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Miko Matsumura
General Partner at Gumi Cryptos Capital
Gustavo Montero
Principal at GAM Advisory
Grigory Rybalchenko
Founder at EmiSwap
Amrita Sethi
NFT and Traditional Artist
Catherine Ross
Crypto Managing Editor at Benzinga

Miko Matsumura is a General Partner with Gumi Ventures, a US $30M venture capital fund focused early stage blockchain startups and a Venture Partner with BitBull Capital, a cryptocurrency fund-of-funds. He is also an advisor to Arrington XRP Capital. He has been a keynote speaker at dozens of conferences around the world. He is also cofounder of crypto exchange Evercoin, Miko participated in the first wave of the Internet as chief Evangelist for the Java Language and Platform at Sun Microsystems and is now fully engaged in Internet of value. With 25 years of enterprise software marketing experience in Silicon Valley, he has raised over $50 million in venture capital for Open Source startups such as Gradle, Hazelcast and has participated in multiple exits including INFRAVIO, webMethods, Db4O. He has invested in open source money, advising successful startups like Celsius ($2B in loans), Pundi X (global point of sale devices), Tassat (banking infrastructure), Guardian Circle (Decentralized Global 911 Emergency Services) and Hub (Decentralizing Professional Social Networking). He is also an LP with Focus Ventures, a firm with over $800M under management, 9 IPOs and 44 exits. He holds an Master’s degree in Neuroscience from Yale University where he worked on abstract computational neural networks.

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Over 30 years of combined International Experience in ; Innovation, Metaverse, NFT , Business Development and Finance. Solid experience as: Principal/Owner of European top Investor Relations Company, Top tier Banks Director/Board, Head Internal Audit at Int. Federation Red Cross, Impact Investment Advisor, Blockchain/Fintech/AI Technology Company Founder. Market Development Advisor (Latam/Mena). Global Conference and Public Speaker, University Professor.

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Amrita is an award-winning, golden visa holder and the first NFT artist in the Middle East. After a successful career, spanning 15+ years, in some of the world’s largest multinational financial companies, Amrita left the corporate world for a deeper calling, which led to the creation of a new multimedia art form, called “Voice Note Art”©️. Voice note Art merges sound, technology and story telling with NFT’s giving her a perfect platform to showcase her dynamic art form. The unique idea led to her recognition and coverage with Forbes, CNN, BBC World news to winning awards, selected for Expo 2020 and creating live activations and installations in Middle East Asia and Europe. Amrita NFT’s have sold worldwide for under half a million USD and she regularly bridges the gap between physical arts and digital art. Amrita became the first NFT artist in the UAE. In 2021 she received the prestigious Golden Visa Residency in Dubai for for her contribution to the Digital Art Market in the UAE. She has recently painted and created The World’s first Sound Augmented Reality NFT Mural at the DIFC Innovation Hub and created the worlds first Augmented Reality Abaya.

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Before she became an Assistant Editor in Chief, Catherine was running Analytical, Markets and Explained Content for a year. She has also been responsible for the brand building and сommunications of the company. Featured in “Top Crypto influencers” and “Women in Blockchain” lists, she’s now managing the editorial workflow at one of the leading publications covering cryptocurrency, blockchain, decentralized applications, the internet of finance and the next generation web. Prior to that, Catherine was working as an Editor at capital.com, a fintech company developing AI trading software solutions & mobile applications. Before she entered the fintech world, she was serving as a simultaneous interpreter-intern at the United Nations Refugee Agency and a volunteer at the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent societies.

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And from the beginnings of the first cryptocurrency, Bitcoin. To the hottest thing going now, they are. Fungible tokens, can they go from pipe to mainspring? Katharine Ross, our moderator. She is the host of Benzino's. Crypto show as well as a Christian business. Etiquette for Benzene ghost named online publication. She's joined by me, who is the general partner with gooey benches? Also Gustavo, who is the principal with dscp? And of course, our artist-in-residence not setting. You saw her was at yesterday and her artwork is

still available by auction at the link below on the Terra. Virtua platform is used as Caesar or you'll be the ultimate zombie 6 today, but for now take that and listen to Amrita Sethi and the rest of our panel talking about on Sunday. Hi, everyone, come to Africa, blockchain week 2021. I'm a moderator Katharine Ross, managing editor, and co-host of Krypton use desk at benzinga. Our panel is a Nifty from type to mainstream, and I'm very excited to introduce you to our guests. So we have me come with some more a general partner of

Jimmy Winters, Gustavo Montero, principal dies, PC and advisor based in the United Arab Emirates. Sorry, Gregory Ruby and CEO of Amy Swap, and Amrita, sexy and NFC artist originally from Kenya. Hi. I am so excited to see August today and to talk to you. Thanks so much. Great to be here. I think we're going to start with just a short intro of yourself and then your background and yeah, and then we can continue the questions. Nico. Could you please start? Absolutely, so, I'm happy

to represent a little bit of the infrastructure here. I'm with Tony, kryptos capital, and we were the lead investor in the earlier Round 4 open seats. So we're very kind of committed to the platform and Technology infrastructure behind the nfte movement. So, you know on the panel, I think I'll represent sort of the technology stack and you know, the capabilities. So, you know, I think that's the best way to think about it for what I'm doing here. Gustavo, tell us a little bit about yourself. Well, I'm an engineer by training but I was a

venture for a number of years. Had the chance to open stand the charger in Switzerland, than it was in the board of directors and Kramer and a number of financial institutions. I left the bank's a few years ago to concentrate only on blockchain and digital assets. Really. And I'm I'm Old Mint with enough pieces because I'm helping a specific group of individuals to open a new platform, describe a very special pieces of art on that platform. Hi everyone. My name is Emory so sexy and I might want to pull up in Kenya, said generation, Indian Canyon. And if you know,

you know, but I've been living in the UAE for the Lost of 14 years and I like it's how I used to actually be a banker. So, I'mma Bank attend a traditional office and then, you know, from traditional address. I then turned NFC artist and I was actually the first and then she autistic in the UAE, my style of is also something that's truly unique wedding and it's created. It's too cold for snow. So I look forward to telling you a little bit more about that later on.

Asher Gregory. Hello. I'm at go pounder off any smoke and we are related to an excuse that we have to tell if he and if this on our platform so that they don't just there are some things you can use that as you can benefit from holding all these Amity. And also the reason opportunity to form the centrepiece to get more benefits. And of course, you would like everyone will be able to buy and sell on our part from or also to I go to open seat, for example, of terrible to sell their Awesome. Thank you so much. So

and the first one I'm going to just do a little bit of it and we have seen this so-called and if she crazed with the 69 million purchase of people are right. And we have seen artists and celebrities put in there are done and feel like Snoop Dogg and the weekend and and many many other artists what is happening right now? Cuz it seems it seems that the market is maturing a little bit which is a good sign. Can we talk a little bit about what is happening with the energy applications and market right now? I know you have a lot to say. Yeah, I'll try to keep

things brief that we have such awesome other panelists, but from my perspective, you know, we just did an investment in something called curio, which is sort of an IP company and they're building a lot of really interesting new interactive models on top of an ft. But I think to be honest, I think we're exceedingly early but I do think that we're in a very very very long Arc and I think it is inevitable that not only all intellectual properties and intellectual property rights will be represented in and a few blockchain but that all real

asset values will be including things like real estate. So I guess it's inevitable that in the long run that all non-fungible assets will be represented on the blockchain as an empty, right? So it, so you do not just all intellectual property including music software art books, audiobooks everything. But you know real assets as well. So, you know, I think that's the inevitable future but I I must say we are crazily early. It's if it were dead early like just a quick note, is I showed a demo to a friend on Zoom where I went to open. See my favorite place, obviously were

investors there. You can right-click in your browser, find the ipfs. Url, and then download the media asset. And when I showed this demo, my friend was just shocked. He was like, if I don't own the media asset when I buy an NFC, then what is it that I own? And I said, well, you own a cryptographically sign hash and his question was why would I want to own that? And I said, why what you want on that and I turned it around on him, you know, and it's basically the only interesting only a cryptographically authenticated hash is if that comes with right, if

it comes with enforceable rights, whether their legal rights or whether their rights that are enforced by. Software van, you have something. Otherwise, you just have a math. You have a piece of math and that's that maybe, you know, something you really enjoy having but like, you know, if it doesn't have any rights attached to it, then you know, why would you want to have that? So that that's how early we are. Turn Dan's Market. How do you evaluate that? Are we still early or is it a well? We definitely

still buy you lunch my first and last year in October, but I actually I was ready to launch it away before because I found out about it and if he is knocked down and that was actually one of the most amazing things that happened to me during the pandemic was this switch from a lot too. And I discovered it because, you know, the co-founder and CTO of Terry Bradshaw explained it to me and I shall I was the first artist even on her. If I try to remember

that when we lost it in Dubai in October. I did it a physical event. So I had to screw, you know, how bruised up and where the screen that and you know. People looking at my physical and then nobody understood that. I remember it was only people from the banking world, will the technology world that was attending it and then, and I was jabbering on all my friends, like, what he's talking about. You know, what time, I didn't go to any of his, I asked you to put it in a lot because I thought that I never thought in a million years that the

time and if he would actually take off and then what happened was this year, when people got sold for 69 million, then everybody came to me and said, okay. What is this and go to the point, where everybody kept asking me, what is an NFP that I actually made an NFC out of that? And I created in Outlook in my signature, start a voice note odd called, what the Because it kind of in it, it kind of captures the incredulous that, you know, that, you know, it's just as meekly as same as frightened of what's

going on. I don't understand that tells the story of the NFC market so far. And the way I tried to do it was to, to tell the story to you do as an educational tool to people who don't understand what. And if he's back to the collectible to the people who do know in the butt hole. I'll let me see it as more than collectible item. Right? I'm so, I do think we're still, I mean, even not now it kind of serving to me is a bit of a as a blueprint when I talk about NSE. And until I think we definitely are still a lie. I think to ask you a question in terms of

where we now personally as an NFC artist. I don't want to talk so much about the cost of anesthesia anymore. I want to move away from the prices. Prices are going to normalize. What I want to focus on is what level of creativity. And I mention that Genesis of boots to the Art Market and my aunt is a classic example of the wonders of, you know, that it's doing to my own creativity. So I'm taking, you know, to the images of the page into 3D animation into

immersive digital experiences that change the fundamental way, people interact with us. And I think that's the conversation that we should be happy. I was very, very well, could do it. If I'm not going to buy it or maybe I am. Can I still hear your empty? Yeah, absolutely. I'm might have people for you at the moment is on her. But I'm so it's a Marketplace, like, Open Sea at the only difference is, you can kind of know, don't hear it and see it just like you can do another platforms, but you can actually kind of go in and, you know, you have it in

your own, kind of fun cable all gallery. And I think that's who it was going to be staying marketplaces, you know, USPS or differential of aspects. Just a bit like a god Gallery, right? So I think his things start to normalize. I think we'll end up going. You know what the conversation was stopping about. How much is in 10 ft going to cost rather than let's go to the best platform. The best market place to find the best that we can enjoy in the most different and experiential way. Thank you. I'm Gregory, right? You have a platform

that is related to end of peace. That how the demand has changed over time since a couple of months ago. Till now. I would say that for sure in this to use for long and the First Market situation in Pocket, everybody know to only crypto but also Market. Dynasty will stay with saying that everything will be tokenized. And what we do, and actually, we need to find also more use cases for an atheist and this will silly people insist that we do. And then I definitely is there is a huge interest from the people about the futility and

we even underestimated how how, how big will be on. The also, we need to understand that there is collectors in investors, collectors relatively few compared to Farmers and liquidity providers, and all those farmers and others. We give extra ample opportunity to interact to form the centrepiece to consume this evening. So like we can read this Randolph. New area of applications open if this and the razor starts owners who really need this. Wow, thank you and Gustavo. But do you have to say is going to give you a perspective?

In reality, what I see in this market of n, f t space, as everybody said, very early stage of a. What's going on right now with this is why cos that's the way I see it. We got it. You knows what's going on? That's the reality. There's a total disconnection between techies and public or users. I had a chance to speak into it about every conference last week in a Dubai, you know, it was very hectic here and I realize, how unfortunate situation in which the public does not understand

anything about it or very little demand. And even if there's some huge discussions about, what is it really how we're going to use? Whatever we're going to do with it. It's cetera. Someone you talk about use cases right now. If you soak super early times. And if you look at, you know, the the comparison of platforms Serenity's right now in the web, 20, 30, or more platforms and you have no idea what they do or why are they different? So it is extremely early times and I think that's going to take a while before we really settled in this market. I'm going to see a lot of changes in the

in the months to come. What you're saying is that the next natural step would be educating people on entities, right? There is the creators of these animals, and if the buyers are two areas here that will compose the market, those two areas are no talking the same language today because it's quiet new again, a little bit like a very early time where nobody knew what was going on in Novation. People are creating So within a few months, perhaps we're going to have

a deacon Taste of the market. We're going to have only a few platforms performing the way that probably wasn't. The public will understand. What is that? These platforms are offering Okay. Now, to personal stories, have you ever bought? I mean wait, we have Amrita, definitely should. She did a creative that but have you ever bought or mental and NFC? Share your story? I'm happy to start, so we know I've really worked closely with some friends who are artists. And so I've been doing cementing on behalf of my friends. So, you know, I'm

definitely there was actually a wonderful incident where Dave McClure, who is the founder of 500 startups. He actually tried to buy my friends and ft on Open Sea and you should have seen the string of curse words that came out of his mouth. Like, he just was totally shocked by how difficult it was to you. Don't get a wallet and do all of the crypto things. Right? So, you know, it is definitely early the other area. I wanted to just Spotlight though is that there's an area and if he gaming, where things are actually growing incredibly fast, we have another portfolio company

called Guild Guild games rygg, and they're actually helping people in the Indonesia and the Philippines play to earn, right? So they actually using a nifty's for game pieces. And the thing that's really amazing about that is that you know, they're on boarding Normal Gamers right, Gamers? Who love Pokemon and who are not kind of crypto experts. And those people are starting to actually earn crypto by playing this game called actually Infinity. So you know who we think that engagement and gaming will be a Gateway for a lot of people to enter. Not just an empty, but

enter crypto in general. So, you know, we think that that's a really exciting development and, you know, one that speaks to the utility that Greg was talking about. Sprint, by the way, I am now eating myself, but she was punished for doing that and they have the same experience as being extremely complex at all levels, including Willets, but let's not forget that for most people in this world. Even in wallet encrypt. It was just a repetition of the same type of thing. So yes, the difficulties right there, when I get there with the technology

and this is about a rapidly, that's what's happening. I'm going to go back to the difficulty a little bit later. Greg. Have you personally bought or maybe mented and text. You on my clock for months Supply. If you could, we didn't mean teen, adult. So, what we do in this week in Miami and become conference, we had very cool decentralized. Our exercise where are there was a space costume on one of my partners and we ask you the two leaders in Crypt of the street over here

in Miami. Right? What is power on? The question and then we will work or further down this that goalies by December to get everyone. I'm even Mike Seiler and everyone everyone. And then we will handle. Goddess costume to the small parts with a definition for this power. By this people make an excuse and then like like sell them on the place for the old Imani with will give Tuesday at charity and computer, education of the kids. I mean, it could be somehow we use these hike was in it, but

it helps still to do good sense. And for example, the example, which was there. Are there any sea salt for 68 million? All the money also went to charity, right? So yes, there is a hype. There is no. Like too much like real usage, but there is a you still can get like positive things out of this. Yeah. Yeah. That is true. I'm Rico. Could you share your experience as an artist? What it's like to the Creator on NFC, what kind of difficulties she came through to do that. Let

me know. I'm still 5 minutes heads on on TV try. So I've not gone to any of the marketplace at the moment and it's been the seamless process with me. And I think this is it. It's about, you know, again, let's take it out of the bunch of wild and put it back into the traditional world. What why do autistic the word web for Cal? If you know, why doesn't choose a cal work with it? And it's making it very easy for autism, making it seem less. And I think with with, with going forward, I think there's so many offers like, even though I'm getting

so many office, asking me, you know, how do I get into an FPS? How do I meant things as a lotus? Fusion. But even, I would take one step back is that even traditional, autism may be a very not even techno into any kind of technology that finding the whole concept of the NSP. Something really hard for them to rot Badger out. There's no just collected to a finding a hard to understand why they would buy just the jpeg. It's the artists themselves. To also really confused until what I would say is this that I didn't choose in your white cap old choosing the right people

to work with is very, very nice. And I'm I'm just was a very blessed because, you know, I put my initial collection up like, last year and this week. I've, I've ended up selling all of my eyes now, going to the primary Market. I'm not supposed to something, that's really interesting for us because, you know, you do with what happened. I've now sold on my Outlook directly for myself, but now is that trades on the secondary Market as an Autism. I would also guess part of that,

you know, that sale that goes through. And so as my aunt clothes and as you know, my present stores within the community, I would also be ruining very sick, which is slightly different to the traditional markets at Market, which is happening now as well, but it's something that gets sucked into small contracts and becomes very attractive for the artist and I think you liked his pillow. So good about the fact that autism also benefits while that career rather than just a one-off when they career starts. Does that make sense? Absolutely.

So we have mentioned different platforms. Obviously Mako has a couple of them and in his portfolio, we have mentioned that there are certain level of difficulty to create your own. Where to buy it. So my next question is Nashville one. What kind of flatworms I know there was open Serie bull and a different other problems. We have mentioned her before and what we can do by. We I mean, the community what we can do to make this process easier and if it's even possible, Right to establish. Do you have any experience? I mean, obviously mention your friend

but do you have personal experience in using these platforms? What kind of flatworms and how do you think you can change the level of difficulty in complexity? If you look at any of these websites describing platforms and you describe the way they portray themselves. First of all, anybody, that is a normal person, would understand very little. That's the first thing. They don't know how to communicate, right? Speak English in in some time from now. So I'm just

looking here beside that list over 20 platforms. If you look at them including open, see if I was one of them, look at them and try to differentiate them on what they're offering is very, very difficult to understand what they're offering different. So I think right now what's happening said oldest platforms are fighting against each other, but they don't know what they're offering right now. So again, it is a situation where they're going to have to be a Reconciliation between what bats are offering and what the public is looking for. By the way, it probably doesn't even

know what is looking for. Neither, for the moment is very, very interesting. See, and when you, when you give this a press conference to do, you understand that? So I didn't know we were there. We have a whole bunch of horses on the starting line and nobody knows which one is called. What or what is it going to be racing? Daddy's Daddy's in situation. Now. This is going to become much better as the time goes forward but that situation right now. We're all there. No, there is something to say to that. I really want to underline like Gustavo

said, the horses that we have the platforms are like swimming pools like a billiard table, like a horse racing track in like a gymnasium. Like the platforms are kind of ridiculous and I want to underline. Also, what Gustavo said at the beginning, which is that, there is a huge Schism between the creators and the underlying platform. And I think the best way to notice this is that when you go even just a Hollywood, right, like you look at these IP holders, right? The ID holders actually have very little kind of deeper sophistication around platform and because of that, the platforms are

highly fragmented, right? Like NVA will go with Dapper Labs, you know, they're going to go flow. Blockchain, you know, and socks, basically, all of these different creators are just willy-nilly, adopting platforms, almost randomly, you know, I'm because of that split, it's going to kind of perpetually be deeply fragmented on the platform bases. Right? But I think people misunderstand platform because it when we talk about open, see, for example, open sea is actually platform neutral, so it doesn't matter if it's on, like, the flow blockchain. Ethereum blockchain or any other

blockchain, like, open sea is able to go across all of those, right? So in a sense, like what we need to do is we need to kind of provide cross chain experiences. And of course, the experience environments are crazily fragmented as well. So, you know it we're going to see radical fragmentation and experiences and radical fragmentation and underline blockchain technology. And what we need to look for our experience environments like Open Sea. That can be a platform Mutual so that that's that's my prognostication. That's that's a very good point. I'm Rita order. Agree. Do you have anything

to add to that has a week? We don't have a lot of time but I have a lot of questions left the receipt on blockchain, a whole day. One of the solutions. Of course, we discussed disgusts complicated complicated. It's complicated because I know that users they don't know. I'm the one of the solutions would we try to do is give me situation screw Card Wars. So and if you are so like Hearthstone or Magic, the Gathering to was very simple interface, but it is very clear to the people and they had

experienced was like normal games so that it's easier for them to start playing. So you've mentioned are Gatsby's right to do. You expect here on Gatsby's to sort of go down was layer 2 launched and like other options like Solana will others. They take more people to their ecosystem and you should. The gas is the radio like since I'm less than 1 month ago. I'm Rita. I know you said that you have only used one platform, right? But what do you think we need to do to make the process easier for everybody? I mean, I think, you know, I think if you is it's

a number of things. I think if you want to get, you know, the master was I I would say, you know, the physical world kind of getting into it. I think you have to really let you know. I agree with Greg Sanders. Like you go to take it down to like a really simple level. I think we have to stop anyway. Okay, fine. I know. And if I hear it, so, what is the weather now stuck? Right, but I mean, almost make it so that it's so easy to collect. So it's stuff that they would be collecting in the real world. Whether it's, like, being a baseball cards, or it'll Pokemon characters or things that

people can identify with number one, number two, you know, it needs to have almost the same musics. That you would do when you're checking out. And I'm as in or anything else, right? So you need to be able to to see what you're buying. You'll be able to maybe look at it from different angles. You may be able to even put it in. I like a different environment for you to check it out or that look. So so you need to be able to engage with the pieces as well. So I think, you know, create a different user experiences as well. And

how one should you have an NFC? Whether it's an artwork for this collectible? How do I view it? As I said, I do think that being able to view it with in a gallery, being able to do it in like a mock-up home where you can invite people over all of these things. I think, then it starts the increased ability of it and then then allows more uses to come to our very critical about entities. So from you don't, from my point of view and from the buyers perspective. Why would I choose to buy? A

digital art, you know, rather than to buy a physical one, if someone thinks the same way, but if you prefer you're here with me, right, so, I'm not sure why would I want to buy a digital art? If I can actually owned something physical. So Gustavo, just perhaps start by saying what we doing right now. So that would answer perhaps your question. What up, I've been in the art business for many many years. My wife has been in our trailer for 30 years right now. So we've been at this for a while, over my banker, that's reality. So, we we've done is we have collected a

number of pieces that are you know, from traditional artists, like Picasso's, but you don't have to set such a directive from the owners and those are the pieces that are going to go in. Not for very very soon. So that is traditional art. And as a matter of fact, he actually physically, they're going to be going to directly to the bar is going to be a digital representation, which is being a butt. This the physical are going to go with it. So these are traditional or pieces that anybody can understand. Why is it that they're going through a platform,

like that simple, because the market is much higher. If you do this through Edition Fender of a Picasso, or you're not of those, you own your dressing yourself to a specific part of the possible Market in the, in this world going through a global coverage. That's the reason why. So, that's the reason why I use my buyer will go to a platform for this kind of pieces. However, the last thing I like to say is that the process of out certification of each, one of these pieces and the origin of this one remains exactly the same. You will do it in the traditional way. The moment

you going to put that piece in the market through this platform. They have to be up to 20 cated, and they have to be totally traceable because that's a problem with your mark today. As you all know, there's no difference at that party. Only part is when it goes on the end of tea, but the physical piece goes to it. That can be understood by anybody who's buying on today. Gustavo, but I'm sorry, I'm still not convinced. I'd rather have a physical. You buy a Picasso or who is bad for? You

have a Picasso physical sometimes, I'll just see it. And to your point exactly is that, you know, sometimes when you buy it and if they okay, that's an exception that used to get the physical fees. But Closing Time by then if he hit you by then if he has no physical, he's coming with it. The way I would just encourage you. What I would say steeple is just it's how you look at it, right? How you perceive it. So and it just does take a bit of intrinsic shift of knowledge of

knowing, you know, from a physical to bite while and I'll give you a good example. So you money. It was your money in a bank somewhere. I sis you write Owen crypto. Can you see that money and you hold that money? You know that you own it, right, you know that you owe that money and if you'd gone back and told Robin Hood to whoever, you know, like hundreds of thousands of year, whatever to say, you know, I'm going to take your money, that physical money that you are living off, that allows you to put food in your stomach. And

I'm going to take that money. I'm going to put it far away, then you can see it. But I'm just going to tell you that you would look at you. Like you're crazy, right on the same thing with like you print out for your photographs. No, I don't remember if you go and lose your phone and look at that. Pain. Pain is real, but never physically exist. So my point is is that we've made the move on such fundamentally important aspects of Our Lives from physical to Virtual. Why have we not made that same intrinsic knowledge of shift of knowledge and

physical to buy truck for us or other. And if you can, I can, I offer a slight contrarian view, right? Which is, it has to do with rights and the enforceability of your rights, right? So in essence, you should pay attention to that. Right? Which is what rights do I get? An entity is a key and when you buy a key, you have to ask yourself, what does the key unlock? Right? If the NFC unlock the door to a hotel room that you have a, right, if it unlocks a rental car, you have. All right, if it unlocked intellectual

property ownership over, a physical are ass at, then you have a right, right? If you just buy it and iced tea and it's sort of his abstract. You have no rights right in the question becomes. What is the framework that enforces those right? Is it, a legal framework or is it smart contracts? That enforce those right? Now? If you buy a game piece, then the game engine actually enforces the rights that you have associated with the game piece. Right? So, you know, to me, you either have legal enforcement of your rights, right? So you have a contract that says. So for example, with the people

art, there's a huge legal contract that says, the person is all kinds of Rights. Right? So, you know, medical van actually did buy something with, right. So the idea is that you're buying a key and you have to ask yourself. What is the key open? What do I get for this key? If you don't, Have a good answer for that. Don't buy the key. If the key doesn't open anything, don't buy the key. Okay. Sure. No, unfortunately, our time is up. Very early stage of the NFC Market, the prices are going to sort of be a little bit better and not. So out of the out of

nowhere and bathrooms are difficult to use. Hopefully, if they'll exchange. There's a level of complexity that goes with it and crowd watching experience, is something that ends better. You, you asked me. Why experience is something that we might consider for for the entity man who brought this to be there, who wants to say something? Say something out for our new platform with Incredible physical or traditional. Art is Leonardo's. Picasso's, modigliani's coming out soon. Okay, thank you. Thank you so much for being here. I enjoyed our panel very much, and

thank you guys for watching and stay tuned for other panels.

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