Giorgi Khazaradze on Aurox’s System for Empowering New Crypto Traders with Pro-Level Tools (Episode 286)
Giorgi Khazaradze joins us to discuss Aurox’s System for Empowering New Crypto Traders with Pro-Level Tools.
Giorgi Khazaradze is a Dallas-based entrepreneur who serves as CEO of one of the few fast-growing companies that is navigating the burgeoning world of DeFi trading. Aurox is an all-in-one desktop cryptocurrency trading terminal that integrates data with tailored tools and strategies to help make better trades. Think Bloomberg Terminal for crypto trading. Prior to creating Aurox, Giorgi had a lucrative career in affiliate marketing. He served as CEO of WhichAdsWork, an advertising analytics software used by thousands of companies to accelerate their businesses. The company quickly became the most in-demand product and generated over $3 million in recurring revenue per year. During his success with WhichAdsWork, Giorgi also started Advertising Consultants Inc which specialized in e-Commerce stores and products which generated $10 million dollars in sales per year.
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00:00:03:11 – 00:00:34:19
Richard Carthon: Hello everyone and welcome to another episode of Crypto Current. You’re hosted here Richard Carthon. And today we got a repeat special guest. That’s right. He was with us a year ago to tell us about his amazing company, Aurochs. And a lot has happened in that year. Some similarities and we’ll talk about those as well. But we got my man G, who is the CEO of Aurochs, if you remember it, back on episode 183, for all you new listeners, go and check that out. For all those who peep that. Get ready for a cool update. G How you been, man?
00:00:35:14 – 00:00:45:12
Giorgi Khazaradze: It’s been good considering everything. We’ve been actually pretty good. We’ve been keeping our head down, developing, moving forward and getting ready for the next the next run.
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Giorgi Khazaradze: So, I mean, in my opinion, it’s a short down market, but we’re going to be ready.
00:00:53:07 – 00:01:25:09
Richard Carthon: Yes. And I’m sure we’re going to get to unpack that as well. I to think that a reversal is imminent. But man, it was crazy. I was listening to the old episode before jumping on to this one and at the time we had just came back from the Miami Bitcoin conference. I had a really good time and that’s when the market was also going from like all time highs back down Bitcoin. And that interview was around like 33,000. Ethereum was at like 1900. Fast forward to today. Bitcoin’s currently like 30,000.
00:01:25:22 – 00:02:01:08
Richard Carthon: Ethereum’s like 1900, like almost in a similar path, almost, almost a full year later. So it’s it is interesting, but obviously last time we saw by the end of the year, a lot a lot of good things, new all time highs in Bitcoin, new all time highs and across the market, $2 trillion market, all this stuff. And whether the market’s going up or going down is your sweet spot rocks. That’s what it’s all about, man. Like, so. So give a quick refresher reminder to all those who are new of what our ox is and how y’all are built for making money regardless of what’s going on in the market.
00:02:02:00 – 00:02:24:14
Giorgi Khazaradze: Yeah. So as far as the market conditions, you know, there’s always ways to make money. You know, there’s always to invest in the proper places. So it doesn’t really matter if it’s up or down. There’s traders in all directions. So with aurochs, we first started developing the terminal. It’s all in one train terminal. You you’ve track like 60 exchanges. Hundreds of thousands of pairs
00:02:26:00 – 00:02:58:04
Giorgi Khazaradze: have multiple charts on your screen, customize workspaces, scanners, screeners, even proprietary indicators, everything that you really need to make smart, educated decisions. So we do help the users, or at least our platform does help the users recognize opportunities in the market. And I didn’t even know, you know, we’re so busy with developments that I just don’t monitor the market that often. We’re just like going 100 miles per hour right now on the business side.
00:02:58:25 – 00:03:28:18
Giorgi Khazaradze: And I just randomly checked our Twitter and someone had tagged us, you know, thank God for UX. Like I got out of the market because they saw like the market kind of, you know, dipping in and or an indicator triggered like a short at the peak. I was like, wow, I guess it’s still working on like we designed it several years back. But, you know, that was just the first stage that we’re moving into the next stages I guess that the revenue model for the company and said that utilities of of the company.
00:03:29:16 – 00:04:05:13
Richard Carthon: Absolutely. And that’s I want to dive in all the newness. But for for the brand new person who’s coming into this, a lot of people who invest into this space think they are traders and they are investors. And so they come in with very little understanding of what it means to trade, how to have indicators and having ways to, uh, when to get in, when to get out. And what our ox does is provide these indicators to help you understand what’s a good price entry when a good time to take profit, what is a good signal that things are starting to turn down if you are in a position to get out or potential short the position? So I know there’s a lot of different things in place.
00:04:05:15 – 00:04:13:13
Richard Carthon: Can you kind of talk to some of those different types of indicators within the Oracle program that investors who are trying to become traders can utilize?
00:04:14:08 – 00:04:45:11
Giorgi Khazaradze: Yeah. So our goal really is to essentially, I mean, with every skill you need to get good at it, you need good experience to be a good trader, you need years of experience. You need to read, learn from other people and make mistakes. So our goal with the indicators and the screeners and everything else is to show that time frame as well as Shawn the amount of losses that you might take right off the bat because it’s just part of the game, like you can’t win every single one.
00:04:45:13 – 00:04:55:09
Giorgi Khazaradze: People think that, you know, you just like with these proprietary indicators, those can be 100% correct. But that’s not the case. It’s impossible that that was the case, obviously, on a beach somewhere.
00:04:55:24 – 00:04:56:09
Richard Carthon: Oh, yeah.
00:04:56:22 – 00:05:30:19
Giorgi Khazaradze: Potentially owning the entire world. Yeah. So but our indicators really help try to shorten that time frame and help you manage your risk. So one of them, for example, that we released not too long ago, is still in the beta phases, but it is available for users, is our AI indicator and it essentially has like built in risk management. So what we tell users is it essentially triggers a green arrow when you’re supposed to go long in that red arrow, when you’re supposed to go short, and you can utilize that as both entries and exits as well.
00:05:30:21 – 00:06:02:07
Giorgi Khazaradze: But we tell our users, you know, when you enter the market, it said the Green Arrow started taking profits along the way, like never wait for, you know, the peak. Like, it’s just it’s impossible. You will never be able to catch the top of the pyramid. So, you know, entering the green, taking profits along the way. And then the reason it has risk management is that the next signal will almost always trigger at least above or very slightly near the the initial entry trigger.
00:06:02:22 – 00:06:33:11
Giorgi Khazaradze: So let’s say you enter like at $1,000, it will either, you know, trigger it a little, maybe 1500 or it will trigger it maybe like 994, 1010 or somewhere near that to get you out of the position before it gets really bad. So that’s the one thing that new users have problems with is this risk management. They don’t know when to abandon the trade or, you know, they’re down red and they’re like, no, no, it’s going to balance. And it just keeps going. It’s red.
00:06:34:17 – 00:06:47:25
Giorgi Khazaradze: And our air indicator does that for them. Yeah, it might take a few losses here and there, but the winning trades are huge. It’s really trying to make sure that you just don’t lose a lot of money.
00:06:49:00 – 00:07:26:10
Giorgi Khazaradze: That’s right. And to speak to that risk management for a lot of new traders, I think is one of the biggest lessons you have to take you. You can come in and have some initial success, right? You can come in and do some leveraged trading or just do regular trading and see some pretty big returns. Be like, oh, yeah, I got this. This is easy. And then you see your first loss and then you’re like, because you’re competitive, you’ve never done it before. You don’t set a trailing stop loss or any stop loss. You’re just like, Oh, well, it’ll, it’ll recover. It’ll do whatever it’s going to do. And, you know, potentially with enough time and you know, whether it’s, of course, of days, months, years, yes, it might it might recover.
00:07:26:12 – 00:07:47:13
Giorgi Khazaradze: But if you are trading and you on a shorter time horizon, you don’t have that time. You need the liquidity to keep getting into other trades. And so risk management is a massive lesson that people need to learn. And if you’ve already created a tool that can help people with their risk management, man, that’s a huge value add toyou non traders out there that are trying to learn the space like that is that is huge.
00:07:47:27 – 00:08:28:14
Giorgi Khazaradze: Yeah. Yeah. And that was the really the main reason that that that specific the indicator and again it’s free you know you guys can everyone check it out was the reason that was developed is because you could be 100%. MOLINARO You can be like 95% accurate. But that 5% that you’re not and you’re not managing the risk, right? You can just go completely wiped out and done. Whereas this indicator is actually, I think like 60 to 70% accurate, but because it has such a good risk management implemented into it that you essentially make profits, it’s significant profit on the good trades and then very little losses on the barge trade.
00:08:28:16 – 00:08:39:12
Giorgi Khazaradze: So. It offsets, like even though it’s not like insanely accurate because of the risk management. It’s it allows you to profit more than.
00:08:40:28 – 00:08:58:03
Richard Carthon: Right. Which is great, man. And, you know, over the course of the year, you’ve obviously been able to build that indicator. And you have a ton of other things that have been on the road map that you’ve been able to roll out. One of them being, I believe, is the wallet extension. Can you tell us a little bit more about that?
00:08:58:24 – 00:09:47:06
Giorgi Khazaradze: Yeah, so we’re about to release that. The Alpha version, actually, I need to set up a group to get our users, a handful of users to start testing it. And then we’ll release a beta version again with a handful of our users starting mid-next month, and then the production version will go live soon after that. So depending on, you know, if there’s bugs or issues that we need to fix, but it’s going to be very unique. I mean, this is something that I personally I wanted as well after messing around with the competitors out there and missing all these like simple things, like, I don’t know, for example, I was going to have a built in history of your portfolio, so you’ll see like a charts just like you should on most exchanges or most wallets actually.
00:09:47:18 – 00:10:10:15
Giorgi Khazaradze: But the competitors out there are just not doing that. So that’s something that I want to see, something that we implemented, being able to track live prices directly into the wallets and being able to swap very easily as well, gas loss, trading, etc.. So we implemented some of these functionalities into this wallet and I’m excited to get that out of the door.
00:10:10:25 – 00:10:47:20
Richard Carthon: I’m intrigued by that. Sorry. There’s something in there that I think is really important that to your point, I haven’t seen as far as like actual data analytics, right? So like if you bring in these coins into your wallet, why can’t you see a portfolio? Why can’t you see performance? Why can’t you see like, hey, if you actually held on to this this coin or if you did whatever, here’s what that would have look like over time, or just simple things like that. Or actually having when you put a coin in it, tell you the actual pricing even. And I know that like has to do with being able to pull in data from it being listed on a thing like a coin market cap or coingecko, etc..
00:10:48:06 – 00:10:48:21
Richard Carthon: But
00:10:50:05 – 00:10:56:14
Richard Carthon: those are big point, those are big problems if you’re solving that. I personally am interested because like that that it sounds really amazing.
00:10:57:07 – 00:11:38:28
Giorgi Khazaradze: Yeah. No, it’s tied directly into our terminal, the backend. Like we have all the data from basically every exchange. So now users can, you know, like for example, like I have like 20 different wallets on my, on my metamask and I have absolutely no clue what’s in the wallets unless I go into them. And then I also don’t know when I bought them, how I bought them, who sent me the tokens that I have in the wallets. Like I said, literally just God knows what. So those issues that we came across ourselves, just like we did with the terminal when we first of all, the are the same issues that we’re trying to resolve now with the extension.
00:11:39:00 – 00:11:51:08
Giorgi Khazaradze: And so what what’s not available out there, it’s just very simple things like I just want to know when I bought like what price did I buy this? So like it shouldn’t be that difficult to know that.
00:11:52:23 – 00:11:57:12
Giorgi Khazaradze: But yeah, it’s not, it’s not very difficult to develop it. And that’s why we created.
00:11:58:19 – 00:12:15:23
Richard Carthon: Excellent. Well, sounds like you got some alpha users coming out. Um, if someone who’s listening to this, they’re like, Hey, I want to put my hand up. Can I. Can I be one of these? Ah, ah. At what point do you think a beta version will be released where more people would be able to come and experiment using this service?
00:12:16:16 – 00:12:38:28
Giorgi Khazaradze: Yeah. So Beta, we’re looking at about June 15th or so actually. I kind of want to go probably around June 15th. I hate setting dates, but that’s around that time period is when we’ll have the beta. But even the beta won’t be like it won’t be public. Last thing I want with, especially when it comes to a wallet, it’s like you can’t have a bug in a wallet. Yeah,
00:12:40:17 – 00:12:54:15
Giorgi Khazaradze: you just can’t. So that’s what we’re taking to these phases. So the Alpha, we’ll have probably like 50 of our users. Beta will have maybe like a couple hundred and then production. Now it should be completely smooth and everything should be ironed out.
00:12:55:09 – 00:13:06:18
Richard Carthon: Sounds great. Well, uh, keep me in mind on this, because I know I’ll mention in checking out that wallet, but another thing that I know that you rolled out is an app. So tell us more about that.
00:13:07:09 – 00:13:56:25
Giorgi Khazaradze: Yeah, it’s going to be same as the extension. So the initial so the there’s going to be two products. There’s going to be the extension for the browser. So it’s gonna be like a wallets that you can interact with decentralized applications to track everything, swap, etc.. And then the mobile application will be based around the same concept. So it’ll be a native application for Android and iPhone and it’ll be something on the go. Will have the app connections and things like that. But what we did is really mimic the UI and UX of a centralized exchange essentially like, you know, Coinbase, Robinhood or whatever it might be, and offloaded all the complex issues of decentralized exchanges to our backend, to our smart contracts.
00:13:57:23 – 00:14:36:19
Giorgi Khazaradze: For example, like I mentioned, the gas trading. I know this has been parodied by so many people. Unfortunately, we’re trying to figure out how to take back that word because in reality, like people that are saying that there’s supports, gas is trading, it’s only supports a certain amount of tokens. I think it’s like ten or 20 tokens on the entire Ethereum network because it requires this Etherium upgrade, whereas our application will support gas trading for literally every single token, even though it’s the first that we’ve ever seen anyone do it this way.
00:14:37:15 – 00:14:48:18
Giorgi Khazaradze: And it allows the onboarding process to be so much simpler because now I can switch one token to another without ever having to touch it. Doing it? Well, it’s much simpler to own producers that way.
00:14:49:09 – 00:14:52:29
Richard Carthon: Just curious. So you are utilizing like ZK rollups to like implement that?
00:14:53:18 – 00:14:56:14
Giorgi Khazaradze: No, it’s actually I don’t want to.
00:14:57:15 – 00:15:09:27
Richard Carthon: Give away the secret sauce, but you got to get into it. But I was curious, but Dan’s past that, but that sounds really awesome. And I know the fact that you’d be able to swap in and out of things
00:15:11:18 – 00:15:38:24
Richard Carthon: gas lists they give you you’re basically spinning close to nothing is absolutely incredible for anyone who’s ever used Metamask and use their local swap. You know, there’s quite a hefty fee that goes along with swapping in and out of things. Or even if you connect to Uniswap and some of these other Dexs out there, etc., you are going to spend some money. And if you’re telling me that like we’ll be able to do it on this native wallet and spend next to nothing. That’s very appetizing.
00:15:39:11 – 00:15:51:29
Giorgi Khazaradze: No. Yeah. No, it’s. It’s going to be really cool. We’re very excited about that functionality. And we’re also, like I said, we’re trying to take that out or something. Yeah. To our marketing department to see how we do that.
00:15:52:27 – 00:16:01:17
Richard Carthon: Gotcha. Well well, good luck on that. And I also know that you all have been busy going to some in-person events, and I believe that you are going to be at consensus.
00:16:02:03 – 00:16:32:03
Richard Carthon: Yes. Yeah, I actually haven’t booked my tickets yet, but we are going to be a consensus. So is everything going on them? So like the last thing on my mind. But yeah, no, we’re excited to be going to Consensys and we’re actually organizing an event essentially like an after party. This is honestly going to be very exclusive and it’s going to be utilized to essentially springboard our wallets, launch and everything else.
00:16:32:15 – 00:16:57:19
Richard Carthon: So there’s going to be no influencers and senior level people from companies. And if you’re interested, you the invites for any for you as well. And if anyone else is out there, if you’re interested, we’ll have you follow us on Twitter. We’ll post the link, but it will be invite only. So there will be a very small group of people selected to be able to.
00:16:58:29 – 00:17:26:12
Richard Carthon: I appreciate. And definitely am interested in checking that out. So I have to talk offline more about about that man. But obviously O’Rourke’s has a lot of exciting things on the horizon and have been in build mode and have been growing and have a lot of solid things in place. Like as you kind of like take a step back and look at the last year of work, what do you think are some of the big lessons that you were able to take away that you’re kind of using moving forward?
00:17:28:03 – 00:18:02:02
Giorgi Khazaradze: Really just, you know, putting your head down and and working like when you paid for it. Like, I understand, you know, we have investors and, you know, in markets like this, they’re they’re worried. But as a company owner, I just can’t, you know, monitor the markets constantly. Like, it just gives you more added anxiety for no reason. All you have to do is build the great product and then the market will recognize that. So during times like this and even when it’s going up, just put your head down and just keep moving forward and create the product that you envisioned because that’s what the investors invested in in the first place.
00:18:02:04 – 00:18:06:21
Giorgi Khazaradze: They invested in the vision that you had so accomplish that vision and, you know, keep moving forward.
00:18:07:23 – 00:18:50:24
Richard Carthon: Absolutely. That’s a good one. Focus. Focus is a is a really key component because it’s very easy in the world of crypto to look at the next shiny thing or to constantly be stimulated because it’s 24 hours and there’s always some new buzzword to be learning about and chasing and etc. And sometimes you just got to block out the noise and focus on whatever it is that you’re working on or building. So I think that is a definitely a good, good reminder. What do you think have been, as you’ve observed, some of the different signals and things that your users have been using on auroch so far? What do you think have been some lessons or some things that you observed that your users are doing that you didn’t anticipate?
00:18:52:09 – 00:19:23:20
Giorgi Khazaradze: Um, I mean, I think that there is so a lot of your users essentially that actually a significant amount of users came into our terminal as beginners. I anticipated them to, you know, slowly get sorry, but somewhat some people just jumped right in and they were just sort of crushing it. Like our average session time on the platform is like two or 3 hours or something online for like 8 to 12 hours. It’s insane.
00:19:24:23 – 00:19:55:15
Giorgi Khazaradze: But, you know, they’re actively trading and they’re they’re doing a great job. So I’m surprised is how easy some of these beginners went from just, you know, throwing like a few hundred dollars into some random token they that caught their eye to actually watching charts on a 24 hour basis. They essentially just became like, I don’t know, a small hedge fund in their own living slowly overnight.
00:19:55:17 – 00:20:18:24
Giorgi Khazaradze: So it’s been interesting seeing them grow into I get like emails on a daily basis is like, hey, thanks for doing this. Like, I really appreciate it for a while. And it’s, it’s really nice to hear some of that. So I’m just surprised at how quickly some of these users have changed their lives and made some amazing investments.
00:20:19:25 – 00:21:05:12
Giorgi Khazaradze: Yeah. And I mean, that’s that’s really amazing. And it goes to show that for for anyone that’s listening to this right now, especially if you’ve ever had any ambition on trying to learn more about day trading, about how can you start to do this and have some tools and resources to do that. I know that I believe I do have some like educational pieces on how to utilize your platform to look at some different things. And then you can literally, if you have a little bit of money, you can start off, try it out, see what happens. And I mean, you heard it from Jay himself, CEO of Aurochs, how people have come in, utilize the tools and have been able to grow it into a lifestyle, have been able to grow into a way that they are now not just changing their lives, but can utilize those skills to to keep finding alpha and be ahead of some of these other coins as they are coming out.
00:21:05:14 – 00:21:13:24
Giorgi Khazaradze: Because I mean, I think g you would agree with me, we’re still super early in this space and there’s still a whole lot more opportunity left out there to be captured if people are willing to put in the time.
00:21:14:17 – 00:21:55:24
Giorgi Khazaradze: Yep. And then that’s exactly the time is exactly. It’s I understand, you know, people have, you know, the regular jobs and stuff. But like I mentioned before, it’s all about honing the skill. Like no one just overnight becomes a computer programmer. Like, it takes years and years and years of effort. So spending some time utilize like usually the people that we see, for example, in our platform that have spent a month on it, they retain for like almost an entire year and pass that people that just jump in and jump out, they just, you know, obviously we lose like I think 30% of the users within the first session and then the rest, the retention is like insanely high.
00:21:56:06 – 00:22:19:10
Giorgi Khazaradze: So those people that are just jumping in and jumping out, you know, they’re they’re trying to they’re stuck in this mindset of like, I’m going to invest next Shiba and like, you know, make that $10 million from my $500 investment just that’s not really yeah that’s investing but it’s not wage trading either. So if you’re wanting to be a trader, it does take a little bit of time. And, you know, it’s another skill to do both.
00:22:20:20 – 00:22:51:09
Giorgi Khazaradze: Sure. And I think that’s a good humbling memories, because there are a lot of people out there like, Oh yeah, I would love to find the next Shiba Inu. But the other piece of this is if you’re trading, if you’re considering it, you’re starting to develop these skills. Where you see these patterns are these things that keep reoccurring across successful opportunities. You can start to, you know. I have some alpha out there that you’ve developed on your own just from spending the time and being a part of it. Everyone wants to get rich quick, right? Like like like you said at the beginning of this.
00:22:51:11 – 00:23:26:28
Giorgi Khazaradze: Like, if if he was just making money as it goes up and up and up, like he peed on the world at this point. But you have to put in the time you got to keep learning. And aurochs is a way that you have the opportunity to go and do that. So for everyone listening, make sure you go and check them out. We’ll of course have all of the links and everything else in here. But Gebe, as we wrap up, I have a couple just fun questions that I want to wrap with. And one that comes to mind is when we step back and we look at 2022. How do you think it will be remembered? So 2022, the year of X.
00:23:27:00 – 00:23:28:04
Giorgi Khazaradze: What do you think X is?
00:23:30:16 – 00:24:03:28
Giorgi Khazaradze: I, I think it’s going to be more about the discussion and more like this. I think it’s about the developments every time we. And this, again, why we’re focusing so much on development as well. Every time we drop, you know, the market drops like this, the development picks up, and the innovations in this fields are like skyrocket. When is a bull market? All these companies are spending like 90% of their budget on marketing. But when it drops, we see these companies are creating unicorns, or at least the companies that are managed properly.
00:24:04:09 – 00:24:43:12
Giorgi Khazaradze: They’re creating unicorns for the next phase. So I think it’s going to be the I don’t know what a baby unicorn is, but it’s going to be essentially like baby unicorns that are that are being born this year and getting ready for that next next phase of their lives. It happened in 2017, 2017, 2018. All these companies that defy companies that sprung up that I guess sprung up, if you know them that were around back then, too. But that really took off in 2020 because what they did was they spent three years like 90% of their budget fully developing and building some incredible products.
00:24:43:21 – 00:25:01:21
Giorgi Khazaradze: I don’t think we’re going to have three years, but over in 2022, this maybe a good portion of this year. I mean, we’re already getting close to the end of the year, but the pushing this year is going to be spent on developing incredible products and waiting for that new optic card to come in.
00:25:03:01 – 00:25:07:24
Giorgi Khazaradze: Sure. And I think that is really good insight. And.
00:25:10:06 – 00:25:41:24
Giorgi Khazaradze: As a developer listening to a lot of different people have come on here. So I am myself, not a developer, but listening to developers who have come on the show and have talked about this, they say what is bearish and is not bullish times, just like you said, it’s they can put their head down to get to work. They’re not having to worry about the next thing. They can just build these really, really good unicorns. And right now, we’ve almost had six months of of that ability. And it’s we might have a little bit more to come, but like there will be a turning point.
00:25:41:26 – 00:26:09:08
Giorgi Khazaradze: And when that happens and now you can you have this amazing production, now you are ready to spend the money and now things are going up. The timing almost is like ideal. So I think that 2022 still has a lot of excitement left in it. And I think for those who are building right now and not so much worried about the marketing piece, there will be the first year Labor Hour to come. So I appreciate that sentiment, man. And as we kind of wrap up here, what is a final thought that you want to leave with everybody?
00:26:10:24 – 00:26:17:07
Giorgi Khazaradze: I mean, if you’re involved in this market, really just if you’re stressed about the losses that you might have
00:26:19:21 – 00:26:45:17
Giorgi Khazaradze: done in this past few months, as long as you’re investing in proper projects, you’re fine. Like the market always recovers. So just turn off your phone for for a bit. Stop, you know, refreshing coingecko or coinmarketcap on a on a minute basis. If you’ve invested in companies that, you know, have potential, there is a lot of them out there. Like, I mean, you can literally throw the door on the wall. It’s the most like land on a great company.
00:26:47:05 – 00:27:16:11
Giorgi Khazaradze: There’s a lot of good companies out there. Yeah, they’re all down 70, 80%. But you know, if I wish I had bought Bitcoin back in 2017 when it was at $20,000 and that was the peak back then. So, you know, just. Stay calm like it’s not end of the world. Everything’s going to recover. Those companies are still like us, continuing development and continuing working, and they’re waiting for that next opportunity to really just hit it out of the park.
00:27:17:15 – 00:27:49:23
Giorgi Khazaradze: Absolutely. And I think that’s a good final thought for you for your long term plays. It’s going to work itself out. Of course, if you want to make the money in between or it’s a good way to be able to provide that opportunity. But in the grand scheme of crypto and the companies that are out here and the long term play, you typically win. So I think that’s a good final reminder. Really appreciate your time today for everyone listening, of course, go check out O’Rourke’s. You can learn more on their website at get O’Rourke’s dot com where some other places they can learn more about you.
00:27:51:08 – 00:28:26:09
Giorgi Khazaradze: They can go to Twitter Twitter.com starts, get O’Rourke’s or telegram so they can say t t dot emmy or something or me slash get O’Rourke’s if you want to join our telegram. Yeah. Just, you know, all those social media links are on our website. If you are going Austin and you want to potentially get the invites to our events, we’re going to be posting a link in the next hour, a few days. So check that out and then we’ll send out the invites shortly after that.
00:28:27:10 – 00:28:35:21
Giorgi Khazaradze: Perfect. Well, you heard it here. Everyone make sure you go and check that out. And I’m looking forward to go and checking it out again myself. And for everyone listening, stay cryptoquant.
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