Jared Moore on Simplifying Cross-Chain Swaps with Sifchain (Episode 221)
Today Jared Moore joins us to discuss simplifying cross-chain swaps with Sifchain.
Jared is the Director of Marketing for Sifchain, the omni-channel DEX connecting Cosmos to Ethereum and any EVM chain.
The following transcript was created using artificial intelligence. There will be some grammatical errors below.
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Richard Carthon: Hello, everyone, and welcome to another episode of crypto current, your host here, Richard Carthon. And today I have another amazing interview for you. We have a person working on a really cool project named SIFF Shane that you need to look into really helping to enhance a lot of this omni channel decentralized exchanges. So we have it. You’re more the director of marketing. How are you doing today?
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Jared Moore: Doing great. Thank you, man. Excited to be here.
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Richard Carthon: No doubt, man will excited to learn more about you and dive more into all the amazing things you’re working on with selfsame. But first, want to learn a little bit more about you? Can you give us some background on yourself?
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Jared Moore: Yeah, I am, Jared, director of marketing, I’ve done a lot of marketing in the direct consumer space. I first got into blockchain marketing in about twenty seventeen and that first bull market when everybody thought that was the supercycle in itself, you know, and then everybody found out that wasn’t the case.
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Richard Carthon: But I’ve been researching now for a few months and
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Richard Carthon: it’s been amazing. The team is like one of the hardest working and one of the most competent teams accident I’ve ever been with.
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Richard Carthon: And they’re all just smart. Great communication is really interesting. And then just being in the space too has been like the coolest thing ever. So
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Richard Carthon: yeah, just been in marketing for like five, five or six years now.
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Richard Carthon: Just awesome. Yeah. And with that, what was your first introduction to the crypto blockchain space? Like, when did you first hear about it? And then like, how did you even find out about the opportunity at sidechain?
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Richard Carthon: Oh man, everyone always says that like early bitcoin story, right?
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Richard Carthon: So in I think it was, I don’t know, sophomore year of high school.
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Richard Carthon: A friend at the lunch table said, Hey, you want to buy some bitcoin for $10 dollars? Something like that is like, it’s like internet money. Kind of like a.
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Richard Carthon: And then about 2016 rolls around them. I do. What is this thing and then ends it? And so I really got into bitcoin and then I think it was a dream right after. And then just learning just more about everything in the blockchain space. And then there’s all these new protocols and all this new funding that happens. And then, you know, now we’re all in the rabbit hole, right? And then like we were saying before this started, like, no one can really sleep in here mostly like make dedicated time because there’s so much coming out. But yeah, so that’s how we got into it.
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Richard Carthon: What is your next question after that?
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Richard Carthon: And it was all good, and you bring up a really good point of like, you’re always on in the world of crypto, blockchain, if you’re really in it just because there’s always something new, it’s 24 hour cycle and this world is sort of the world sleeping. That’s how the world is up and vice versa. But again, you found out it when it was worth like 10 bucks. And it’s a great a very much appreciated since then. But as you start to learn more about it, you learn about bitcoin, learn about Ethereum and you start your your career. How did you get into the world of crypto blockchain? Like, when did you decide, OK, this is a world that I really want to like, dive in and be all in on.
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Jared Moore: Yeah, it was like early 2017. So it’s it’s when the market started to increase a little bit, caught my attention and then it really hit the 2017 bull run. Luckily, I got into like the marketing side of things before that big run up. It was 2017. In late 2016, that really was like, this is something not normal, and it’s like my initial chance to like, do something big, right? I was born too late for the dotcom boom, but this is like the next one.
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Richard Carthon: So, no, absolutely. I make a lot of references to that. But you know, you get into it in twenty seventeen and then you kind of stay within the space through a bear cycle, which I do want to go ask you a question about that later. But now you’re with 15, they’re working on amazing stuff. What is the chain and what are some of the different things that y’all are working on right now?
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Jared Moore: Yeah. So, Stefan is an honorific.
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Jared Moore: Basically, it’s a cosmos tender moment, a second. But it’s an omission that it connects all of the even and Etherium to Cosmos. So now you have a bridge, basically from Cosmos to Ethereum and to any EDM chain like Polygon, Binance Smart and the Future, all that type of stuff. So it’s kind of interesting to see the liquidity and the attention in Ethereum now being able to be swapped into Cosmos kind of powerful because we’re the only one to do that.
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Jared Moore: So I think
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Richard Carthon: that that’s really awesome, man. And. One of the things that I want to spend just a moment on is just, I’ve always been a really big Etherium fan, but I’ve actually started to become less and less of an East fan this year because of gas.
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Richard Carthon: Gas is absolutely like turning me, and I feel like a lot of other people away from the Ethereum blockchain because it’s becoming so outrageous. Like the the way that I like to explain it is, is if you went to a bank and said, Hey, I want to take out 200 dollars and they said, Oh, that’s going to be a hundred and fifty bucks to do that. You, you would be furious. But we do it every day for Ethereum blockchain. It’s like, how do we start to solve some of those problems? And I believe things like this can help solve that.
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Richard Carthon: Yeah, and there’s no reason why, so it has high fees for a reason. I love the pheromone therapy community. It has high demand now. Is the number perfect? No. Should it move by a lot of the transactions moved to other chains like Cosmo’s salon or maybe even if they don’t go down? Yes.
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Richard Carthon: Yeah, a lot of the data processing should not be done on Ethereum. And I think really that’s where Cosmos kind of stands out, especially being this like connector between all the machines and the high ether and gas. These are they’re not sustainable, especially like normal people can’t do that. People can’t spend $40 to send $5. So. Exactly.
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Richard Carthon: Yeah, it’s you know, when crypto and all this has made us decentralized and meant to give and empower people and give people access. And this is these gas wars are turning it to only literally the wealthy or those who have money.
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Richard Carthon: The ability to go and make transactions and and I don’t want to go too much on a riff on this, but like just because it’s been happening so much like any protocol that can help. Not make that a thing I’m for, and I’ve also been a becoming more and more of a fan of Cosmos because it’s really trying to help solve that problem and solve some of the foundational issues that unfortunately it is having. So if you don’t like you can like speak to like why I chose Cosmos to like, kind of built this on.
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Richard Carthon: So it is their chose Cosmos. We find
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Richard Carthon: the reason why.
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Richard Carthon: It’s in here.
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Richard Carthon: I’ll look that up because this is a message about that, I do want to ask a different question.
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Richard Carthon: Yeah. So. And again, I wasn’t trying to take it too far in one direction, but, you know, as as people have been using safe chain, what have been a lot of the different use cases as you start seeing users come on, how are they been able to integrate stuff, change into their day to day operations?
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Richard Carthon: It’s interesting because the Cosmos ecosystem is in this like space where there’s a lot of really strong developers. But like all of the liquidity in the funding, is on Ethereum in comparison. So now we’re starting to see like the smart contracts and the fees and different games being built on Cosmos. So for now, for the majority of activity, it’s more of like staking and like this like early
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Richard Carthon: network feel of like everybody’s just like staking and getting equity or like the token rewards of governance tokens of each platform. So that’s the majority of what’s happening in the Cosmos space. It feels like early Ethereum or like early.
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Richard Carthon: Ms. I guess I can only compare it to early Ethereum, where it’s just like just like land grab of like you’re trying to get that early Uniswap tokens are trying to get that the compound tokens you’re trying to get, you know, so.
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Richard Carthon: No, definitely, and as has being built out in something I tried to relay to everyone that watches the show and is getting into the crypto space is that all of this stuff takes time to build. So if you look at a lot of the projects who ran up in the 2017 bull run and now this go round or have an even more stellar run ups because they’ve been able to build out their platforms a lot more, they’ve been able to build more infrastructure, they’ve been able to build more use cases on top of their protocols or have more use cases for their coins or et cetera.
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Richard Carthon: So things take time. Ultimately, things take time. And so Cosmos is right now and as has been building and it’s continuing to continuing to build, but its days is coming, I, I personally believe.
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Richard Carthon: Yeah. And I just found it to be it was the majority of the speed of the networks of Cosmos being about 100 times faster than Etherium. The fees are an issue, so that’s part of the development on there. And then there’s enough space basically to build all the tools necessary, rather having to rely on other pre-built tools in the Cosmos space. So like explorers and wallets and things, so.
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Richard Carthon: Got it. That’s a good reason to build on Cosmos, for sure. And you know, with with the omni decks and everything that you have been building. What are some of the things within the pipeline that you think people should be aware of and or, you know, has you in the team excited?
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Richard Carthon: Yeah, there’s a ton of liquidity programs going on right now, and that’s some of the most insane activities I’ve ever seen. People were posting screenshots on Twitter the other day is over 5000 percent APR on some liquidity pools. That was insane as bounty program called Safe Harvest that’s running right now.
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Richard Carthon: So you basically add liquidity to any pool and they’re just monster API numbers. Obviously, more people file in. Those numbers drop a little bit, but there’s still, I think, over 1000 percent right now.
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Richard Carthon: There’s a bonus pool we’re doing with the Juno project right now. They just launched on osmosis and on safety now. But basically we’re allocating million Rowan tokens to people had just taken there. So if you.
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Richard Carthon: And liquidity to Bath, you’re getting this harvests, but you’re also getting this bonus million row on the share that so that’s insane.
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Richard Carthon: Validating and delegating right now is about 67 to 70 percent, just stating or delegating to a validator. And that doesn’t even include transaction fees. So that’s crazy to will be launched a trading competition soon.
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Richard Carthon: So, yeah, we are. We have a huge TVL now. It’s about 50 million.
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Richard Carthon: So the competition is going to have way better trades and trading volume should go up.
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Richard Carthon: A lot of thought that a lot of
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Richard Carthon: people with you, with your with your TV show, for the newbie, what does a TV show
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Richard Carthon: so token value it? That’s basically the amount of value locked up inside of your platform or your game or your decks.
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Richard Carthon: Thank you. Appreciate that, and it’s a reason I try to go and bring some of that up, sometimes when the newer listeners that come in like we’ll just throw out verbs that we all know, but it’s good to just have someone break that down. So the total value locked and what’s pretty insane is so APA’s annual percentage yield. You go and you provide liquidity to some of these pools, which basically you go in, you have a certain amount of money. You then put it into a pool and then it earned you money for locking up and validating that particular pool.
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Richard Carthon: How were you all able to get these kinds of insane types of AP wise like those are some of the largest I’ve ever heard of?
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Richard Carthon: Yeah. So for the validating and delegating,
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Richard Carthon: we have networks, staking rewards, going live, live again. So basically, that’s just like a Bauder validator, like inflation rewards,
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Richard Carthon: the harvest, which is this insane like A.I. program. This is basically just like our our fund No. One tokens that we are just using to basically increase the amount of people that can join the network. So if we increase system network income, that increases the ability for 15 to survive long term because more network income means more obviously value for everybody else, right? For validators, for the team, for community.
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Richard Carthon: Oh, definitely, and thank you for. For breaking that down, and it sounds like there’s a lot of excitement around that. And with building out the network and as this continues to kind of flourish, as we kind of look at the macro and the greater crypto media and everything that’s going on, where do you see chain kind of growing out into the future? And just like as we look at the greater crypto landscape, why is it important that we continue to have liquidity providers and DEXs to keep bridging gaps?
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Yeah, so it’s kind of interesting to see the development of this team right now because we we are the only one regime like Cosmos to this area, like through ABC efficiently.
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So I really only see us. Obviously, extending that further to other EVM chains, but being the B connector of multiple chains is going to be a big thing. So you have most right now, most like liquidity on Ethereum. But you have most scalability elsewhere, at least until other solutions happen on Ethereum. But that could be years, which is a long time in crypto, especially when we were talking. Like every minute of the day, something happens.
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Richard Carthon: So until then, if then
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Richard Carthon: it’s going to happen elsewhere. So as scaling happens elsewhere,
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Richard Carthon: the ability to connect those chains together, like I really think of this as if we if we have a single company offering a service or a good, that’s not how the world operates. But we have multiple companies offering multiple services or goods. That’s kind of a distributed protocol system in a sense, because you don’t just have your Ethereum or your apple. You also have your Samsung. You also have your Google or whatever. So there’s going to be multiple chains if you believe in a multiple chain
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Richard Carthon: feature. It makes the most sense to connect them, right? Because then you have an asset in one bank. You have to be able to wire money to another bank where if you have an interest in one bank, you have to be able to send that entity somewhere else or there has to be connectivity or else they’re just going to have these siloed
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Richard Carthon: ecosystems. Which is not going to happen, it can happen, especially if you’re adding invisible borders, right? All right. Timothy is going to win it.
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Richard Carthon: It is. And again, I’m going to break two more of these down. So can you explain what ABC is in the BBMP chains?
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Richard Carthon: Oh yes. ABC is into blockchain connectivity,
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Richard Carthon: so connecting all these blockchains will win and then EVM is Ethereum virtual machine. And basically, that’s the, you know, anything about those who run smart contracts and hasn’t got it.
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Richard Carthon: So definitely appreciate that. And again, this, like you said, these silos, these. Different blockchains and ecosystems that are trying to be run up by themselves and say, like, come play nicely with me instead of saying interoperability, interoperability is the big word that keeps on being tossed around is very important. And the companies that are figuring out how to do that like yours, I think, are going to be the big winners because we have to keep finding ways to bridge all of these amazing ecosystems together and to solve for challenges that are out there again, going back to the Ethereum gas problem.
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Richard Carthon: If some of those transactions could be then run on Cosmos and other places so that the gas fees don’t have to be as ridiculous as they are, it’s really helping to solve a problem. So, you know, I’m optimistic that.
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Richard Carthon: As more interoperability is put out into the ecosystem that companies actually jump on it and make it more friendly for all these different ecosystems to play nice together.
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Richard Carthon: Yeah, it’s kind of cool, because having different ecosystems or networks, you get the option to choose where you want to store your funds or whatever. So if I have something on Ethereum, I don’t have to just stay on Ethereum. I can now just houses all my assets on Cosmos. Right? Like, you don’t have to be honest, Ethereum. You can do everything on Cosmos. You can choose to be wherever you want.
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Richard Carthon: So if you prefer certain networks, Typekit security.
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Richard Carthon: But you get to choose where you want to go.
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Richard Carthon: Power to the people, and it’s giving people options and choices, which I think is absolutely essential and necessary. But the question I wanted to go back to which I said I would come back to early in the conversation was with you being in marketing. You survived the bull run of 2017 and also survived the bear cycle of basically 18 to 20. What would you encourage people who listen to this, who are part of companies or or who have not necessarily experienced a bear cycle yet? What kind of nuggets could you give them so that they can understand how to persevere doing those types of times?
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Richard Carthon: Yeah, if it’s like a person financially, if they’re just looking for like Bain’s right, it goes easily. Long term, it’s a marathon. It’s OK to miss out on a 2x if it saves you from missing a downfall of 70 to 80 percent. It’s OK. Yeah, it’ll suck. But at least you like the loss is going to be way worse than the actual game.
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Richard Carthon: So that’s something personally
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Richard Carthon: or if like, if you have enough cash and you just want to keep your crypto, you don’t have to sell your crypto, just don’t think about it. If it’s a company, they take into account bull markets and bear markets. That’s what a lot of people didn’t do in 2017, and I haven’t heard of some of these projects since. I’m not going to name them, but.
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Richard Carthon: A lot of companies need to understand that, yes, this could be a supercycle, but still maintain enough burn rate or cash flow to sustain a burn rate for however long you need it, right? It’s a marathon. So there will be a more bull. Markets that are going to be more bear markets is going to be, you know, that’s just how markets work. But exactly, yeah.
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Richard Carthon: Now I think I think that’s good. I think that’s a good mindset to look at. It’s a marathon, not a sprint and a good reminder to take profits even as companies go and raise money. Even as you know, your company might be thriving right now. In this moment, make sure you have a little nest egg back there just in case because it happens. And sometimes when the bear markets happen and there’s a flash crash, it happens very quickly and it can happen pretty much at any point. So again, not to make anybody fun or anything like that, but it’s always a good plan to if you’re up, take some profit.
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Richard Carthon: Put it aside. But if it’s responsible, like, yeah. You don’t have to be Superman and get a forex just to make, you know, like some stakeholders or somebody happy, like sustain it, like if you’re there for the project by the long term, think you know, right?
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Richard Carthon: And having diamond hands instead of paper hands, for sure. But hey, man, as we as we kind of wrap up here, I always like to finish on to fine questions. The first one just going to be about with all the information you have right now. And if you could go back to yourself when you first got started in the crypto space or right wing around, you know, early 2017 was two to three pieces of advice you’d give yourself.
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Richard Carthon: Take profits when there’s major run ups.
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Richard Carthon: And then.
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Richard Carthon: Just don’t sell. Don’t trade. Don’t try to trade. I’m not a good trader. Don’t trade
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Richard Carthon: most people. I could trade. They should not trade.
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Richard Carthon: So I brought this up on our previous conversations. But the way that I frame it is people come in think that they’re traders and they’re investors and they get wrecked. If you come in with that investor mindset, you’ll probably end up being OK. But if you come in thinking that you can out trade people who literally do this all day, every day. Good luck.
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Richard Carthon: Or if you can beat the bad guys, right?
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Richard Carthon: For sure. Hey, again, this has been a very enjoyable conversation. But as we kind of wrap up here, what is the final thought that you want to leave with all the listeners here today?
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Richard Carthon: Keep an open mind for the crypto space. You know, I I see a lot of maximalists in some of the older chains. And I really love the game space, but there are some maximalists there that are, in a sense, kind of toxic and just keep an open mind. Different chains can accomplish different things. There’s no one stop shop solution for everything. Just as there are, you know, millions and millions of companies around the world solving different problems and solutions in their small or big or medium, it’s kind of the same way as, you know, the networks are popping up.
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Richard Carthon: So
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Richard Carthon: in a sense, it’s it’s like if the brain was recreating itself digitally. We don’t just have like a single neural pathway, right? We have different networks connecting your memory to your smells or, you know, everything else in your motor function and everything else. So
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Richard Carthon: just keep an open mind on new trains. Keep an open mind on a.
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Richard Carthon: Usability of these things, you know, can people send normal people like normal people around the world like think of the average person from each location, can they send a $50 transaction fee? Most people can’t. So. And just because maybe somebody who got an early has a bunch of bitcoin or his or whatever can do that because they have a big stockpile, does that mean it’s still viable for everybody else? Probably not.
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Richard Carthon: Right now, that’s a really good point. Not as really good imagery, especially as it relates to like the internet was recreated in the brain. I think that was really good. Don’t mind me, if I use that, I’ll give you credit. But that was so of course, that was a really good imagery.
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Richard Carthon: It is another one. Blockchain is like DNA, you know, caring for my generation. A generation break from block to block that’s going to
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Richard Carthon: that is a good one a day. The other gym you want to throw in there at the end, man.
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Richard Carthon: Those are some.
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Richard Carthon: Those are two really good ones. Zeiger Awesome, man. Well, again, thank you for spending some time with us. What are ways that people can connect with you and learn more about chain?
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Richard Carthon: Twitter. It’s a big one, either for myself or for such an associate is just like at S. Telegram community for surfing is really poppin off. That’s on the website. So Sifan Dot Finance is a website that has all the information. All the documents for each type of session is Docs, Docs, Dot 15 Dot Finance. That’s going to be for the best information you can get.
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Richard Carthon: And then just Twitter, honestly, for something excellent.
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