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then i haven't known and thank him for then things are now
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and thank you guys uh for twenty min staged a
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i mean i think it's it's it's obvious but just the number of people in this room and then there's finance component conference yesterday
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we see that uh if it's not a bubble there's a certain
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in extreme acceleration in in what we see moving towards
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uh this type of funding for for for new ventures new start ups and and then as positives and negatives
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um maybe just to kind of set the stage and see what the backdrop of this uh i
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mean richard you've you've you've earned touch with the you know most of the launch pad so
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the world and you've seen uh you seen some of this acceleration can you give a
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little bit about perspective on how you see this happening in what's going well
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yes yes that's you know i i think probably the most interesting results the at the moment it's transcription from
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uh you know the idea that we really do have a knock white eyes you go
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uh i just wanna go recently picture is that is a good not quite go but
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get the uh your your life or we actually we basically wise year after that like this
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and they are fifty thousand people sorry go so rossi we say that cracker network as big or they actually
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signed up fifty thousand other white with their basic yeah no uh uh he wisely uh no uh
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procedure for that in our review on the idea that all these these underground anonymous three well we'll only paris
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to some kind of a feeling really really that i you know we got basic information on people start regulators were happy
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and uh you know why this phenomenon i really liked as well because what we're doing now is they're
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opening up a croissant pick a they're opening up the appraiser a preschool kind of thing where
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so many people gonna best only so much so pure white basically you can impress like p. p. or whatever
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it is maximum the amount of mark people to participate again after twenty four forty eight hours of this
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great where they're they're they're putting all the white mister through that they open up to people gonna best but they want in the way of
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it i mean after that and participate so they're really trying to figure out these problems that princess we had that worked great so it
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where they had three hundred uh investors uh it was gone a it minutes and
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a their goal that was really great beauty that's what we wanna do
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as i see your family what do you wanna have twelve thousand one hundred fifty thousand people
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that's what builds the network that what network effect it so when you are exactly right which we all learn from the back
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okay and well the only got three hundred people strong like that they're not able to really have that we start with
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so i always you know from my perspective it really comes down to who we really are
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really really makes this work and people were able to do that but what that's like
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brilliant thank you i'm in a dental you you also have uh you know you have i guess
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it did the trick is now i mean there there's obviously this type of attraction the
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striped acceleration you you you will get people who are just gonna take upon try and and
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then the the the the art of it becomes you know how do you separate
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um the you know this you use the good that will walk kind of three there's a value on touch on skates uh you know
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by by any effects because they just have the fundamental fundamentals right
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well how how how do you go about uh the selecting
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yeah uh_huh so selecting is is one thing but also learned that
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it's it's we do selection the products we work with but
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it's also off to the big crowded actually supporting this project so
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they must learn to do selection and due diligence themselves and
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we can see that there are a number of success factors behind crow sales and how
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how do you make a successful project directly goes down to three basic porch uh
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authority credibility and community you really need to
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develop all of these aspects uh when
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as a project and you need to work on it proscribed side as well
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ah so and the it goes it we can we can delve deeper
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into this but uh so um introduction i think that's good
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yeah and and and so i mean the the this obviously that you know the this this this attention that it should tracking
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um uh this acceleration in in this form of funding
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is is is is creating almost its own
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industry and um we may go uh you you have some views is this is the hype
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good for ice euros and and token crypt elegy in in general yes i have
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i've read the initial comments so first of all uh i'm with uh
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and tara capital so we raise a hundred million
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dollar dedicated i see all only fine
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so i i just wanna say that first because i'm about to say
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if you make it things but i wanna make sure that people understand that fundamentally
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you know ten tara is exceedingly polish on the i. c. l. concept to the tune of like
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many billions of dollars so you know we plan to invest and it will be
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a great so returns will be had ah but we bearing that in mind
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i think the other things that i'd like to say is at the moment uh
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i see all seems to be an attempt to de centralise prematurely the centralise
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a silicon valley venture capital without solving the problem of
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trust at a distance and so i think
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with that problem i think what we have is we have a market that is probably about
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uh ninety percent bullshit and about maybe actually less than ten percent a quality
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i think they put the overflow has gone through the roof and it's just insane how many uh ice years there are
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but ah i think the last thing i just wanted to comment is is that you know those were studying the phenomenon
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by looking at the blocking directly can tell you that the typical
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form of an i. c. o. is a power distribution
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of ownership a power law distributions and so if you look at that you know you begin to understand the dynamics of
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market making well power so i think uh you know for for those people in the room doing i see
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oh it's uh it's probably worth noting that uh you know we should probably consider raising it pretty
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uh up to half of what you plan to raise in total uh anyhow um interesting
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interesting market yeah yeah two things i'm thinking about images to that
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you say deal flow but it's also a global market and we we were growing from a very very
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small community where it was you could count and you
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couldn't know each each product to came out there
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what's happening now is we see this expand on a global level then still two hundred i. c. e.
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o.'s maybe next month on a global level uh if you see a two hundred startups coming out
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racing from seed money all the way because i so sore also from her receive my name all the way to through
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missus b. and so we're seeing the start uh i i would i would say also and and the the
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it will continue to grovel but what we need to do is
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also to categorise this and let this whole space mature uh_huh
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so we understand what is the purpose so we each project in each crowd sail out there
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and what are they trying to to uh the next maybe magician pointed an exam
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and then we need to muslim introduction and uh if you usually must be excited about the you know the the
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the uncertain in this i mean do you do you consider to be the platform that you build you do you
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have any requirements of a minimal level product or do you
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select would you say to him from the lower
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jaw action on because we are just like a normal one chain like in the theorem so we can filter ah
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projects so start with the central asked and i think it's important now to have some kind of maybe
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self regulation because what is happening now is
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just some have attempts to self regulate
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the market what we can see now is why so people are trying to
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ah all for something uh like a
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transparent am yeah transparencies before the
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glitter spar over them so i think it's important to show that
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the community itself camel something really so many people are talking about some kind of sales a
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regulatory body that can evaluate those hills the thing that provide some kind of guidance
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i think that could be great because so that we could show that uh we can so we can
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sell for we can self regulate yeah okay um provide some kind of framework for the future regulation
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we should be supplied by yeah ah government some authorities that so that'll be
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awesome and people have to re our that ninety percent of startups fail
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yeah the same applies for i sell stuff that's it if it can be different is the same so
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even like normal venture investment multiple startups fail why should be different
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with actual starbucks yeah here we have a different market where
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like normal people are more likely deceased can invest in those type of
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startups that wasn't accessible uh for them before and now they have
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this talk and they have access to that market of course is that you dislike dangers that some people are gonna get around
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it's normal so because it because you can get the other way because people didn't have access to that kind of investment
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before and now they do have it so we need some kind of regulation here um what's happening now with china
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is this is c. it's like it's good i think because it can't be any other way
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because it will not come just collapse because users more regulation and people have access
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so that kind of investment people are gonna get there and so what happens now is good
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i think and just maybe because i mean you you you we've already talked about self
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regulation there's actually need for them and i think you you've make 'em in our discussions
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before this panel you you mentioned that you're already working on ice your government or
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um as being a a place where we're company can just close
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um some of the important things he's a little bit about how you see that being a tool to cut through some of the high
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yes absolutely so uh you know just to get a u. r. l. s. i. c.
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o. governments dot org and a check it out it's we we're developing uh
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essentially a standard protocol for disclosure around the custody
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chain so the the notion is that
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uh what we love to do a standardise the job of custodians
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or you know talking with folks like an sense as a millennium trusts kingdom for
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us we're talking of folks that are handling traditional institutional great custody chains
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and we're essentially enabling voluntary disclosure through a protocol for mac all the idea of one
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and it's essentially almost an extra governmental regulator construct that's
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a little bit like an actor slash s.
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one filing for i see oh it's so uh you know at the moment it's voluntary
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but you know we really would love to collaborate stuff anybody's
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working on self regulation or self governance uh in in
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the market place in i'd want to uh speak with you um my partner ah michael olive is also here
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ah and so we you know we're we're here to talk to folks about the topic of governance self governance of
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regulation 'cause i agree with with sasha um you know it it's going to how it's gonna how everyone
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uh to retrieve you wanted to uh yeah i mean i i'm really glad that someone sticking
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up it works because something has been turned around a lot in this new european community
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i know the jamie and i have talked about this before or like you want a job no but you know the job though
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but somebody's gotta pick up is towards and say hey let's create you know let's try organise this structure that's
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out there 'cause hey we do really good we cross was due diligence the community quite well surprisingly
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you know if you if if you go to be quite ah you see people deciding on on ice your now so it's like if
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you know going through people's the pictures of the of the founders need to bring them in britain ripping them apart and like
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going at them i mean i it that's that you don't just process that was there from the beginning of the few people got ripped off
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you wanna get ripped off again so there's a whole teenage beauty with a lot you
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know can you did does this we also have third party because the the crowns
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you don't struggling i think to keep up with what's going on yeah
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i see you already have really develop their business models yet so
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uh or maybe are in development so there's a real you know we've always thought that there would
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be a a really interesting profit would be for someone to build a self a regulatory uh
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project and when i see all around it and actually construct where we use
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the token to reward people for doing due diligence in helping us
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a figure you know to do the work that's needed on projects that's sort of one approach that can
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be done as many ways to commit this but we need a fin rot we need if in
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the we need an organisation or the regulators are gonna make the rules and we're not gonna have any
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say in this and the last thing i want and i tried to do the file point
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you know i don't know what you guys but i they wanted to talk
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to my accountant and my printer prints you didn't really matter and
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uh yeah i didn't need that you know they said i had to go through broker's wife because some guy doesn't understand i see those
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a a less than i do uh to to invest in a project that i i don't wanna see our our industry
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go that strict i think that's too far i think the idea that you need to be in the credit investor
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you know it's not like grandmothers are getting ripped off for industry to mold it's not it's you
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know it's not easy to invest a nice years you have to know what what you're doing
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uh and a lot of it's just people like us to make money the industry putting money back
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into the industry so we're lucky we don't have those war stories yet but it will town
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the grandmother who you know what is your house and and bought into some crazy project is going to happen at some point
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and that's that's when the s. e. c. comes in you know with the with the with the hammers it says okay it's gonna take one or two of those and
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that's it yeah so but the self regulation should it's torque at a process side
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not so much out of four years ago so what i hear has c.
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solo based on like taking us and rick approach while this
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is global in nature so i will do have some
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uh your station so close down little bit to some that are seating chart to lie to us and there were
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some other pretty open switzerland here we have some that are
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very open and like i don't manage recently announced
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and that they are they want to get a mohair act we have slovenia where
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is stone yeah we know we should router we know malta there's a
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uh the government dollar rate is also to the first movers uh
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right now now would small nations doing this one whether grandmother
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basement off quite enough for a company that it doesn't matter yes you'll still go after the exactly but then uh
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so unfortunately for you that are based in the us like you are gonna be stacked there but there's the rest of
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the world also yeah and they wouldn't yes move together with these projects to work makes most sense to set up
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and and so what i hope to be is that these
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structures some processes are built forced kind a rough
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but that makes sense and then you can go into details and and the
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the and work out the exact details of how to self regulate how
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are the file is going to be and everything but but uh but i do think that these needs to be corrected collaboration as well right
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now no one knows uh uh so looking at to structures that we have
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in projects and tokens today compared to three months ago it's all changed
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so it would be all changed again is remotes so we really cannot
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build it out to watch what we do and have it today
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yeah right because it doesn't really make sense in the systems that we do
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have to let the let me just ask this question i'd because
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well we see you mean uh you know this type of acceleration and we've seen it in
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other places in the history i we had a dot com thing that was happening
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and then we had a a clatter lies that publication thing that happened right and these things kind of of
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left left enjoy and you can say okay at that time everything was regulated write
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the word that was regulated industries um now we're talking about self regulation nine
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um is it enough is it gonna be enough to actually correct at
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the pass before uh you know grandma gets ripped off and
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the the heavy hands the s. e. c. comes in a war of the international aspect of this
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our our eco system makes it highly difficult to regulate unlike any of
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the other things is rough but maybe not the internet uh_huh yeah
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yeah and and one other thing is the one in were interesting dimension to look at the
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token ascension oh we're not talk so much about five more about regular very interesting stuff
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but one dimension is what is be token iced and what is the what what are
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the asses been talking nice right now it makes sense to token i. script assets
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to morrow three months of maybe six months we will be token icing digital assets that
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could be virtual goods in computer games or anything else that can be breach
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technologically to another system and that those assets now
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we're we're talk my grandma is probably much
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more related to what is normal security it's normal normal assets in real life and
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the when are they going to get token iced yeah it's the next
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step off to the virtual assets uh so that's also a little
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bit of a future problem to have the crypt us as we have
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today why are they created yeah is to create network effects
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and to create a yeah incentive rice in networks and and be able to drop chain based products sort of it so
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yeah and all users in those networks like to set
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order now as long as they're promoting a network
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then it's a good it's best if they are engaged users all the specific platform uh huh
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to well i mean there's you know probably about a hundred and issues uh i
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see those maybe in this room even nine um let's imagine corrections calming
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imagine that you know this type of acceleration will always kinda have an effect each other the compost drop the right
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i'm from each of the signal but i mean uh for others it might be a you know
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penny but now you have a lot of people that have maybe you know the best team
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the the really the one receiving idea out there they're about to go into a nice yellow
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it takes six months to really get the circuit right and to get to launch correct
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you know what's your advice from you guys machine this means an outside
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to somebody in that space how do they deal with that
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up coming potential correction in a month two months before the launch
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we can so uh you know i haven't of grey here
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two and had skin in the game in two thousand when the dot com bubble crash in in a sense
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nah crash is part of what gives me energy to go into i see a governance
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right in to try to structure capital formation in an extra governmental global centralise away
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but i guess what i wanted to say as advice to people who are working on deals of quality is
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that if there is a correction in there will continue to be
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deals of polity anything actually look at you know i was i've been in
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silicon valley for twenty five years and we i've seen often downs and
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that giant companies of silicon valley for
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example are largely built during crashes
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right because during a crash you actually have the availability of talent
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you have an incredible availability of of you know resources that you
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can aggregate when you can on aggregate during a hype
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mobile so to me ah i think uh a crash
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actually the signify or um of like the quality
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ah you know so so my mind set would be you know if you're if you're shit is good
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life you don't need a rash of a right you know we'll find you when when you
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i uh i would like that so people are not trying to be very
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opportunistic because his opportunity there's like free money and they're just wanna
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tap into that market and just raise some funds and they see that
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that market might be and going away so mother trying to
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actually you're the mother right here right now it's always bad
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because it's still riskier analysis you can be after you
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the comic book style project out like this quite small am to go after them just as a good example
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might be dangerous guys if you wanna raise money and don't care about the legality yeah because
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i've been on this market says here some commercials like three years ago also i
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i've seen that all actually so don't try to be too opportunistic because
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it might just calls down time and you might be like
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in jail guys these posse someone's going to go to jail for sure so it just as an example yeah and so
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there's no free money i actually it's really hard worker and and uh also some of the academic
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what we can say is that the i think you've seen it too it's very binary
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yeah if you do a product there are lots of products out there uh but there are there
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are no free money and you must work really really hard on this right now i have
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my three main topics but only community building site especially that's where you need to get your hands
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very dark grey and and spend a lot of hours online and off line would people
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because you're building a grassroots crowded and a big community we
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supporters and they have to be engaging believe in what you're doing and you have to believe globally yeah
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uh and if you don't do that then you end up being one of those products are just don't raise
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anything it yes there's a ice us open and nothing happened and there are lots of those as well
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that i think we're talking about high so for me there's gonna two types of right and this is really kind of uh
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uh you know high 'cause well it it's an interesting word but uh there's the kind of hype it comes with
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like spending a whole lot of money on marketing like getting a peep people's faces in custer everywhere within its
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own pace but right anybody has block changes the rice yours is a key word um but the real the
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real magic i think that comes in the type of uh of being able to build this kind of
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let's call viral level of hype where people are talking about you and looks like if you see
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this this is great i think aaron was a great example of that they built this
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awesome community it's been zero money on advertising pretty much uh i talked to the founders of
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it and they just take place that they nailed it on the rice yellow great product
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it didn't i barely advice but they had like you need to be done in the problem with a lot of ice your products i see is
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uh you know whatever led by really really smart people with with very high i use the code is the developers a lot of them
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uh but they don't necessarily have to social actually minnow the skills to like really
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magic really really wanna get their hands on that like i just wanna build
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stuff and you know the kind of ignore that side but that's the one i look at a great example of of uh pay for for instance
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who went and built their community and the three founders were in their everyday
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answering the questions the same questions over and over building the q. and a base any people
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that's what made unsuccessful that's why they raised on it you know you plus they were willing to what they're i get you know
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stop and go the events in several events up and going to meet up roots in amsterdam are going to need upgrades in
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in london and you know you it is work it's hard work if you want so that's why it's yellow
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one is you know it's not like building they will town that doesn't work but i i wanna quick
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quick comment which is the sex act you know in my mind successful i see oh should not be the benchmark
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uh we should be looking for successful companies you know a a one one case study
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one engine is uh oh me think all very cool company race twenty five million
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so for a quality team that's actually a pretty modest amount but if you actually look at their current
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total market capitalisation of cocaine it's close to one billion us the
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so to me that's a really nice case study of a way that you could do it
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uh_huh it's funny 'cause i miss you talk about companies that isn't all as as like that comes from
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the open source will talk about foundations so it's fundamentally kind of two different things in a way
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uh i i think it's successful ice your project is the foundation laid open source product
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which is the antithesis of what these you really want they want intellectual property for the most
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part and they wanna corporate structure would it be proper to give richard the shareholders
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one in the i still world it's the activists that is is that the only space i see for the v. c. in this
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in the space providing the expertise and secondly they want in on the p. i. c. e. o.'s were the most arbitrage yes
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and they can actually have liquidity which they don't get necessarily in investing into a into your report
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or where they've got a hundred million sitting and waiting for the axe that where the
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you know the i. p. o. uh this is it so it's very interesting from their perspective but i think what we
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need to do with us yeah was also a successful ice you go in the future should have slight contracts written
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with the best thing in it it only goes one certain benchmarks the net the project itself it forces
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that the that the founders the project so the board of the foundation is the one setting these rules the project to me
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there while stones and then the money gets released and i think that's gonna be really effective way of building these new
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uh i'm not gonna call the companies i will call them you know open source foundations in the future but
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one more thing oh so what i say or think about when it comes
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to successful cross i used to know what these your minimum bible network
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and how do you set up an one crucial part of it is to stalking community and
00:26:37
that's what you reach with across the uh so it's like the initial use requisition
00:26:43
uh and that's really important my minimum viable network what is that and
00:26:47
how soon can you realise that off to you have your process
00:26:51
have that thorough i i think you do simply adjusting things wrong creating art or visions here's the
00:26:56
i think what this does that very well people feel like they need to rush in
00:26:59
to get in because there's a limited space available uh that's pretty to be a very effective
00:27:04
technique that they were the last us years that i think we're gonna do well
00:27:08
uh you know making it seem like a you know i have to sign up for
00:27:12
this because it's it's it's not you know i it does some stairs your
00:27:17
uh that seems to be i was quite basic fibre network you know they had ended up building a white that's the fifty thousand
00:27:24
people that's pretty normal it i mean even like three times the amount of it and i thought it was gonna be you
00:27:32
so something is that is a really interesting how people are building these minimal viable u. n. b.
00:27:38
c.'s like it's a mission yeah that's the admin i think we've heard some some some good
00:27:44
tools right the almost kind of the uh to get that you can work with you know you've got the
00:27:49
you've got the wine label you've got the self a regulatory compliance that you can put out that
00:27:54
you know i'm i'm i'm a very strong supporter of smart contracts unleashing funding entrances right because then is
00:28:00
that is something that you can look for in i. c. uh you've obviously got caps involved
00:28:04
i mean just to maybe as a closing point them is or any other tools would you guys recommend for people who
00:28:09
you know who more maybe as tapped into the network but
00:28:12
still have an eye on investing all start and and
00:28:16
uh i'll just give you some tools that you should not use of uh please get away from slapping telegram
00:28:22
may sound crazy but it's only very very very talented about social factor social engineers that are fishing
00:28:28
in these communities and ripping off people to two hundred thousand euro there's discussing yourself says
00:28:34
as a as a uh as as leaders big really giving out addresses in in messaging it's impossible
00:28:40
for the the founders of the you know the community leaders to get will people very easily
00:28:45
you know so look at something like this core or uh it's it's uh i think we get rid of people very
00:28:50
easily control privacy the people that are in there though when you're white lists in your in your communities together
00:28:56
uh i just seen a lot is happening uh people putting up like you know oh
00:29:01
it's either that that that that there's a need to address because the websites
00:29:04
to basically get the ice yell at you know the but i really despise name
00:29:08
of of one of the moderators and then people is like a hundred thousand
00:29:12
dollars worth of either a within twenty seconds so you really try nice
00:29:17
that uh uh that's that part of it find the right tool
00:29:20
to build a community and i i don't think slapping the right one telegram is getting close but yeah don't rush it i mean
00:29:27
he believes over time it it takes time to to structure it
00:29:32
or on the legal side on the community side to build
00:29:35
a business model no token mulder like there are so many things to go in and do it do it right that's
00:29:42
that's my point yeah yeah i think for the products i might was would be to
00:29:47
do some kind of five k. y. c. m. l. i don't think it
00:29:49
can carter crowds they'll come better because you can draw sunk into some kind of
00:29:54
marketing ask people below was widely it's it doesn't for the crowd sales so
00:29:59
it's totally fine to do k. was yeah like a melon you'll be safer and
00:30:04
they will be given good for marketing some way and for the investors i think it's important to let them things
00:30:10
that guy understand you have to understand why the stock and uh could grow in value
00:30:14
otherwise just don't about just the way you have to understand what your rest otherwise
00:30:20
and don't try to ask any any awaken agencies right right understand
00:30:24
why this project could work potentially that would be my advice
00:30:28
so as far as dual channel try to keep it very brief so i
00:30:32
see all governments that or uh consider filing like you have one
00:30:36
are useful to all the other tool that i wanna recommend is um my friend
00:30:40
jackson palmer who is the founder of knowledge calling created actually a slack plugin
00:30:46
that prevents fishing attacks so um uh you know you can also just
00:30:51
email me nico at me kodak on unhappy they can give you the skinny on on how to get
00:30:57
that so you know it it it's a way of avoiding chain just all final knows chain analysis
00:31:02
uh i actually did a study on i. c. or fishing and they're estimating is
00:31:06
that two hundred and fifty million us dollars at the last ice your fishing
00:31:12
so it's it's i think it's a file point size things so you know be careful out there and everything okay guys i think

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Conference program

Welcome and opening remarks
15 Sept. 2017 · 9:25 a.m.
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Tokens Generation on the Blockchain
William Mougayar, General Partner, Virtual Capital Ventures
15 Sept. 2017 · 9:29 a.m.
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Panel Discussion: Inside the Token Economy, moderated by David Wachsman
Alexander Bulkin, Ransu Salovaara, Dominic Zynis, John Quinn, Resp: Co-founder, CoinFund.io - CEO, TokenMarket - Co-founder, WINGS Foundation - Co-founder, Storj
15 Sept. 2017 · 9:54 a.m.
Swiss Finance in Transition
Olga Feldmeier, CEO, SMART VALOR
15 Sept. 2017 · 10:32 a.m.
Panel Discussion: IPO 2.0: How Blockchain is Disrupting Venture Capital and Investment Banking? Moderated by Marc Badertscher
Jamie Burke , Kenzi Wang, Eddy Travia, Richard Muirhead, Resp: Founder & CEO, Outlier Ventures - Managing Partner, Superbloom Capital - CEO, Coinsilium - General Partner, Open Ocean
15 Sept. 2017 · 11:19 a.m.
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Panel Discussion: State of ICO Market – Cutting through the Hype, moderated by Daniel Haudenschild
Richard Kastelein, Daniel Zakrisson, Alexander Ivanov, Miko Matsumura, Resp: Co-founder, Cryptoassets Design Group - Co-founder, Cofound.it - CEO and founder, Waves Platform - Partner, Pantera Capital
15 Sept. 2017 · 11:54 a.m.
Fireside Chat: Investor Journey: from Bitcoin to VC. Moderated by Eric van der Kleij
Richard Moorhead, Olga Feldmeier, Charles Hoskinson, Resp: General Partner, Open Ocean - CEO, Smart Valor
15 Sept. 2017 · 1:42 p.m.
Pitch DomRaider
15 Sept. 2017 · 2:19 p.m.
Pitch Science
15 Sept. 2017 · 2:30 p.m.
Pitch Swapy / Credit Dreams
Edmilson Rodrigues, CEO
15 Sept. 2017 · 2:38 p.m.
Pitch Modex
15 Sept. 2017 · 2:45 p.m.
Pitch Etherisc
Stephan Karpischek
15 Sept. 2017 · 2:54 p.m.
Pitch RecordGram
15 Sept. 2017 · 3:02 p.m.
Pitch AION / NUCO
15 Sept. 2017 · 3:11 p.m.
Pitch BitBoost
15 Sept. 2017 · 4:14 p.m.
Pitch Sweetbridge
15 Sept. 2017 · 4:20 p.m.
Pitch Streamr
Henri Pihkala, CEO
15 Sept. 2017 · 4:29 p.m.
Pitch RightMesh
15 Sept. 2017 · 4:36 p.m.
Pitch Sun Exchange
15 Sept. 2017 · 4:44 p.m.
Pitch Papyrus
15 Sept. 2017 · 4:50 p.m.
PanelDiscussion ICO Best Practice, moderated by John Hacker
Nicolai Oster, Michael Terpin, Arie Y. Levy Cohen, Andreas Glarner, Resp: Head of ICO, Bitcoin Suisse - CEO, Transform Group - President, Blockhaus - Partner, MME Legal
15 Sept. 2017 · 5:03 p.m.
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Investor Jury Announcement and Closing Remarks
Olga Feldmeier, CEO, SMART VALOR
15 Sept. 2017 · 5:50 p.m.

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