Abhitej Singh on Enabling Exposure to Multiple Asset Classes with Persistence (Episode 226)
Abhitej Singh joins us to discuss enabling exposure to multiple asset classes with Persistence.
Abhitej is the Head of Marketing at Persistence. He has 5+ years of experience in community development and marketing growth. In the past, he has helped organizations such as Google, Facebook and ACM with their developer communities. Before joining Persistence, he bootstrapped the marketing for Winuall (now one of the leading edtech companies in India). He has co-founded multiple community initiatives including but not limited to Cosmos India and Code2Create.
Telegram Community: https://t.me/PersistenceOneChat
The following transcript was created using artificial intelligence. There will be some grammatical errors below.
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Richard Carthon: Hello, everyone, welcome to another episode of crypto current, your host here, Richard Carthon, and today I have a very special guest working on an amazing project within the Cosmos ecosystems. We have persistence, which we’re going to learn more about. That is helping to quickly, quickly, quickly grow a lot within a lot of different ecosystems. So today I just want to absolutely appreciate my guest. Saqib, how are you doing today?
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Abhitej Singh: Thank you so much, Richard, for the invite on production. We’re really excited to be here and share what we have cooking up in markets and.
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Richard Carthon: No doubt, men will before we do that, first of all, to learn a little bit more about you. Give us a little background on yourself.
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Abhitej Singh: So we’ve had over one of the dead saying I lead the marketing of persistence have been part of the project since the waste early days in 2019 and before joining persistence was trying to do a couple of things of my own, which was more about community development and as bringing our developer community together in India for blockchain ecosystems, adapted them and cosmos. And so that is my way of finding out what’s happening in crypto.
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Abhitej Singh: In 2019, it was still very early days in India for crypto to start up. There was only a couple of projects which were building up eventually as Persistence Bill, and there are a couple of other projects such as Polygon, which have come out of India. And Siddharth, like significant belief system has grown into India for crypto, and now India has become the top destination for funds for the projects, look battalions, look for projects before getting into crypto. I was I was very heavily involved with developer communities such as Google developers and Facebook developers and was trying to create different communities.
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Abhitej Singh: Was hosting a lot of hackathons. So I think that it’s like our native hunger for technology or trying to always find out something new was very early in my gauge when I was in college. I wanted to always find something new, work on something new technology. And that’s how I found out about crypto was part of being part of this startup ecosystem for about five years now. And before that, I was helping a couple of tech and marketing startups to grow.
00:03:39:24 – 00:04:14:25
Abhitej Singh: And so Tony found that crypto is something we’re just going to disrupt the entire world, and that that’s how I felt like my skill set of creating communities fits in very well into crypto and then landed and do like spend eight months of like own hustle and starting up on my own company. And then eventually I would say, I’m saying I’m happy that failed upwards. And that’s how I met the shot in the bunch, who are the co-founders of Persistence and what I was doing, and then then have never looked back.
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Abhitej Singh: And we have we have persistence and we’re happy to dive in more together, not persistence later in the show.
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Richard Carthon: Absolutely. But first, I just want to say thank you for that background. Really impressive community, community, community. That’s the word that kept coming up, and it’s very important. And I try to bring this up in a lot of the interviews that I do, how important it is to be able to build community and anything that you do. But especially in this crypto space, if you are able to provide a lot of value and educate and be able to assist people on different things that they’re trying to build and get them there faster, people are going to want to flock to you and they’re going to want to build and work with you. Kind of like you said with filling up, you don’t necessarily have to do it all the right way.
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Richard Carthon: Get it done correctly the first time. But if you keep trying and trying again, eventually things start adding up. Things start working. And it sounds like that’s what kind of happened as you put together this team that you have over at persistence. So why don’t you explain to us what is persistence and what are you all working on?
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Abhitej Singh: Yeah, absolutely. So if you look at persistence, persistence is a cost us based object. What we’re trying to do is create an agnostic layer for people to get exposure to multiple different asset classes, and those asset classes are into to like proof of stake assets and if teas or synthetics. If you look at today’s present world, if somebody has to understand about NFTs, why people hesitate to invest in NFT because they first need to understand about NFT, for example, if they want to invest in proof of stake assets, but ICOs or Solana, they hesitate because they don’t understand about proof of stake stuff coming from example, like bitcoin or
00:05:57:15 – 00:06:34:26
Richard Carthon: PTM, which is still a proof of stake, proof of work consensus mechanism protocol. Now what happens is for persistence. If you hold a CRT token, which is our native token, you get upside on all these different ecosystems to applications that we are building on top of this agnostic layer. So we have beefsteak, which is our liquid staking solution, which allows people to basically stake their best assets and have the DeFi eulogised Francis staking towards plus DeFi.
00:06:35:16 – 00:07:13:27
Richard Carthon: So it’s like something like what you’re creating as like a use case for proof of stake assets. But it’s PIRG holders get exposure to proof of stake assets because they are getting their products feature from e-cig application. Similarly, if NFTs are doing really well and we have an application which is called asset mental and it’s basically a framework like Shopify on top of it, you can build your own marketplaces. They have the assets and is doing significantly well, and a lot of NFT marketplaces are moving up on assets until the fee keeps on trickling down to the IP holders, so they have upside on the growth of NFT ecosystem.
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Richard Carthon: Similarly is Synthetix. A lot of people have known about stock Synthetix I do have now Netflix or Coinbase or Googles
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Richard Carthon: stocks as Synthetix on crypto in crypto ecosystem. Now these people can basically bet on that. And so similarly, what we are trying to do is another ecosystem project with an persistence is convex and which is trying to bring commodities Synthetix onto crypto like Barmore. And we try these assets would have Synthetix. And now, if we were taking position on the synthetic and complex, is going to probably get exposure from there and have recently announced the MDX native token airdrop as well for the decoders.
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Richard Carthon: So that’s what you are trying to create. We’re basically where CRT is the binding factor around it. There’s so many different applications so that it sort of becomes that entry point for anyone to expand their site portfolio. It’s like saying diversification of our overall portfolio to persistence. Yeah. And let me
00:08:29:01 – 00:09:00:07
Richard Carthon: let me let me go back and just read, break that up just to make sure. So again, you have an agnostic layer one protocol you’re basically putting on top of Cosmos. From there, you have your XP token, which you can then use to provide liquidity staking, which the liquidity state can then go to, like NFT projects providing liquidity to like other liquidity pools. And then you also have it to where you can link up to Synthetix. So if you want to buy potential regular stocks on the synthetic like the chain, you can also get money from those transactions as well.
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Richard Carthon: So essentially you have this ecosystem to where you can get money in a lot of different options if you’re holding this particular token. Is that about? Absolutely.
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Richard Carthon: Yeah, absolutely something that people know about that than that. You know, it becomes very easy to understand, for example, how Terra has their native token, which is called Luna. Now, Luna’s value expands as the use cases for the stablecoins in the Terra ecosystem grow. So they have stablecoin, which is the USDC, and for U.S. use cases, keep on growing. That means more and more USD is used the value of new markets increasing because the underlying asset holders are basically getting advantage off to the activity that is happening on that application layer.
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Richard Carthon: Similarly, goal is what we’re for persistence. There’s different use cases, more use cases keep on growing and persistence ecosystem more. The value of CRT will keep on growing, and that’s how people get at the application layer. Our goal is to have so much economic activity. And the application layer that there is no inflation inflation required at the network level at such a day, we are able to
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Richard Carthon: get much higher economic activity for people. The inflation rate will keep going as inflation rate keep going is going down, but economic activity is going up, which sort of compensates on the speakers on networks like yours now. Basic? I think so. A lot of people don’t talk about out how networks will sustain once the rewards end up. I had one rewards dry up. How would why would anyone put their tokens on network security? And that conversation, I think a lot of people are not even aware about.
00:10:57:08 – 00:11:38:09
Richard Carthon: So that’s what our people ask. Like, how would bitcoin sustain or buy wood miners would validate once that it was dry up? I think that’s very similar. Once the economic activity on any of blockchain is so high that it compensates all the stakeholders in that ecosystem, every chain will sustain everything that has this economic activity will sustain. And very similar cases for persistence. What we are trying to do is create the basic economic activity or on application rate through different applications that we have as a side piece assessment of context.
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Richard Carthon: We know we have multiple other applications lined up or in our ecosystem, but people who are trying to build on persistence, all are creating complementary applications around existing applications, such as to the economic after which it will significantly rise. With that, the the underlying layer that basically persistence network token holders are security providers will always have an incentive because they are owning this, they’re getting benefit from the economic activity of their applications.
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Richard Carthon: Thank you for spending time like breaking all that down for everyone listening. Is this your first time kind of delving into like, how this works? Definitely replay this a few times because it’s a really, really good concept to understand as a lot of people talk about, you know, like liquidity pools to talk about how like, if you lock up your money, here’s how you’re going to get these rewards. Something that was brought up the importance of, you know, eventually those rewards run out. So if you don’t have something new to keep bringing in new rewards between inflation, everything else it virtually at some point is it becomes worthless or it’s it’s only like set for a certain amount of time for you to really benefit for being apart as an early liquidity provider.
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Richard Carthon: But by providing economic activity around your ecosystem, it never stops. So the rewards keep making sense because there’s a trade off of a value, and it sounds like that’s what is persistence is ultimately creating on network.
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Richard Carthon: Absolutely.
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Richard Carthon: That’s amazing, man. So tell me how like with with everything that is going on in the space right now with creating this concept and bringing it to market, like how is this being like, how is this coming and how’s everything going? So for example, let’s say someone’s listen to this right now. They’re like, Oh my gosh, this sounds amazing. I know Luna. I’m very familiar with that kind of ecosystem, and this is similar. Like, how do I get involved with this? Like, what are some steps that people listening right now can start taking?
00:13:35:26 – 00:14:03:23
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Richard Carthon: after it’s okay to get everybody today. There are multiple ways in which you can unfold on our body and get involved with it. One of the way is, of course, by staking natively on the chain. As of today, you get 25 percent staking towards which is API is 25 percent. And anyone who doesn’t want to go out and do anything extra can just go out and stick and secure the network and get 25 percent returns.
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I trust that today because we are in Cosmos ecosystem, it is IBC enabled. You can leverage on multiple applications that are now coming on multiple chains that are coming up in this ecosystem, such as Cosmos, which is there, which is providing very good yields, as you said on liquidity mining. And then you have fifth chain, which is another DEX, which is providing very high yield Sonic’s BRT at today. That’s a one of the way for people to come in and board BRT and then go there, provide liquidity and onboard invites, and the rewards are basically in their native tokens as well.
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So ecosystem is feeding into each other and trying to grow and others. I think the most exciting thing today is we recently launched this tech, which is a liquid staking solution. So if you are anyone, it’s not just expired, but if you are an atom holder or you are the BRT holder and eventually different Taliban based assets, we will include if you’re holding US asset, what you would be able to do is you can go and take your asset to be stake.
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And what happens when you start stake? As you get a representative token, which is a staking representative, you can take the stake in representative and put this into DeFi. So this is basically your state asset to making staking rewards. But at the same time, you have this liquid representative token that didn’t go out and use into multiple different DeFi, Ethereum, DeFi applications and on DeFi you as it.
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So say people don’t have to choose between Beijing and DeFi yields like either one of these, they can choose both of these.
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Richard Carthon: And we already have it live for Atom and CRT. So if anyone wants to get involved with persistence to get beyond, they can go and stake BRT today on this stake, get 32 percent of staking rewards. Plus they can go out and put their SDK, BRT, which is the representative into sushi and on more DeFi use on top of it. Currently, we are working on an egg.
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Richard Carthon: Basically, it’s bound to happen, but retrospectively people would be given to bots for providing liquidity early on, but over time also runs the stake. Token launches how people will be able to own more stake tokens by providing liquidity in these foods. And our goal is to create more and more use cases for these staked assets. For example, ATMs take that stake. SBI the stated Kurian staked Solana. So goal is to create multiple different SDK tokens and then create multiple use cases for them, like, for example, lending, borrowing or you could provide liquid.
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Richard Carthon: They used farming on top of those assets. I think so. Liquid staking as a whole is very new concept, but there’s a very simple example what people do understand it, as is today, if you go on to a bank and you want to have a fixed deposit, for example,
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Richard Carthon: would you your bank says you’re going to deposit your money for six? Months and you would get, say, five percent on top of it at the end of spirit of this six months. Now you take our money, you go to the bank, you deposit that for six months to make five percent yield, but then you don’t have any liquidity. I mean, for six months, you don’t have any liquid assets, and if you want liquidity, you will have to withdraw that, but the cooling down period would be, say, three months.
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Richard Carthon: So in that cooling down period, you don’t even have your assets and you don’t have any. They are basically liquidity. And that becomes tricky, whereas I can tell you that you can put your money into a bank for six months to make five percent returns on it. But the bank gives you a receipt. It’s just it is nothing but an representation of your underlying asset, saying that yes, you have deposited X amount of money with the bank.
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Richard Carthon: And this is the asset for it. You take that asset and you can go to another bank and say, OK, these are the best so that I can basically borrow against it. Now, if you put that as a stake, that oil, for example, you would want instant liquidity. You want to exchange for sex. You want to buy a car, but you don’t have money, but you have this receipt. So you shared this list with the person to take the car.
00:19:40:28 – 00:20:04:13
Richard Carthon: Now, the person who owns that asset is the rightful owner of the underlying asset. So they can go to the bank and after six months, they can have the five percent returns like the person who sold the car and got that that from the first investor into the bank. So I’m trying to put it in a simple way for more people to understand.
00:20:04:21 – 00:20:37:21
Richard Carthon: I think that’s so great and I just want to go back and revisit it for a second. So first, give us a lot of great information. So you’re working with a lot of different DEXs with persistence. One one of them was they’ve changed all the shifting we have on the show a while back. So go check that out and everything else that you’ll have going on with being able to provide liquidity staking and then be able to get a receipt from it and then taking that receipt and then going into a DeFi world to then being able to get a loan against your receipts so that if you need liquidity while it’s locked up to get that yield, you can still do things with it, right? Which is amazing.
00:20:37:28 – 00:21:08:28
Richard Carthon: And again, the example that you brought up was you go lock up your money in the bank for six months. They give you a receipt, they can go to another bank or somewhere else. Let’s say all of a sudden your your car gets in Iraq and you need liquid cash, but you can’t because you’re locked up for six months. You can now take that receipt, go to another bank and get liquid so you can now get your bank. And then, let’s say after three months, you get the money that you need to pay off the bank that you basically borrowed against. You get your receipt back. And now, six months later, you’re still getting all your money back, plus that percent yield. And so it all still works.
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Richard Carthon: So it’s still providing you liquidity while you’re locking up your money to earn a certain percent on that lock up, which is amazing. It’s an amazing concept.
00:21:18:13 – 00:21:52:29
Richard Carthon: Yeah, USA Today should have been Cosmos ecosystem, the unbundling period is 21 days, so if we will provide liquidity and they have to say, for example, they locked their tokens and they have to take out their tokens, they have to wait for 21 days, but that 21 days, they don’t have their tokens and they’re not making any rewards. There’s a spike. You know, it’s a very tricky situation for a lot of people, and that’s why people don’t take their tokens and like people want to have like liquid tokens without.
00:21:53:01 – 00:22:23:12
Richard Carthon: When we are talking about proof of stake world and proof of Stake World, the most important thing is that the token needs to be locked on the network for the network to be secured. The other tricky part, which I think so is now getting prominent where the last proof of stake networks is that when you start seeing a lot of attractive rewards on, I like the application layer, for example, somebody is providing 200 percent API on the native token.
00:22:23:21 – 00:22:53:27
Richard Carthon: Then everyone starts unwinding their tokens from the network and then start putting into that application to make yield in that case, then gain. The security of the network is getting lower and lower as more and more people are taking out their deposits from the network. So liquid staking basically solves that problem where people can stake their assets and the security of the network is maintained me.
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Richard Carthon: And while everyone is making yields, are able to use their assets in other applications. So it goes both ways. And they hopefully
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Richard Carthon: a lot more people will be able to find about liquid staking very soon. And to some applications such as beef steak, people will be will start able to leverage it and the network security is not compromised at all.
00:23:21:26 – 00:23:53:12
Richard Carthon: Right. No, I think so. Well, I think it’s it’s something that everyone needs to start looking at because there’s just so many unique ways to make money in this space and to solve the biggest challenge in any investment vehicle is liquidity. So it’s it’s taking on both of those head on. And it put in some Real-World applications, but even with liquidity pools, you have just because you have so many other options in your ecosystem, it just still sounds like a very attractive opportunity. So definitely appreciate you breaking that down for us.
00:23:53:14 – 00:24:27:08
Richard Carthon: But as you kind of like, take a step back, right? And we’re looking at the greater crypto space as of the reporting. Right now, bitcoin is getting close to an all time highs. Again, it’s the month of October. We’re getting close to the end of the year. It’s been in a bull cycle for almost the last year or so. You know where if you want to take a step back and not even just looking at like crypto prices, but the greater just crypto ecosystem, where do you think the best opportunities are going into the future? Is it building out DeFi? Is it providing liquidity pools? Is it kind of the ecosystem that you’re building right now is that it’s like, what do you think people should be paying attention to?
00:24:29:16 – 00:25:11:19
Richard Carthon: I think so every whatever we have seen has built up. If you look at 2019 was a buildup for DeFi, and in 2020 we saw this DeFi summer, which was one of the key things which kickstarted this program. So much activity happening in DeFi application of of compound and throughout 2020, we saw this build up for NFT and then everyone. In 2021, you had this investor and everyone was putting their money into NFT is OpenSea as they’ve had all time high volumes and fee generation.
00:25:13:09 – 00:25:54:01
Richard Carthon: And we have seen a lot of attention in 2021 around proof of stake. And now a trend moving to proof of stake would be a huge step towards, say, which would basically bring staking on the main stage. So far, a lot of people just associate staking to, for example, just DeFi staking, but they put their sushi and they are making some very fast taking. But basically it’s like securing network. They will get them now going to proof of stake. It would become like a household thing where everyone will start finding at least a crypto word about what staking is, how to secure life network, how to lock them and make do with that.
00:25:54:03 – 00:26:27:14
Richard Carthon: We would see a lot of applications around proof of stake ecosystems or stake tokens, and that’s why I think so. Now we are seeing that build up for liquid staking. I’d just like to quote a couple of examples. You see Leider, which has done liquid staking for a kid who has close to six billion, seven billion worth of Ethereum locked on its protocol, which is among the highest. And the second one is marinade, which is doing for Solana. It has more than a billion dollars worth of Solana locked up into
00:26:29:05 – 00:26:56:13
Richard Carthon: this and now is just like for us. It’s like we are a very early stage with this large fee stake, which is for Cosmos ecosystem. So we see a lot of liquid staking for the Cosmos ecosystem. So what I’m trying to say is what we are going to see as a new trend and we’ll see would be around how proof of Stake World meets DeFi. If you look at staking as a whole today, staking market as more than 150 billion dollars
00:26:58:00 – 00:27:40:13
Richard Carthon: is staked acid. Whereas you look at TVL in DeFi, it is close to a billion 100 billion. That means staking is bigger than DeFi today, but when both of these does marriage between proof of stake and DeFi happens, we’re going to see so many different use cases that we’re just been up and down as a whole. Industry will move a lot further in terms of we would see faster transactions we are already seeing, like with the launch of a large lot of new people are getting into the ecosystem, which were hesitant earlier because you had to pay this huge gas fees of $50 or $100.
00:27:40:25 – 00:27:58:10
Richard Carthon: So as a whole, I think so. What is happening is when take one step at a time, we are moving towards having crypto as they are like something that is very mainstream, first choice of payments of first choice
00:28:00:01 – 00:28:30:16
Richard Carthon: and make economic activity or financial activity for most of the people. Millennials 100 percent. They’re already getting by. They want to own their digital avatars more than now. They want to go into a Gucci store or something and buy a bank like a physical Gucci bag. You want to buy a like a virtual NFT Gucci bag for their avatar. Maybe that’s on your sandbox, that is on any NFT protocol.
00:28:30:25 – 00:28:43:22
Richard Carthon: And that’s what is happening, and we are moving towards that. And so these trends would generate more and more curiosity among the wider audience, definitely.
00:28:43:24 – 00:29:17:02
Richard Carthon: And I think proof of stake and thank you for bringing that to everyone’s attention. Staking is definitely going to be continue to grow in the right direction. And I agree that when you get the merge of DeFi with staking, you’re going to see so much more money flowing into the space and to your point about NFT. So NFTs are just a new way to flex. So like, why would why do people get Gucci bags? Why do people buy Prada? What? It’s just it’s a status symbol. So but we’re live in such a virtual world. You know, unless you’re physically in front of somebody no one really knows, but virtually in front of a lot more people, a lot more quickly. So if someone like, Oh my gosh, you have this NFT, that means you bought that thing or it’s worth at least under a thousand dollars, you’re special.
00:29:17:10 – 00:29:40:03
Richard Carthon: That’s New Age Flex. And so that’s where the industry’s headed. And eventually, once people really get that concept, it’s going to continue to take off and in the even bigger way. So, man, you. So much knowledge on us today, I really appreciate all your time, want to wrap up with two fun questions. The first being with all the information you have right now, it’s going in part one or two pieces of wisdom when you first got started in this space. What would you tell yourself?
00:29:42:16 – 00:30:13:24
Richard Carthon: Solid not to fall into everything and say, I’m when you find one thing where you want to stick to it and then try to do your research over time. You make much more, you feel you make much more profits, you make your position keeps on growing. If you just say, I’ll try to keep on researching and keep growing opposition to one thing rather than trying to go all the crisanto that I would have told myself that it would have been two things for me.
00:30:13:26 – 00:30:26:06
Richard Carthon: One, I would have had more peaceful nights and I would have not made a lot of mistakes that I did. So that’s one of the piece of advice. With all the information today I have, I would tell people.
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Richard Carthon: Awesome. Well, again, appreciate all your time today as we wrap up here was a final thought that you want to leave with all of our listeners.
00:30:36:27 – 00:30:58:04
Richard Carthon: Absolutely, I think so. If you’re looking to, like, find out more ways, you could basically expand of like how different assets you could be. I think so. Persistence is the best goal with respect to take what you can do with be safe. You can always find out about that or be not finance.
00:30:59:24 – 00:31:35:12
Richard Carthon: I can. I’m sure Richard will leave a bunch of links in the description of this podcast, but if you want to know more about the project, always open to hit us up and I don’t think so. We’ll close it on an exciting news. We only have like a couple of airdrops that have been announced for SVOD holders. The one is from context. Another one is from beefsteak. So if you are an expired holder, then that would be a great way for you to go out and look out for those like those airdrops.
00:31:35:21 – 00:31:52:20
Richard Carthon: Another one is if you’re still like, you’re listening about persistence for the first time, I so we are in very, very early stages where, like a lot of these applications are coming in. Still, a lot of people can get in and then be among the first users and have huge upside as the system grows.
00:31:54:20 – 00:32:03:02
Richard Carthon: The thought? Some so appreciate that final thought. Again, you put in a couple of things in there, but what are ways that people can connect with you and keep learning more about persistence?
00:32:04:04 – 00:32:44:29
Richard Carthon: I think they’re the best base to do so as either our website or our Twitter handle. And it’s a lot of activity that is happening in India and happens on Twitter. So our Twitter handle is persistence one. So persistence spelled and one without any gaps is where you can find a lot about persistence. For Pete’s sake, you’re going to go to 55 minutes. That’s the handle, and we share everything. If you want to connect with me, you can reach out to me and I’ll be dead saying which I hope so would be spelled out and so always happy to collect feedback from the community.
00:32:45:01 – 00:32:59:12
Richard Carthon: Always very open to receiving like new things that we can do with persistence are always very open to ideas. And if anyone wants to build applications around persistence, have more than happy to reach out to us.
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