> 00:29:54,700
and they're kind of making this

907
00:29:54,700 --> 00:29:56,980
developer social network it's you know a

908
00:29:56,980 --> 00:29:58,570
better version of github basically so

909
00:29:58,570 --> 00:30:00,309
it's pretty cool but in addition to all

910
00:30:00,309 --> 00:30:01,870
that we have a bunch of future events

911
00:30:01,870 --> 00:30:04,210
that I'm gonna be at as well oh yeah so

912
00:30:04,210 --> 00:30:05,889
just to run through those South by

913
00:30:05,889 --> 00:30:07,570
Southwest obviously has a gaming track

914
00:30:07,570 --> 00:30:08,950
they have sort of a smaller crypto track

915
00:30:08,950 --> 00:30:10,899
but Rudy for mythical games huge shout

916
00:30:10,899 --> 00:30:12,970
out to him has invited me out to the

917
00:30:12,970 --> 00:30:15,250
Blanco sort of launch party event where

918
00:30:15,250 --> 00:30:16,840
they're gonna really cool a trailer from

919
00:30:16,840 --> 00:30:18,730
the game they're releasing exclusive

920
00:30:18,730 --> 00:30:20,980
blanka's which I'm like so hyped about

921
00:30:20,980 --> 00:30:23,230
if you follow play mythical on Twitter

922
00:30:23,230 --> 00:30:25,179
or play Blancos on Twitter they've been

923
00:30:25,179 --> 00:30:27,399
tweeting out these exclusive like one of

924
00:30:27,399 --> 00:30:29,620
a thousand one of 601a 900 different

925
00:30:29,620 --> 00:30:30,730
blank O's they're gonna have nine

926
00:30:30,730 --> 00:30:32,289
different exclusive ones at the event so

927
00:30:32,289 --> 00:30:34,299
I'm hoping I can collect all nine that's

928
00:30:34,299 --> 00:30:35,740
like secretly the reason why I really

929
00:30:35,740 --> 00:30:38,799
wanted to go I'm super excited about it

930
00:30:38,799 --> 00:30:40,029
I can't wait to see they're basicly

931
00:30:40,029 --> 00:30:41,830
leading the South by Southwest gaming

932
00:30:41,830 --> 00:30:43,870
track they had thousands of people going

933
00:30:43,870 --> 00:30:46,029
to this initial opening event so just

934
00:30:46,029 --> 00:30:47,110
like they did when they announced this

935
00:30:47,110 --> 00:30:49,179
at the gamers Choice Awards in front of

936
00:30:49,179 --> 00:30:51,220
2 or 3 million people at initial trailer

937
00:30:51,220 --> 00:30:53,139
they're launching this second gameplay

938
00:30:53,139 --> 00:30:55,059
trailer in front of so many people as

939
00:30:55,059 --> 00:30:56,679
well so huge props to the mythical games

940
00:30:56,679 --> 00:30:58,450
team they they don't go small games on

941
00:30:58,450 --> 00:31:02,470
yes small yeah so is this going to be

942
00:31:02,470 --> 00:31:03,880
the first time you've met

943
00:31:03,880 --> 00:31:05,680
this will be the first time I met him in

944
00:31:05,680 --> 00:31:07,270
person we've spoken a lot you know over

945
00:31:07,270 --> 00:31:08,920
telegram on different calls here and

946
00:31:08,920 --> 00:31:10,480
there obviously working together on D

947
00:31:10,480 --> 00:31:12,580
goods but yeah first time I'll be

948
00:31:12,580 --> 00:31:13,510
meeting him and some of the other

949
00:31:13,510 --> 00:31:15,250
mythical games guys in person so seems

950
00:31:15,250 --> 00:31:17,290
to look for that I mean I'm going off

951
00:31:17,290 --> 00:31:19,270
script again here Rob but I I love

952
00:31:19,270 --> 00:31:21,850
stories so I remember whenever we first

953
00:31:21,850 --> 00:31:23,560
heard about mythical games and you had

954
00:31:23,560 --> 00:31:25,270
like more knowledge of the background of

955
00:31:25,270 --> 00:31:27,760
like Blizzard and Activision and stuff

956
00:31:27,760 --> 00:31:29,710
and you kind of had that initial

957
00:31:29,710 --> 00:31:31,420
connection to Rudy it seemed like like

958
00:31:31,420 --> 00:31:32,620
you were already talking to him in a

959
00:31:32,620 --> 00:31:35,110
p.m. like as soon as they announced yeah

960
00:31:35,110 --> 00:31:37,750
so how did that like it like I don't

961
00:31:37,750 --> 00:31:39,550
know working friendship like come about

962
00:31:39,550 --> 00:31:40,600
and it seems like you guys have been

963
00:31:40,600 --> 00:31:42,910
collaborating a lot lately and I think

964
00:31:42,910 --> 00:31:45,070
it's really really cool because there's

965
00:31:45,070 --> 00:31:46,510
other people in this ecosystem that I've

966
00:31:46,510 --> 00:31:47,770
seen you connect with like that and

967
00:31:47,770 --> 00:31:49,570
they're typically gamers and it's so

968
00:31:49,570 --> 00:31:51,640
interesting that how many people in this

969
00:31:51,640 --> 00:31:53,500
space come from a gaming background

970
00:31:53,500 --> 00:31:56,080
going back to yow from liquid yes and

971
00:31:56,080 --> 00:31:57,490
all that Brock

972
00:31:57,490 --> 00:31:59,890
Brenden yeah absolutely and they all

973
00:31:59,890 --> 00:32:01,060
were sort of involved on like the

974
00:32:01,060 --> 00:32:02,410
selling gold side of World of Warcraft

975
00:32:02,410 --> 00:32:04,030
whereas Rudy was involved actually

976
00:32:04,030 --> 00:32:05,710
making world of warcraft and worked on

977
00:32:05,710 --> 00:32:07,990
several the expansions that I played so

978
00:32:07,990 --> 00:32:09,340
that was really my my main interest in

979
00:32:09,340 --> 00:32:10,870
reaching out when I saw oh part of this

980
00:32:10,870 --> 00:32:12,820
team has worked on World of Warcraft

981
00:32:12,820 --> 00:32:14,590
before a game that I've put hundreds and

982
00:32:14,590 --> 00:32:16,420
hundreds of days of playtime into don't

983
00:32:16,420 --> 00:32:18,040
really play it so much anymore the the

984
00:32:18,040 --> 00:32:19,510
recent Activision Blizzard that's a

985
00:32:19,510 --> 00:32:23,230
whole nother tangent Nvidia was an

986
00:32:23,230 --> 00:32:25,000
awesome guy yeah exactly

987
00:32:25,000 --> 00:32:26,680
he's an awesome guy worked on World of

988
00:32:26,680 --> 00:32:27,850
Warcraft some of the games that I played

989
00:32:27,850 --> 00:32:28,960
some of the expansions I played so I

990
00:32:28,960 --> 00:32:30,130
just wanted to reach out and you know

991
00:32:30,130 --> 00:32:32,140
learn about why he was coming to EOS and

992
00:32:32,140 --> 00:32:32,830
some of the games that they were

993
00:32:32,830 --> 00:32:34,390
building and I think we really hit it

994
00:32:34,390 --> 00:32:36,460
off and then you know shortly thereafter

995
00:32:36,460 --> 00:32:38,950
a few weeks or months later he reached

996
00:32:38,950 --> 00:32:40,330
out about D goods and I linked them with

997
00:32:40,330 --> 00:32:41,950
pixie oh s--- and sort of came on board

998
00:32:41,950 --> 00:32:43,720
with that whole initiative so it's been

999
00:32:43,720 --> 00:32:44,950
super awesome and I can't wait to meet

1000
00:32:44,950 --> 00:32:46,810
him in person and hopefully get those

1001
00:32:46,810 --> 00:32:48,760
exclusive blanka's I think that's the

1002
00:32:48,760 --> 00:32:50,440
value you bring to this ecosystem Robin

1003
00:32:50,440 --> 00:32:51,910
ah I'm getting there too with my network

1004
00:32:51,910 --> 00:32:53,920
as well it's like you're able to put all

1005
00:32:53,920 --> 00:32:55,360
these pieces together that might have

1006
00:32:55,360 --> 00:32:57,910
taken months to connect on their own but

1007
00:32:57,910 --> 00:32:59,200
you're able to give it to them like

1008
00:32:59,200 --> 00:33:01,120
instantaneously and get everyone working

1009
00:33:01,120 --> 00:33:03,730
together because you know all of this

1010
00:33:03,730 --> 00:33:08,110
stuff being done in silos and there's a

1011
00:33:08,110 --> 00:33:09,910
lot of other people in the space that do

1012
00:33:09,910 --> 00:33:11,890
it but it's like it's like a superpower

1013
00:33:11,890 --> 00:33:13,660
I think and I love hearing stuff like

1014
00:33:13,660 --> 00:33:16,360
this especially after last week just

1015
00:33:16,360 --> 00:33:17,350
based on the theme of our up

1016
00:33:17,350 --> 00:33:19,330
you kind of put an open message out to

1017
00:33:19,330 --> 00:33:21,340
anyone developing on any other platform

1018
00:33:21,340 --> 00:33:23,679
or who hasn't selected a platform yet to

1019
00:33:23,679 --> 00:33:25,720
reach out to you have you gotten anyone

1020
00:33:25,720 --> 00:33:27,130
directly because of that video do you

1021
00:33:27,130 --> 00:33:28,990
think yeah I have a couple meetings

1022
00:33:28,990 --> 00:33:31,210
scheduled one when they got just

1023
00:33:31,210 --> 00:33:33,460
postponed slightly but super excited

1024
00:33:33,460 --> 00:33:34,419
about it some people reach out over

1025
00:33:34,419 --> 00:33:36,549
email on telegram and Twitter DM is kind

1026
00:33:36,549 --> 00:33:38,259
of like on every platform people reached

1027
00:33:38,259 --> 00:33:40,000
out but again if you're looking to build

1028
00:33:40,000 --> 00:33:41,380
out EEOC or maybe building on another

1029
00:33:41,380 --> 00:33:43,000
platform that isn't quite working for

1030
00:33:43,000 --> 00:33:45,429
you reach out to me Rob at Seifer glass

1031
00:33:45,429 --> 00:33:50,049
cyp h er GLA ss calm and we'll schedule

1032
00:33:50,049 --> 00:33:51,580
a free consulting call and sort of show

1033
00:33:51,580 --> 00:33:53,620
you how a O's could help you move your

1034
00:33:53,620 --> 00:33:55,779
business or your DAP forward that's uh

1035
00:33:55,779 --> 00:33:57,399
and it was because of the video because

1036
00:33:57,399 --> 00:33:58,929
I know you've been doing this like kind

1037
00:33:58,929 --> 00:34:00,429
of on your own for a long time but that

1038
00:34:00,429 --> 00:34:02,649
message helped because it definitely

1039
00:34:02,649 --> 00:34:03,519
helped I think it's something we should

1040
00:34:03,519 --> 00:34:05,169
mention regularly because nothing that I

1041
00:34:05,169 --> 00:34:07,029
can do people ask me a lot you know

1042
00:34:07,029 --> 00:34:09,040
what's your day-to-day look like a

1043
00:34:09,040 --> 00:34:10,899
portion of my day obviously is focused

1044
00:34:10,899 --> 00:34:12,250
on you know cypher glass content and

1045
00:34:12,250 --> 00:34:13,419
everything you stuff and broader

1046
00:34:13,419 --> 00:34:15,250
business strategies at aus name service

1047
00:34:15,250 --> 00:34:16,480
and some other projects that we have

1048
00:34:16,480 --> 00:34:17,980
behind the scenes as well but a

1049
00:34:17,980 --> 00:34:19,839
significant portion of my day is just

1050
00:34:19,839 --> 00:34:21,790
spent on trying to help grow the EOS

1051
00:34:21,790 --> 00:34:23,770
ecosystem so if that's you know linking

1052
00:34:23,770 --> 00:34:25,270
Rudy with other people to join the D

1053
00:34:25,270 --> 00:34:26,740
Goods initiative or if that's doing free

1054
00:34:26,740 --> 00:34:28,149
consulting calls with projects to build

1055
00:34:28,149 --> 00:34:30,790
on EOS or maybe it's having a call with

1056
00:34:30,790 --> 00:34:32,500
a fund who's looking to you know

1057
00:34:32,500 --> 00:34:33,909
increase their position in EOS and they

1058
00:34:33,909 --> 00:34:35,139
have some questions about the current

1059
00:34:35,139 --> 00:34:36,879
state of the ecosystem there are so many

1060
00:34:36,879 --> 00:34:37,810
different things that I'm doing on a

1061
00:34:37,810 --> 00:34:39,579
daily basis to try to add value to you

1062
00:34:39,579 --> 00:34:41,169
so that's where a big chunk of my day

1063
00:34:41,169 --> 00:34:42,819
goes as well and this is a huge part of

1064
00:34:42,819 --> 00:34:44,169
that something I love doing so please

1065
00:34:44,169 --> 00:34:45,909
reach out if you're interested that's

1066
00:34:45,909 --> 00:34:48,159
awesome I I love hearing stuff like that

1067
00:34:48,159 --> 00:34:49,929
because I don't have this close

1068
00:34:49,929 --> 00:34:51,339
relationship with as many other people I

1069
00:34:51,339 --> 00:34:52,450
have good relationships with a lot of

1070
00:34:52,450 --> 00:34:54,490
people in this ecosystem but I love

1071
00:34:54,490 --> 00:34:57,940
asking stories from you I interrupted

1072
00:34:57,940 --> 00:34:59,079
you a little bit we didn't get through

1073
00:34:59,079 --> 00:35:00,730
your events you're also going to be at

1074
00:35:00,730 --> 00:35:02,890
an SV K crypto event in London when

1075
00:35:02,890 --> 00:35:05,829
one's that very busy month so March 26 I

1076
00:35:05,829 --> 00:35:08,500
think it's 6 to 8 p.m. London time

1077
00:35:08,500 --> 00:35:10,359
SP CACREP is doing another cool event

1078
00:35:10,359 --> 00:35:11,740
they usually have a huge portion of the

1079
00:35:11,740 --> 00:35:13,060
City of London the London kripak we need

1080
00:35:13,060 --> 00:35:14,500
to come out so super excited to see

1081
00:35:14,500 --> 00:35:15,970
those guys again and interact with the

1082
00:35:15,970 --> 00:35:17,770
community across the pond

1083
00:35:17,770 --> 00:35:20,050
shout out I've been shot on all the

1084
00:35:20,050 --> 00:35:22,630
content creators amazing content from

1085
00:35:22,630 --> 00:35:24,460
the guys at SVU Kate crypto they do a

1086
00:35:24,460 --> 00:35:27,520
daily 15-minute of crypto fame podcast

1087
00:35:27,520 --> 00:35:29,410
so if you want to cook their daily these

1088
00:35:29,410 --> 00:35:30,700
are guys

1089
00:35:30,700 --> 00:35:32,140
and then they also do some really really

1090
00:35:32,140 --> 00:35:34,180
high-end video content whenever they

1091
00:35:34,180 --> 00:35:35,829
travel abroad and things like that they

1092
00:35:35,829 --> 00:35:38,109
come back and someone in their office is

1093
00:35:38,109 --> 00:35:39,820
getting to work on the video editing but

1094
00:35:39,820 --> 00:35:41,530
they put out some really good stuff

1095
00:35:41,530 --> 00:35:43,240
so if you guys are still thirsty for

1096
00:35:43,240 --> 00:35:44,859
content after watching everything year

1097
00:35:44,859 --> 00:35:48,030
some Brock Pierce one svk cryptid gotcha

1098
00:35:48,030 --> 00:35:50,980
definitely the one more events the vet

1099
00:35:50,980 --> 00:35:52,990
yeah last event for the future so Kevin

1100
00:35:52,990 --> 00:35:54,160
while I was at the event

1101
00:35:54,160 --> 00:35:55,900
Kevin rose from use New York asked if I

1102
00:35:55,900 --> 00:35:58,390
would come on and speak be one of the

1103
00:35:58,390 --> 00:35:59,740
speakers at the next to us New York

1104
00:35:59,740 --> 00:36:00,730
event it seems like they're gonna do

1105
00:36:00,730 --> 00:36:02,320
these every other month so tentatively

1106
00:36:02,320 --> 00:36:04,359
in April I will be speaking at the next

1107
00:36:04,359 --> 00:36:05,920
u.s. New York event presenting something

1108
00:36:05,920 --> 00:36:07,750
about EO something hopefully pretty

1109
00:36:07,750 --> 00:36:09,010
interesting for everybody there that

1110
00:36:09,010 --> 00:36:10,480
will be attending so stay tuned for more

1111
00:36:10,480 --> 00:36:12,400
details on that there's no official date

1112
00:36:12,400 --> 00:36:14,619
set yet but should be sometime in April

1113
00:36:14,619 --> 00:36:17,589
I have an interesting story also not no

1114
00:36:17,589 --> 00:36:19,300
notes I keep things just keep popping on

1115
00:36:19,300 --> 00:36:22,780
my head today Rob what was that guy's

1116
00:36:22,780 --> 00:36:24,849
name that posted the video of you it was

1117
00:36:24,849 --> 00:36:26,230
like a really like he's just using like

1118
00:36:26,230 --> 00:36:28,690
a selfie stick I don't want to give him

1119
00:36:28,690 --> 00:36:30,400
a shot if you can think of his name that

1120
00:36:30,400 --> 00:36:32,619
Barry so I know you're talking about he

1121
00:36:32,619 --> 00:36:35,700
wears the same glasses that the guy from

1122
00:36:35,700 --> 00:36:39,430
bulletproof coffee wears well I'm

1123
00:36:39,430 --> 00:36:41,560
blanking on the shout out to this guy

1124
00:36:41,560 --> 00:36:43,869
yeah because he talked to you and he

1125
00:36:43,869 --> 00:36:46,180
talked to some of the u.s. New York guys

1126
00:36:46,180 --> 00:36:48,910
and he made a comment one of the years

1127
00:36:48,910 --> 00:36:51,579
New York guys I think was Rick he

1128
00:36:51,579 --> 00:36:53,710
mentioned how it's about one year ago

1129
00:36:53,710 --> 00:36:56,440
they did their very first Meetup so if

1130
00:36:56,440 --> 00:36:58,480
that's the case I remember when you and

1131
00:36:58,480 --> 00:37:01,119
your brother Mike we're out of the off

1132
00:37:01,119 --> 00:37:02,589
because at the time you were still with

1133
00:37:02,589 --> 00:37:05,079
I seola and you guys went on a trip for

1134
00:37:05,079 --> 00:37:06,220
a few days and you said you were going

1135
00:37:06,220 --> 00:37:08,470
in New York for some us event and this

1136
00:37:08,470 --> 00:37:11,829
is last what March or February so like

1137
00:37:11,829 --> 00:37:13,900
we're really in the EOS we are a couple

1138
00:37:13,900 --> 00:37:15,430
weeks away from we were like two weeks

1139
00:37:15,430 --> 00:37:16,930
away from starting the podcast I think

1140
00:37:16,930 --> 00:37:18,720
you came back and was motivated to do it

1141
00:37:18,720 --> 00:37:22,000
but that's crazy you were basically part

1142
00:37:22,000 --> 00:37:24,550
of history in a way because that was a

1143
00:37:24,550 --> 00:37:26,319
lot of times a lot of people met in

1144
00:37:26,319 --> 00:37:28,390
person for the first time and it's so

1145
00:37:28,390 --> 00:37:30,670
funny because I met definitely I met

1146
00:37:30,670 --> 00:37:33,310
Kevin at that event and you know he was

1147
00:37:33,310 --> 00:37:34,390
meeting so many people for the first

1148
00:37:34,390 --> 00:37:36,400
time at that event and he obviously

1149
00:37:36,400 --> 00:37:37,569
didn't know that we were playing you

1150
00:37:37,569 --> 00:37:38,829
launched a block producer as well at

1151
00:37:38,829 --> 00:37:40,450
that time but I mentioned this to him at

1152
00:37:40,450 --> 00:37:41,800
the event I was just at like by the way

1153
00:37:41,800 --> 00:37:43,250
I was at that first event and we met

1154
00:37:43,250 --> 00:37:44,810
like he told me about the undersea cable

1155
00:37:44,810 --> 00:37:46,700
map of like the Internet it said he's

1156
00:37:46,700 --> 00:37:48,770
like what for real it was just funny

1157
00:37:48,770 --> 00:37:50,390
that he didn't realize I was there but

1158
00:37:50,390 --> 00:37:51,290
if you could go back and check that

1159
00:37:51,290 --> 00:37:52,370
guest list on Meetup

1160
00:37:52,370 --> 00:37:54,710
I was definitely there that's awesome so

1161
00:37:54,710 --> 00:37:56,630
yeah I'll probably be at the one in

1162
00:37:56,630 --> 00:37:58,220
April I don't think it's been announced

1163
00:37:58,220 --> 00:38:01,850
publicly yet probably III will be wrong

1164
00:38:01,850 --> 00:38:05,150
I so many people you say like oh I'm

1165
00:38:05,150 --> 00:38:07,220
Zach gone my networks not as strong but

1166
00:38:07,220 --> 00:38:08,450
there were so many people that came up

1167
00:38:08,450 --> 00:38:10,070
to me saying hey is Zach here like I

1168
00:38:10,070 --> 00:38:11,960
want to talk to Zach like said a lot of

1169
00:38:11,960 --> 00:38:13,040
people want to see him and you got to

1170
00:38:13,040 --> 00:38:14,390
come to the next event it's gonna be

1171
00:38:14,390 --> 00:38:14,810
awesome

1172
00:38:14,810 --> 00:38:17,360
III was so bummed out to not be at the

1173
00:38:17,360 --> 00:38:19,640
last event so yeah I'm a hundred percent

1174
00:38:19,640 --> 00:38:21,170
going to be there I don't really think

1175
00:38:21,170 --> 00:38:22,430
there's anything in April that would

1176
00:38:22,430 --> 00:38:24,110
ever prevent me it was a really weird

1177
00:38:24,110 --> 00:38:26,600
circumstance last week with my wife

1178
00:38:26,600 --> 00:38:28,730
being out of town at the same time but

1179
00:38:28,730 --> 00:38:30,770
yeah I will be there so Kevin Rose let

1180
00:38:30,770 --> 00:38:32,840
me freaking know I will mark it on my

1181
00:38:32,840 --> 00:38:35,360
calendar and book my travel early I will

1182
00:38:35,360 --> 00:38:36,890
love I would love to meet the year's

1183
00:38:36,890 --> 00:38:37,940
community you said there's like a

1184
00:38:37,940 --> 00:38:40,100
hundred people there pretty good roughly

1185
00:38:40,100 --> 00:38:41,480
that's a really big event fill up a

1186
00:38:41,480 --> 00:38:42,860
great event there's like an Amazon Web

1187
00:38:42,860 --> 00:38:44,990
Services like meetup event basically

1188
00:38:44,990 --> 00:38:46,070
where they use that they have a bunch of

1189
00:38:46,070 --> 00:38:47,240
screens so even if you're in the back

1190
00:38:47,240 --> 00:38:48,470
you can still understand what's going on

1191
00:38:48,470 --> 00:38:49,910
it's really well done and you can ask

1192
00:38:49,910 --> 00:38:51,380
questions to all the people that are

1193
00:38:51,380 --> 00:38:54,020
speaking which is pretty cool yes New

1194
00:38:54,020 --> 00:38:54,500
York

1195
00:38:54,500 --> 00:38:57,020
so whenever you went to that meetup one

1196
00:38:57,020 --> 00:38:58,760
year ago could could you sense that

1197
00:38:58,760 --> 00:39:00,680
they're going to be a top block producer

1198
00:39:00,680 --> 00:39:03,140
at the time or were they just like you

1199
00:39:03,140 --> 00:39:04,610
pray didn't meet any in person at the

1200
00:39:04,610 --> 00:39:07,040
time yet but did they stand out at back

1201
00:39:07,040 --> 00:39:09,080
then yeah I mean I think they stood out

1202
00:39:09,080 --> 00:39:10,610
mostly in the fact that they were the

1203
00:39:10,610 --> 00:39:12,230
first block producer to ever announce

1204
00:39:12,230 --> 00:39:13,760
like they were the first that came out

1205
00:39:13,760 --> 00:39:15,050
and said hey we're gonna run a BP and

1206
00:39:15,050 --> 00:39:16,490
nobody else had ever announced at that

1207
00:39:16,490 --> 00:39:19,430
time so I think that has done a lot for

1208
00:39:19,430 --> 00:39:20,690
them just because they've had the most

1209
00:39:20,690 --> 00:39:22,790
time out of anybody to really make their

1210
00:39:22,790 --> 00:39:23,930
mark to show that they're committed to

1211
00:39:23,930 --> 00:39:25,370
us and that's probably why they've

1212
00:39:25,370 --> 00:39:27,560
produced the most blocks on the es main

1213
00:39:27,560 --> 00:39:29,300
out of anybody if you look at a chart

1214
00:39:29,300 --> 00:39:30,290
that will pull up here later in the

1215
00:39:30,290 --> 00:39:32,270
episode but it makes a ton of sense you

1216
00:39:32,270 --> 00:39:33,200
know they've had the longest time to

1217
00:39:33,200 --> 00:39:34,790
engage with the community and have done

1218
00:39:34,790 --> 00:39:36,290
some pretty great things so shout out to

1219
00:39:36,290 --> 00:39:38,090
them yeah I feel like every week we're

1220
00:39:38,090 --> 00:39:39,380
talking about them and we're not really

1221
00:39:39,380 --> 00:39:41,390
doing it on like we like the guys

1222
00:39:41,390 --> 00:39:43,190
they're like Kevin's good guy really I

1223
00:39:43,190 --> 00:39:45,710
like helping good people but we don't do

1224
00:39:45,710 --> 00:39:47,060
this on purpose they're just always

1225
00:39:47,060 --> 00:39:48,710
doing good stuff and that's the

1226
00:39:48,710 --> 00:39:50,450
transition into the next topic we missed

1227
00:39:50,450 --> 00:39:52,700
it about two weeks ago but the EOS

1228
00:39:52,700 --> 00:39:55,930
Alliance is transitioning from a

1229
00:39:55,930 --> 00:39:56,990
non-traditional

1230
00:39:56,990 --> 00:39:59,240
nonprofit organization with a temporary

1231
00:39:59,240 --> 00:40:02,150
board and they're transitioning into EOS

1232
00:40:02,150 --> 00:40:05,390
dau which for those not familiar Dow is

1233
00:40:05,390 --> 00:40:07,940
a decentralized autonomous organization

1234
00:40:07,940 --> 00:40:11,150
and that initiative is actually being

1235
00:40:11,150 --> 00:40:14,030
led by Yost New York in partnership with

1236
00:40:14,030 --> 00:40:16,820
one of the core teams from yo stack so

1237
00:40:16,820 --> 00:40:18,170
they're not saying yes back as a whole

1238
00:40:18,170 --> 00:40:19,880
but like a group within EO stack and

1239
00:40:19,880 --> 00:40:21,980
there's probably others involved as well

1240
00:40:21,980 --> 00:40:25,040
but I'm pretty excited about this

1241
00:40:25,040 --> 00:40:27,650
because I think we've seen the

1242
00:40:27,650 --> 00:40:30,920
community's response to I guess giving

1243
00:40:30,920 --> 00:40:33,710
any one person or one group any type of

1244
00:40:33,710 --> 00:40:35,540
Authority or spending power no one

1245
00:40:35,540 --> 00:40:37,910
trusts anybody in the network yeah and I

1246
00:40:37,910 --> 00:40:40,280
think coming out as a Dow is actually

1247
00:40:40,280 --> 00:40:42,950
going to at the end of the day give the

1248
00:40:42,950 --> 00:40:45,140
EOS Alliance a lot I don't wanna say

1249
00:40:45,140 --> 00:40:46,130
Authority because they're independent

1250
00:40:46,130 --> 00:40:48,710
but it's gonna I think it's gonna help

1251
00:40:48,710 --> 00:40:51,830
but more legitimacy yeah and more fair

1252
00:40:51,830 --> 00:40:53,420
no one's gonna complain about like it

1253
00:40:53,420 --> 00:40:56,869
being a hand-picked board but what are

1254
00:40:56,869 --> 00:40:58,640
your thoughts on this besides it just

1255
00:40:58,640 --> 00:41:01,369
being a good initiative I think you know

1256
00:41:01,369 --> 00:41:03,320
I have a ton of time to look into the

1257
00:41:03,320 --> 00:41:04,940
the very very specifics I know that you

1258
00:41:04,940 --> 00:41:07,130
know Thomas Cox stepped down as I guess

1259
00:41:07,130 --> 00:41:08,420
one of the interim leaders there him

1260
00:41:08,420 --> 00:41:10,130
director and now had that four million

1261
00:41:10,130 --> 00:41:11,480
dollar investment at strong block so

1262
00:41:11,480 --> 00:41:12,859
congrats to him and you know the team

1263
00:41:12,859 --> 00:41:14,210
out there that's that's working on that

1264
00:41:14,210 --> 00:41:16,910
Enterprise Solution to bring enterprises

1265
00:41:16,910 --> 00:41:19,369
on the EO so that's exciting but other

1266
00:41:19,369 --> 00:41:21,260
than that I think it's just it's a step

1267
00:41:21,260 --> 00:41:22,820
in the right direction right if EOS is a

1268
00:41:22,820 --> 00:41:24,980
platform not just for dabs but also for

1269
00:41:24,980 --> 00:41:26,300
dowels these decentralized autonomous

1270
00:41:26,300 --> 00:41:28,400
organizations or entities or companies

1271
00:41:28,400 --> 00:41:30,410
whatever you want to call them if it is

1272
00:41:30,410 --> 00:41:31,730
this platform I think we need to lead by

1273
00:41:31,730 --> 00:41:33,590
example and what better way to set an

1274
00:41:33,590 --> 00:41:35,630
example than to lead the EOS Alliance as

1275
00:41:35,630 --> 00:41:37,850
this Dao that you know is looking out

1276
00:41:37,850 --> 00:41:39,260
for the best interest of the network is

1277
00:41:39,260 --> 00:41:41,119
kind of pushing initiatives like recs

1278
00:41:41,119 --> 00:41:43,310
and you know the different referenda

1279
00:41:43,310 --> 00:41:45,350
that we're voting on so I think it's

1280
00:41:45,350 --> 00:41:46,820
awesome and it makes a ton of sense to

1281
00:41:46,820 --> 00:41:48,590
to go out there and say hey we're gonna

1282
00:41:48,590 --> 00:41:50,359
start this Dao and sort of show people

1283
00:41:50,359 --> 00:41:52,250
how it's done all right moving along

1284
00:41:52,250 --> 00:41:55,130
this one actually involves us in a way

1285
00:41:55,130 --> 00:41:58,640
coin payments dot-com they are a

1286
00:41:58,640 --> 00:42:00,590
payments company for crypto payments

1287
00:42:00,590 --> 00:42:02,720
they just recently added AOS to their

1288
00:42:02,720 --> 00:42:04,940
list of twelve hundred and forty other

1289
00:42:04,940 --> 00:42:06,859
coins they supports you want to explain

1290
00:42:06,859 --> 00:42:08,510
kind of what this is and why it's

1291
00:42:08,510 --> 00:42:10,619
meaningful to us yeah

1292
00:42:10,619 --> 00:42:13,410
you know ecommerce website on Shopify or

1293
00:42:13,410 --> 00:42:14,849
WooCommerce or whatever it is you're

1294
00:42:14,849 --> 00:42:17,039
selling t-shirts you're selling you know

1295
00:42:17,039 --> 00:42:19,589
whatever it is online you can actually

1296
00:42:19,589 --> 00:42:21,450
accept crypto through coin payments they

1297
00:42:21,450 --> 00:42:22,650
have cool little plugins for different

1298
00:42:22,650 --> 00:42:23,759
shopping carts and you can accept

1299
00:42:23,759 --> 00:42:25,259
Bitcoin in aetherium and litecoin and

1300
00:42:25,259 --> 00:42:27,150
like he said you know so many other

1301
00:42:27,150 --> 00:42:29,339
coins but it wasn't until now that

1302
00:42:29,339 --> 00:42:30,749
they've actually added support for iOS

1303
00:42:30,749 --> 00:42:32,970
so now if you have a store out there an

1304
00:42:32,970 --> 00:42:34,289
ecommerce store you can actually accept

1305
00:42:34,289 --> 00:42:37,950
us and get us as payments from users and

1306
00:42:37,950 --> 00:42:38,789
it's pretty awesome to see that

1307
00:42:38,789 --> 00:42:40,049
functionality that additional support

1308
00:42:40,049 --> 00:42:42,480
sort of coming online and what why is

1309
00:42:42,480 --> 00:42:44,069
that relevant to us Rob don't you have a

1310
00:42:44,069 --> 00:42:45,420
t-shirt on that we haven't really

1311
00:42:45,420 --> 00:42:47,249
announced anything publicly about any of

1312
00:42:47,249 --> 00:42:49,410
this stuff we have on our merch store we

1313
00:42:49,410 --> 00:42:50,940
haven't announced it publicly but on

1314
00:42:50,940 --> 00:42:52,710
everything you use that I owe a little

1315
00:42:52,710 --> 00:42:54,029
birdie told me that there's a new merch

1316
00:42:54,029 --> 00:42:57,240
stop merch shop set up where you can buy

1317
00:42:57,240 --> 00:42:59,309
merch like this hoodie and I gotta say

1318
00:42:59,309 --> 00:43:00,839
this is not an exaggeration this is

1319
00:43:00,839 --> 00:43:02,430
literally and I almost never use the

1320
00:43:02,430 --> 00:43:03,509
word literally because people use it

1321
00:43:03,509 --> 00:43:05,369
incorrectly but this is literally the

1322
00:43:05,369 --> 00:43:06,990
softest hoodie that I own like the

1323
00:43:06,990 --> 00:43:09,119
inside of this thing is kind of insane

1324
00:43:09,119 --> 00:43:10,890
I've been wearing it for a couple days I

1325
00:43:10,890 --> 00:43:13,079
don't really want to admit it but it's

1326
00:43:13,079 --> 00:43:14,460
super comfy you could check out this we

1327
00:43:14,460 --> 00:43:15,930
got phone cases we have hats we have

1328
00:43:15,930 --> 00:43:18,809
other shirts it really is just a way for

1329
00:43:18,809 --> 00:43:20,549
you to support the show and get some US

1330
00:43:20,549 --> 00:43:23,099
merch you know as a result but we got to

1331
00:43:23,099 --> 00:43:24,420
get through a few more topics and I

1332
00:43:24,420 --> 00:43:25,799
think we could wrap up you want to just

1333
00:43:25,799 --> 00:43:26,849
run through them quicker you want to go

1334
00:43:26,849 --> 00:43:27,930
back and forth how do you want to do it

1335
00:43:27,930 --> 00:43:30,180
yeah ITAM games I'll take the first one

1336
00:43:30,180 --> 00:43:31,499
you take second I'll take the thurible

1337
00:43:31,499 --> 00:43:33,390
clothes so I dam games just came out

1338
00:43:33,390 --> 00:43:35,160
with a future of gaming trailer saying

1339
00:43:35,160 --> 00:43:37,200
that free-to-play games are dead

1340
00:43:37,200 --> 00:43:40,019
basically and that play to earn games

1341
00:43:40,019 --> 00:43:41,640
meaning you can play and our tokens are

1342
00:43:41,640 --> 00:43:43,289
in some kind of value are the future

1343
00:43:43,289 --> 00:43:45,809
they are again releasing 20 games on the

1344
00:43:45,809 --> 00:43:48,029
US maintenance this year and put out

1345
00:43:48,029 --> 00:43:49,230
this trailer to kind of get everybody

1346
00:43:49,230 --> 00:43:50,640
hyped up and it looks like we'll get our

1347
00:43:50,640 --> 00:43:52,739
first game at the end of this month or

1348
00:43:52,739 --> 00:43:54,660
the beginning of next month so super

1349
00:43:54,660 --> 00:43:56,190
excited about that what do we have for

1350
00:43:56,190 --> 00:43:58,739
music alright we got we've talked about

1351
00:43:58,739 --> 00:44:00,720
it before Peter K on the developer

1352
00:44:00,720 --> 00:44:02,489
series oh he I don't think we published

1353
00:44:02,489 --> 00:44:03,960
a video yet but we're doing something on

1354
00:44:03,960 --> 00:44:05,579
the elemental battles so let me back

1355
00:44:05,579 --> 00:44:07,529
check we've talked about the elemental

1356
00:44:07,529 --> 00:44:09,269
battles tutorial that block one put out

1357
00:44:09,269 --> 00:44:11,789
back I believe in November October it's

1358
00:44:11,789 --> 00:44:15,150
a great entry level tutorial into EOS IO

1359
00:44:15,150 --> 00:44:17,910
to deploy your first web application but

1360
00:44:17,910 --> 00:44:19,410
what liquid apps just put out this

1361
00:44:19,410 --> 00:44:20,849
morning that we're recording this on

1362
00:44:20,849 --> 00:44:22,349
Thursday

1363
00:44:22,349 --> 00:44:24,330
it's called vram l man

1364
00:44:24,330 --> 00:44:26,850
battles and they basically took the

1365
00:44:26,850 --> 00:44:28,890
elemental battles repo that block one

1366
00:44:28,890 --> 00:44:30,840
had developed and released publicly and

1367
00:44:30,840 --> 00:44:34,710
they they integrated vram and swapped it

1368
00:44:34,710 --> 00:44:36,900
with the regular a ousmane that ram and

1369
00:44:36,900 --> 00:44:40,370
now you could actually deploy the whole

1370
00:44:40,370 --> 00:44:44,460
game for pennies essentially compared to

1371
00:44:44,460 --> 00:44:46,320
what it was before because you there was

1372
00:44:46,320 --> 00:44:49,170
a lot of RAM that was needed to store

1373
00:44:49,170 --> 00:44:51,510
the the data of this game and I think

1374
00:44:51,510 --> 00:44:54,630
games are right now at least early on

1375
00:44:54,630 --> 00:44:56,490
are the applications that stand to gain

1376
00:44:56,490 --> 00:44:59,430
the most from liquid apps and and

1377
00:44:59,430 --> 00:45:01,830
bringing down those RAM costs I think

1378
00:45:01,830 --> 00:45:03,390
the the more complex business

1379
00:45:03,390 --> 00:45:05,520
applications will come but I think in

1380
00:45:05,520 --> 00:45:07,320
the immediate future and I know there's

1381
00:45:07,320 --> 00:45:09,270
ever a PD also is able to be helped with

1382
00:45:09,270 --> 00:45:11,040
this but I think the major beneficiaries

1383
00:45:11,040 --> 00:45:15,060
are going to be the games so outside of

1384
00:45:15,060 --> 00:45:16,860
the elemental battles there was a

1385
00:45:16,860 --> 00:45:20,790
paragraph within this blog post that got

1386
00:45:20,790 --> 00:45:23,730
me excited actually texted Rob as soon

1387
00:45:23,730 --> 00:45:25,290
as I read this and I'm gonna read it out

1388
00:45:25,290 --> 00:45:28,460
loud and I'll put it on the screen says

1389
00:45:28,460 --> 00:45:31,290
ipfs as a decentralized front end

1390
00:45:31,290 --> 00:45:33,410
solution and this is on liquid apps

1391
00:45:33,410 --> 00:45:35,850
instead of storing user facing

1392
00:45:35,850 --> 00:45:38,670
application front ends and this is like

1393
00:45:38,670 --> 00:45:40,470
your HTML files the stuff you see on a

1394
00:45:40,470 --> 00:45:43,740
website on a centralized server which

1395
00:45:43,740 --> 00:45:45,660
becomes responsible for delivering the

1396
00:45:45,660 --> 00:45:48,750
content anytime it is requested what the

1397
00:45:48,750 --> 00:45:50,460
DAP network allows is it allows

1398
00:45:50,460 --> 00:45:51,990
developers to register an application

1399
00:45:51,990 --> 00:45:55,520
front end on IP FS which is a

1400
00:45:55,520 --> 00:45:59,700
distributed file storing system and it

1401
00:45:59,700 --> 00:46:01,620
allows you to store all of your website

1402
00:46:01,620 --> 00:46:04,650
front-end assets on this distributed

1403
00:46:04,650 --> 00:46:09,900
ipfs network in September 2017 block 1

1404
00:46:09,900 --> 00:46:12,990
put out a white paper on iOS IO storage

1405
00:46:12,990 --> 00:46:16,620
as it was called and this is basically a

1406
00:46:16,620 --> 00:46:20,520
hard drive for a ousmane net which would

1407
00:46:20,520 --> 00:46:22,980
store like your all these files like

1408
00:46:22,980 --> 00:46:25,800
this and I don't I wasn't able to find

1409
00:46:25,800 --> 00:46:27,450
the video to be able to play a clip for

1410
00:46:27,450 --> 00:46:30,540
this podcast but on one of those when

1411
00:46:30,540 --> 00:46:31,980
block one used to do that is like Apple

1412
00:46:31,980 --> 00:46:34,380
style videos back in 2017 and early

1413
00:46:34,380 --> 00:46:37,140
eighteen dan would say in the like ones

1414
00:46:37,140 --> 00:46:38,040
on ESI

1415
00:46:38,040 --> 00:46:40,590
you a developer will be able to deploy a

1416
00:46:40,590 --> 00:46:43,080
web application without ever deploying a

1417
00:46:43,080 --> 00:46:46,080
web server and that's exactly because

1418
00:46:46,080 --> 00:46:49,590
these applications are stateless their

1419
00:46:49,590 --> 00:46:52,590
state is on the blockchain and the the

1420
00:46:52,590 --> 00:46:53,880
missing piece is all the other stuff

1421
00:46:53,880 --> 00:46:55,530
your HTML files on your front and your

1422
00:46:55,530 --> 00:46:57,660
JavaScript files your image files your

1423
00:46:57,660 --> 00:46:59,310
video files where does all of that live

1424
00:46:59,310 --> 00:47:02,310
and this is the solution to it and and

1425
00:47:02,310 --> 00:47:05,700
app network and liquid apps based on

1426
00:47:05,700 --> 00:47:07,230
this paragraph it seems like they're

1427
00:47:07,230 --> 00:47:08,700
going to be solving these problems very

1428
00:47:08,700 --> 00:47:12,240
soon and I'm excited Peter K from from

1429
00:47:12,240 --> 00:47:13,470
da penis as you mentioned earlier

1430
00:47:13,470 --> 00:47:14,970
whenever we read this this morning it

1431
00:47:14,970 --> 00:47:16,980
just it blew our minds because now we

1432
00:47:16,980 --> 00:47:18,480
kind of got a pivot on some of the stuff

1433
00:47:18,480 --> 00:47:20,250
we're already close to wrapping up

1434
00:47:20,250 --> 00:47:23,400
because this ipfs front hosting our

1435
00:47:23,400 --> 00:47:25,970
files on an IP FS system without

1436
00:47:25,970 --> 00:47:28,890
degrading like speed or reliability is

1437
00:47:28,890 --> 00:47:31,710
very interesting to us to say the least

1438
00:47:31,710 --> 00:47:33,600
baffling yeah super exciting stuff

1439
00:47:33,600 --> 00:47:34,950
coming from that team and then to wrap

1440
00:47:34,950 --> 00:47:36,510
it up with this final piece of news we

1441
00:47:36,510 --> 00:47:37,770
have you spandex of course which you

1442
00:47:37,770 --> 00:47:39,390
mentioned earlier just to make a note

1443
00:47:39,390 --> 00:47:41,700
that that alpha or beta version I think

1444
00:47:41,700 --> 00:47:42,840
that it should be out in the next couple

1445
00:47:42,840 --> 00:47:47,730
weeks so stay tuned for that I think

1446
00:47:47,730 --> 00:47:49,980
that's all we have for this show is that

1447
00:47:49,980 --> 00:47:51,450
right so I think that's it for this week

1448
00:47:51,450 --> 00:47:54,660
Rob awesome let's wrap it up all right

1449
00:47:54,660 --> 00:47:56,790
so once again we'll see you guys next

1450
00:47:56,790 --> 00:47:58,890
week you'll pray see me actually we're

1451
00:47:58,890 --> 00:47:59,970
doing more videos now you'll praise see

1452
00:47:59,970 --> 00:48:02,190
us in a day by the next day too so we're

1453
00:48:02,190 --> 00:48:03,750
just gonna keep coming at you but once

1454
00:48:03,750 --> 00:48:07,590
again I'm Zack go I'm Rob Finch this and

1455
00:48:07,590 --> 00:48:12,470
this is everything is everything is go I

1456
00:48:12,470 --> 00:48:15,870
wonder if we got that sound it sounded

1457
00:48:15,870 --> 00:48:18,000
good see you next week

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