Andrew Sayles on SoLads’ Play to Earn Game – Ladopoly! (Episode 261)
Andrew Sayles join us to discuss on SoLads’ Play to Earn Game – Ladopoly!
Andrew Sayles started in crypto in 2017. After learning to spot solid projects, he saw the lack or business skills in the crypto space so he decided to launch the SoLads Gameverse. He is passionate a about the value p2e brings to the world and you will see why in SoLads flagship game Ladopoly
The following transcript was created using artificial intelligence. There will be some grammatical errors below.
00:00:03:10 – 00:00:30:27
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 a project that hits home for me because I know back in the day I very much enjoyed playing board games still do today on the very competitive as it relates to Monopoly, but they have a very unique twist on being a board games into the NFT space, and I’m excited to unpack this a little bit more. We have the CEO, Andrew Sayles . How are you doing today?
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Andrew Sayles: Oh man, I do doing amazing, Richard. Thank you Con, bro. I’m hype man. I’ve been wanting to really share this with you and you know everybody, you know?
00:00:38:17 – 00:00:51:09
Richard Carthon: Absolutely, man. You got great energy before we even got into this conversation. You already bring the energy at the beginning of this. I’m excited for this conversation. But before we dive into everything, I learned a little bit more about you. He gave us some background on yourself.
00:00:51:26 – 00:01:23:03
Andrew Sayles: Yeah, man, you know, my my crypto journey is kind of a kind of crazy. I jumped into it back in twenty seventeen and I discovered bitcoin way back in the day when it was like fifteen cents because I was playing poker full time and poker players always know each other money. So like, we’d send bitcoin back and forth. But I was like, Man, who’s ever going to want a digital currency? And then like, fast forward to like Twenty Twenty Sixteen, I ran into one of my buddies as a poker player and he’s like, Hey, man, hear about bitcoin.
00:01:23:14 – 00:01:55:28
Andrew Sayles: And I was like, Yeah, man, I heard it got to 100 hundred bucks, but it’ll never get any higher. And he’s like, Dude, I hit a thousand and I was like, Holy shit. And like all that, the type of person that just like, jumps in anything. So I spent the next six months just research and like, I called through the forums and read like every post from like when bitcoin started to date. And so then like I, I fired in the bitcoin. I started getting involved in all coins, you know, as I was studying trading along the way, doing a little trading and like during the twenty seven seventeen bull market, any area could make money trading and stuff.
00:01:56:06 – 00:02:29:16
Richard Carthon: So I was doing really well. And, you know, I’m kind of out there on on social media and Facebook. So like when I get excited about something, I’m I talk about it and it just kind of turned into every three days or, you know, every day, like three people would hit me up, just ask them for advice about crypto. So I started a group and, you know, I ended up bringing on a hundred clients over 40 days. And then, you know, I taught them what I look for in investing. And eventually it turned into a hive mind to where we are investing in nodes and flipping them and, you know, splitting the profit and everything.
00:02:29:18 – 00:03:03:00
Richard Carthon: And during the bear market of twenty eighteen twenty nineteen, somewhere in there, somebody offered to to buy the group from me. And so I sold it and I kind of moved on. And when this is current, you know, I guess we’re kind of still in the bear market took all our bull market, took off. A lot of the guys from the group reached out to me and asked me to start something again. And I enjoy personal development. I enjoy helping others do better. So I was like, Yeah, I was doing it. So, you know, we got into some projects earlier. We got in the dot early, we got in the crypto blades early when it came to NFTs.
00:03:03:02 – 00:03:15:11
Richard Carthon: And we’re like, Hey, we we know what goes into spotting a good project. We we know how to run a good project. Why don’t we start our own? And that’s our project. So labs came in to be
00:03:16:02 – 00:03:50:12
Richard Carthon: all right, man. So really great background start in the world of poker doing some bitcoin back and forth around a hundred bucks scene. It gets a thousand. You’re like, All right, let’s get in this thing. So you’ve been in the space for for a while and been able to even figure out how to get into knows. A lot of people don’t necessarily understand how knows everything else works, but you build up that business and then sell it during a bear market, which congratulations on anything as you know, is a is a huge deal. So congrats on that. But then you you fast forward to present day twenty twenty, you’re like twenty twenty two and you’re saying, I want to build a project and so you land on app.
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Richard Carthon: So tell us about it. What is it and what has you excited about it?
00:03:54:21 – 00:04:31:06
Andrew Sayles: For sure, man. Well, I’ll start with what I’m most excited about and then I’ll go back and I’ll hit all aspects of our project. So we’ve got a few things going on. So the the brief overview is where we’re introducing a play to earn game called the Doppler is brought to you by our project. Soledad’s were the first player to earn game that will be officially licensed by Hasbro, where investors can play one of their favorite board games. And when crypto, everyone who missed one of our game bought NFTs will receive a replica board in the mail that they can play on in real life, while also receiving the benefits of owning a piece of the soul as gamers.
00:04:31:17 – 00:05:10:15
Andrew Sayles: Players can also learn crypto and blue chip NFTs by rolling dice and moving around the board, or just by staking and purchasing property NFT. So if you guys learned all the details, make sure you hang out for the rest of the interview and I’ll fill you in. But let me let me throw it back to you know what Soledad’s is in general and how we came together because we got a few things going on right now. So we are New Year’s Eve. We stealth launched our project, Soul Labs. And what it is is a Dow, a decentralized autonomous organization to where each lad represents a share in a fund that owns blue chip in a teaser.
00:05:10:17 – 00:05:47:08
Andrew Sayles: We have a vault full of blue chip and a ts, and what we do is we we grow the fund and every quarter we set aside a portion of it to where people can stake their labs and earn those profits that we made. Flipping those blue chip in our teeth. And the reason we wanted to do that was if you if you pay attention, do you have to mark are you paid attention last year? Blue chip and teasing and teased between 30 Solana, 70 Solana even higher. That had a lot of market volume. They they have a lot more stability than the NFT people are gambling on, but they have the same upside, if not more.
00:05:47:21 – 00:06:22:07
Andrew Sayles: But your average investor investor might not have the, you know, the five to seven thousand dollars just to throw into one NFT. So we want to get people fractionalized ownership of those NFT. So that’s what we did. And we put it to market really, really quick and just because we wanted to give the investors the value right away when we saw the need. Well, I’m a business person. I’m all about utility when it comes in that I don’t really stress off the artwork. So we, we we just kind of threw the artwork together, quipped, Well, our community is awesome and we wanted to reward them with some good artwork.
00:06:22:17 – 00:07:01:13
Andrew Sayles: So then we put together our version two lads, which they look a little bit cooler, look a lot cooler for real and we airdrop than the people for free. And we, you know, we we had a giveaway planned and I was like, Well, instead of giving a giveaway to like 50 people, why don’t we use that to fund our utility for our version to land? So our version two lads, there is the inverse business model to where we mentioned teas and whale like proportions. We do a quick flip and you know, we keep one or two for a moon shot and then the same, the same business model where seventy five percent goes back to investors.
00:07:01:18 – 00:07:33:03
Andrew Sayles: Seventy five percent of profits goes back to investors quarterly and I saw the version two labs came together and the the entire time we’ve done this, I wanted to put together a play to earn game because I’m truly passionate about player and I made great money off it myself, you know, last year. But what I learned along the way is it’s literally life changing for a lot of these people in underdeveloped countries like they can, they can replace their income and then some and they get to play a game from home or click buttons.
00:07:33:05 – 00:08:03:09
Andrew Sayles: And it is great because they get more time with their family and I work from home. So like I, I see the value in early change in the world with this, and that’s why I wanted to build a game that was sustainable, but also fun. And that’s where I saw the the the missing piece and the two big missing pieces in all the games that came out last year. Most of them most weren’t sustainable and then most weren’t fun or just clicking buttons and making money by if you want to play it, if you are making money and so like it, it wasn’t that cool.
00:08:03:11 – 00:08:33:20
Andrew Sayles: And so that’s what we decided we had to do when we put out a play to earn game and I, I was mowing it around for a while and I was like, Well, we don’t got the billion dollar budget to release like a bad ass first person shooter. And, you know, I don’t want something that’s just dumb. But then I was like, Hey, I collect board games and we started work, and that’s what we did. Then we started working on getting the licensing and putting that together. And then, boom, you got literally so right. That’s our project, man. That’s what we got going on, man.
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Richard Carthon: That is so cool and there is there’s plenty in there that I want to just go back in and make sure I’m following completely because this is such a cool journey. So at the beginning of the year, you essentially stealth launch and create this style to where people who don’t normally have necessarily the means to get into some of these high profile blue chip type of opportunities in the NFT space, specifically some of the NFT projects within the Solana ecosystem.
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Richard Carthon: You have a way that they can get fractionalized pieces of these particular NFTs, and you created that down at this initial autonomous organization so that they could participate in that and they got like a version one of these profiles, right? And then you airdrop them a second version, which then one looks a lot cooler, but then also gives them a little bit more ability to have access to even more of these kind of NFT plays. And as you continue to build out these ecosystems, they get first looks into some of the cool projects, such as these NFT board games that you’re the play to earn for games that you’re bringing because you’re being an ecosystem where people can create livelihoods just by playing a fun game, but then also having a potential physical asset that they can also have by owning, said NFT.
00:09:51:00 – 00:10:21:24
Andrew Sayles: Exactly. And that’s what it is, and there’s a lot of utility tied to the game board and TS and stuff too. And then even. If you don’t have any NFT, you can still play the game just by holding holding our token flag token. So there’s a lot of ways for people to participate, and we made it to where there’s entry levels, from everybody, from the the person in an underdeveloped country that might be saving up a few weeks paychecks to start getting in the game to the whale that wants to essentially own a piece of the game.
00:10:22:03 – 00:10:27:10
Andrew Sayles: And then we have plans for a high stakes micro stakes whale killer stakes. A little bit of everything.
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Richard Carthon: Yeah, let’s speak up on that just for a second. The the token on the right, the lap token. So you tell us a little bit about the tokenomics of it and what would be some of the value of people who would be looking to participate in on some of the lap tokens?
00:10:41:19 – 00:11:12:19
Andrew Sayles: That’s a great question, man. And so I’m passionate about play to earn, but there has to be sustainability and there has to be an ecosystem. So I designed our game to is definitely going to have sustainability. So lad token, it has no max supply. But the only way is generated is by people playing the game or by staking properties, which is essentially playing the game. So when you play the game, you roll dice and you move around the board.
00:11:13:00 – 00:11:25:10
Andrew Sayles: If you land on a property you don’t own, you got to pay rent and let token. Now, every time you pass go, you’re going to earn some lead token. And then we also have a jackpot space where you can land and enter and land token.
00:11:28:06 – 00:12:04:28
Andrew Sayles: The other big thing is you can you buy your properties with land token? Kind of how you would buy like packs of baseball cards or magic cards, but you buy packs of properties like that in our game? Well, ninety five percent of the land tokens spent on properties is burned, told to take it out of existence. When you when you pay the rent on on a property, 10 percent of that is burned, taken out of existence. Now a portion of it goes to everybody who owns that property. And then, of course, a small small portion goes to the debt team because another thing we do is we give away a blue chip NFT every single week.
00:12:05:00 – 00:12:36:10
Andrew Sayles: So week, one of our game, when we go live, whoever goes around the board the most times is going to win at the generative academy NFT, which is worth about 50 salons right now. Yeah, we’re going to do that every week. And that’s that’s why I say, yeah, we take the five percent for the debt team, but it’s not because we want to get rich. We’re not keeping any of these tokens for ourselves. We have to earn playing the game like anybody else, but we want to have a draw to pull everybody of all levels. There’s whales that will come play our game just to try to win a blue chip NFT. And that’s the beauty of it.
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Andrew Sayles: So be the tokenomics of this are are set up to where, by my calculations, we should burn between thirty nine and forty nine percent of the supply coming into existence. And the reason why I set it up like that is because, you know, it’s an unlimited supply. So a portion of the rent shares burned. There’s a jackpot square. You remember the free parking spot in Monopoly. So with does, that’s a jackpot. And when I was a kid, we always put five hundred bucks in that spot, and if you landed there, you got it.
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Andrew Sayles: So with us, we always have two hundred and fifty lad tokens there. But then, of course, you know, rent share goes there. If you remember, the taxes space is a portion of those goes there. And if you land on the jackpot, you get all that. Well, you also remember that the go to jail don’t pass. Go. That’s right. Well, it does. It’s broad because in the NFT world, know somebody runs out with your money, you got robbed and that’s so good. And so you get robbed if you go to bear jail. So not only do you get stuck and bear jail, well, you burn the jackpot and everybody’s playing on the same board at the same time.
00:13:43:20 – 00:14:02:09
Andrew Sayles: So you burn the jackpot for everybody and it starts over sell. All those tokens are taken out of existence there, too. So we have a lot of mechanisms built in to steady, steadily burn tokens that come into existence and then also stop share sell pressure. Wow.
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Richard Carthon: OK. So you have a lot of components in place when you have a burn structure, then you have another way that people on the planet earn model continue to be creating value and earning while they’re playing. One question I do have with because of the burn model and what happens, let’s call it a couple of months down the line when a lot of people earn have owned some of those properties, and as soon as they play, like, I don’t know if like, it’s the model where like you can create like, you know, first you put like houses, then you put like a hotel and then like, you know, it’s like you land on, you’re like, Oh my gosh, you’re going to take all my money.
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Richard Carthon: Is it is that kind of the capacity? Or is it like a finite amount on each spot so that newer players when they first come in, don’t get absolutely destroyed?
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That that’s a great question, and it is designed to have longevity for newer players to be able to come in the game like that. So the the first part of your question is like the houses in the hotels, and I wanted to do that, but with the way it works is everybody’s essentially playing on on the same game board and I’ll send you some in-game screenshots and stuff too. But everybody’s playing on the same game board, so we couldn’t really do the houses in hotels because property is done with like a rent share.
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So like, let’s say you and I are the only ones in the entire game that own like our our property, our boardwalk is called crypto ain’t easy, and it’s a picture of me dressed like a pimp. And
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Richard Carthon: and let’s say you live there. And simple math sake, the hour somebody lands there. And for simple math sake, the. That the rent is one hundred glad token. Well, five, five percent of that five lad tokens is going to go to the Dev team, 20 percent is burned out of existence. And then you and I actually and then a person goes, the jackpot, will you and I get this split 50 percent of that. So twenty five tokens will go to me. Twenty five tokens will go to you because we have fractionalized. Our whole theory is almost fractionalized ownership over everything, right? Like you and I have fractionalized ownership over that property in the game.
00:16:09:09 – 00:16:41:15
Richard Carthon: And so we can’t really build hotels. But what we did to kind of give that monopoly feel is the only way you can build houses and hotels in Monopoly is by having all three colors, right? So if I have a property, not only do I make money off the rent share, but I make money by state. I’m glad token by staking it on the blockchain. So there’s two ways to make money with the property and fees off the rent share from people playing the game landed on the property or just by staking it.
00:16:42:07 – 00:17:19:09
Richard Carthon: Now, if I get all three properties of the same colour, my my staking payout increases by three times. So let’s say my my property pays out 100 land tokens a day and I had three of them. Well, now all three of those properties pay out 300 land tokens a day because I have all three properties now to tie that in. To your question about man, is this McKinty players in the face? We we crafted it for longevity to where you buy cars in packs, and there’s different levels of PAX based on like the the amount of tokens a card will generate.
00:17:19:19 – 00:17:51:24
Richard Carthon: So let’s say you buy a gold level pack, and in that gold level pack, you’re guaranteed one gold level card and then two other random cards and the two cards could be good. That could be shared either. I’m going to be like average, you know? But yeah, it’s that’s how you buy most of the properties well. Our top tier pack properties are called Satoshi Level Properties. The only way to get us a total level property is their yield farming. And for those that don’t know, yield farming is where you put up two assets and you’re providing liquidity.
00:17:51:26 – 00:18:41:20
Richard Carthon: So in this case, you would put up land token and you’d put up Solana. And let’s say you put up a thousand led to a thousand dollars like token. You’d also have to put up a thousand dollars in in Solana. And as you, you loan that out, you’re going to earn land token, but you’re also going to earn reward points and then you can cash those reward points in for these Satoshi level NFTs. Now we’re we’re listing land token at one US dollar per token, and listing the way it’s structured is if you were to put $20000 in the liquidity pool to go all the way through to the top level of Satoshi level properties, it’s going to take you 60 days and at each level you have to pick between two properties and each one is going to be the key to a oligopoly.
00:18:41:22 – 00:19:12:20
Richard Carthon: Getting that third property, so essentially they give every property on the board if you start with twenty thousand dollars at listing time is going to take you one hundred and twenty days. Now, as land token goes up, that number is going to go up proportionately. And that’s why we’re also going to reduce high stakes bought, low stakes because I’m a degenerate man. I like to gamble big. If you want to keep playing, I’ll keep playing with them. All right. So that’s how we have it structured to make sure that there’s longevity. There’s the monopoly aspect of owning everything.
00:19:12:28 – 00:19:25:03
Richard Carthon: But if you’re a new player that comes in money or you don’t have to worry about being behind because a you could buy properties in the secondary market, b, you could play the game and build up or see there’s a lower stakes board that’ll be able to be that’ll be coming out in June.
00:19:26:05 – 00:19:41:26
Richard Carthon: That’s cool, man. And you actually just brought up another piece of this that I want to spend some more time on on the on the on the marketplace of the NFT, right? So let’s say that I’m a property owner and all of a sudden I say, I want to sell it. Are you able to then go sell your property or your ownership of a property on the secondary market?
00:19:42:17 – 00:20:01:11
Andrew Sayles: Yeah, yeah. There’s going to be a secondary market. We’ll probably have one on our personal site. Well, we’ll definitely be on unlisted on Magic Eden and a few other places for for secondary sales. Then that even ties in to the the utilities of the game board NFT. So if we can talk about that for a second?
00:20:01:26 – 00:20:03:10
Richard Carthon: Absolutely. Let’s hear more about it.
00:20:03:24 – 00:20:44:26
Andrew Sayles: So the again owner, one of the game bought NFT is is essentially owning a piece of the big board that everybody’s playing on, right? And so we we tie that into it so that we put a lot of utility in. And so first of all, we’re introducing something called binding utility. Anybody who makes these boards will receive five percent of all secondary sales on that board for the life of the game. So if if Richard, if I’m into board and I sell it to Richard, and a year later, he sells it for one hundred salon to five, salon is going to go to my wallet because I have the binding utility on that board, so I think that’s really cool.
00:20:45:13 – 00:21:30:04
Andrew Sayles: The the second utility is if you if you remember the taxes, squares and spaces on own monopoly, well, we have those on the display too. We just call it gas fees and 50 percent of the gas fees go to the board holders that are that are generated. So like I said, you’re essentially own a piece of the board. Now board holders also get a royalty on on a five percent royalty on board holder sales. But then since I said that owning a board is like essentially owning a piece of our game versus it’s like owning land in our game versus when people sell properties in the secondary market or holders actually get a five percent sale of a five percent piece of that, that secondary sale as a royalty, too.
00:21:30:06 – 00:22:06:14
Andrew Sayles: So they actually get a piece of the property sales. And then last but not least, the board holders actually also get 15 percent of the DV to land fund as well tied into it, as well as a replica board in the mail, which I think is really awesome because like I just mentioned it, NFT and getting something tangible is cool for a lot of people aren’t doing that. And the one thing that I think a lot of people are sleeping on, everybody is excited that hears about this. They come to our community hangout. But like nobody talks about the final utility, which is board holders get a piece of the advertising sales.
00:22:06:16 – 00:22:36:29
Andrew Sayles: So when you play our game, it’s kind of like a monopoly looking board that is floating in outer space. We’ll eventually the outer space patterns will be used for advertising to where the the the outer space across from you, though they’ll be some type of advertising. So my projection is by the end of the within it. By the end of the year, we’ll be pulling in about forty thousand a month advertising and twenty thousand of that’s going to go to bondholders. So they own a piece of the game. So I think the boards are awesome.
00:22:37:07 – 00:22:43:25
Andrew Sayles: It’s going to be a three Salonen meant when we do it, but I think it’s cheap for for all the utility you’re getting.
00:22:44:16 – 00:22:51:18
Richard Carthon: Yeah, that sounds pretty awesome. And you just brought up Mense. So what is the current projection around Mint? When is that potentially happening?
00:22:52:12 – 00:23:24:16
Andrew Sayles: It’s going to be late March. We we are initially ever going to mint March 14th, but our marketing agency we hired kind of got a slow start. So I think we’re going to push it back two weeks so we can get a full sprint. You know, we did a private sale for our day waters and we meant it out in two minutes. And so we yeah, we we we want to be team two minutes. So we want to midtown again in two minutes and we want the full steam ahead. And so it’ll be late March for our mint.
00:23:25:14 – 00:23:29:17
Richard Carthon: Got it or. So for anyone that wants to participate in this, where would they need to go?
00:23:30:12 – 00:23:56:27
Andrew Sayles: So best thing would be to check out our Twitter. I’m on Twitter close. Some sales are other. Twitter is solar as at solar NFT or jump in our discord. I’ll make sure you got the link rich, and that’s a great way to find us or go down to Soledad’s NFT dot com. That’s got all our links there. We’re on Magic Eden, but the best thing is jump in the discord because me and my, my partner Aaron were always hanging out in there and ready to answer any questions.
00:23:57:24 – 00:24:33:14
Richard Carthon: Perfect. Well, we’ll make sure to get all those links on there and real quick. I always like to wrap up with a few fun questions. My final three I’m going to have for you today. The one I want to start with is as you look at twenty twenty two and just everything that’s happened, let’s call it over the last decade in the world of crypto, there’s been so many different evolutions, right? So you had also became the came into the space, you had NFTs, you had DeFi Summer Metaverse. That’s now becoming more exciting as of 2021 as you look at. Twenty twenty two. How would you describe like if someone asked you like at the end of the year and someone said this was the year of X.
00:24:33:16 – 00:24:35:02
Richard Carthon: What do you think X is,
00:24:35:25 – 00:25:11:11
Andrew Sayles: I think, play to earn? You know, I’ve said it since last year that twenty twenty two was going to be all about play to earn because I think that’s truly where mass adoption starts to take form in the crypto space because I don’t know how old you are, but I’m thirty six and I played a lot of games. I don’t play a lot of games anymore, but that’s an easy spot to wrap around your mind around NFTs, and you can play games and earn crypto doing it as the easy way for for your average investor, somebody who might not even be an investor to such a swift and quick.
00:25:11:26 – 00:25:30:28
Andrew Sayles: The key is, though, a having a fun game and B having sustainability, and those will be the ones that you’ll see will be winners and the people that are get good at spotting that will be the winners as investors. And I think you’ll see a lot of people get wrecked because they start chasing later earned games that are like they’ll be the meme coins of this year.
00:25:31:21 – 00:26:07:08
Richard Carthon: Right now, that that is definitely a good take. I think that NFTs are definitely going to be helped that bridge to mass adoption. Then you add gaming on top of it, which the gaming industry is just massive and everyone likes it, and you merged the two together. That is going to be the the quick board ramp for a lot of people getting exposure into the grand crypto ecosystem. So definitely appreciate that with all the information that you have right now in this moment. If you could go in and part one or two pieces of wisdom to yourself when you first got started building all of this out, what’s one or two pieces of wisdom you’d share with yourself?
00:26:08:26 – 00:26:43:04
Andrew Sayles: So I would say be prepared to work as hard as you ever had, if not harder than you ever had before, because this is like running a real business, you know, like I, I have 16 20 hour days, but I love it. I’m passionate about what I’m doing so that that’s that’s the first piece of advice I throw at myself. And then B, remember, this is a long term game and you’ve got to be adaptable. And you know, it’s tough in the NFT space to to project past two years of your long term projection, because that’s just the reality of it.
00:26:43:17 – 00:27:13:29
Andrew Sayles: A five year projection. I don’t know where crypto is going to be in five years, but I know my project’s still going to be rolling and we’re going to be a piece of it. And like I said, I believe this is the year of play to earn. So I found an adaptable way to make play, to earn fit with our culture of fractionalized ownership and something I’m passionate about providing opportunities to people regardless of of a portfolio or buy in level. So hard work and adaptability, man, that’s really what it would be.
00:27:14:17 – 00:27:24:23
Richard Carthon: Yeah. To two great ones right there and definitely appreciate that that sentiment, man. But as we as we kind of wrap up here, what is a final thought that you want to leave with all the listeners here today?
00:27:25:20 – 00:28:00:11
Andrew Sayles: So I I just want to tell you guys, look, jump in our discord. Hang out. See what we’re all about. People come to us because they want to make the money, but they stay for the community because we have a great, a great time. We do a coffee and crypto chat. Every morning, we do a state of the land verse every Monday to where you know I do. I fill everybody on almost going on. I do an ask me anything what you’re going to want to be involved in this project. We’re going to be the most talked about project of twenty twenty two when it’s all said and done because we’re coming out of nowhere.
00:28:00:13 – 00:28:22:21
Andrew Sayles: We’re building something nobody else has in the space yet, and we’re having fun with it. If you had fun playing monopoly growing up, you’re going to love literally because you’re going to earn real money and you’re going to be a part of a culture that that’s that’s making a movement across the world and it’s something bigger than any of us. So I love it and thank you everybody for tuning in and listen and learn about. I hope you get reach out and come hang out.
00:28:23:18 – 00:28:38:29
Richard Carthon: Absolutely. And definitely appreciate that final thought for everyone listening who is on the go? What are some good links or what are the things that they can go to? Is there a good website is there and of course, on a already said a Twitter and discord that they can go to, but one of the ways that people can connect with you?
00:28:39:13 – 00:29:12:08
Andrew Sayles: Yeah. So best way to find me is at close some sales, close CSO at me and say, why LDS? Like my last name sales? I’m on Twitter. You can find me on Facebook Andrew Sales. You can jump on our discord, our website. Soledad’s So Lads, NFT dot com has all our stuff there. Jump in our Discord link. You’ll have that those are the best way to find it. Say I’m all over social media. If you look me up, Andrew sales, I’ll I’ll always answer and I’ll I’ll always direct you someplace to hang out with us.
00:29:12:29 – 00:29:24:16
Richard Carthon: Perfect. Well, Andrew, thank you so much for spending time with us. I know I definitely enjoyed the conversation and I know that I’m going to go check this out, everyone listening. I highly recommend you go check this out as well. And of course, for everyone listening, stay cryptocurrency.
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