Thessy Mehrain & Simon Lapscher on Liquality’s Multi-Chain Approach to Crypto Wallets (Episode 225)
Thessy Mehrain & Simon Lapscher joins us to discuss Liquality’s multi-chain approach to crypto wallet.
Simon is the Co-Founder of Liquality, a multi-chain Wallet and swap network that allows everyone to interact with the decentralized economy in the most secure, easy, and accessible way. Simon was born and raised in Venezuela; growing under a dictatorship with hyperinflation helped him understand the need for an alternative censorship-resistant financial system. He entered the crypto world in 2013 while working in the payments space at Deloitte, which led him to co-create and run Deloitte’s Blockchain practice. He later moved to ConsenSys to help them build out their enterprise consulting business, where he met his Co-Founders and started Liquality.
Thessy Mehrain has been creating innovative digital solutions for more than 15 years across several domains. She is the Co-Founder of Liquality, a DeFi project that enables decentralized value exchange for financial inclusion and frictionless global interactions across different blockchains, backed by ConsenSys. In 2016 Thessy founded “Women in Blockchain,” a decentralized global community that is governed only by common principles to be a catalyst for women defining the blockchain space. She also worked on self-sovereign identity and a supply chain solution and with the Consensys Social Impact team. Previously, Thessy was Vice President of Product Strategy at JPMorgan’s investment bank, worked with Occupy’s Alternative Banking Group, was a partner in a consultancy for digital solutions and transformation, and co-founded a scientific peer reviews system. She is a multinational who embraces the global vibe of New York City.
The following transcript was created using artificial intelligence. There will be some grammatical errors below.
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Richard Carthon: Hello, everyone, welcome to another episode of Crypto Current, your host here, Richard Carthon, and today I have two very special guests working on a amazing project that can you learn more about. They just raised some money from some really big names like Coinbase, and they are working on a project that we all can use. We have both the co-founders, Simon and Tassi with the quality. How are you all doing today?
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Richard Carthon: Thank you. Well, thank you both for joining us. Before we dive in, what to learn both? Well, learn more about both of you. First, we’re going to start with a test. Can you give us some background on yourself?
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Thessy Mehrain: Sure. My name is dosimeter in. I am the co-founder of Quality, which is a multi asset crypto wallet, and we will be talking more about that soon. I thought the quality was started in consensus and I had joined consensus in 2016. Before that, I was at JP Morgan’s corporate and investment bank and was there during the financial crisis gave me some motivation because after that I was thinking, OK, you have to find better financial solutions. I joined Occupy as a working group, the alternative banking group.
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Thessy Mehrain: And yeah, that’s that’s how I found my way into blockchain. Eventually, when I started in 2016 in ConsenSys, I also started at the same time women and blockchain. This was the first female focused community there is. And yeah, and then we together started in 2018 inequality. And I also have a background. I’m German Iranian. And so that was also something that was very motivating to me knowing what kind of political power isn’t and hyper inflation and financial events can do so.
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Richard Carthon: And that’s my motivation. And yeah, so what do you?
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Richard Carthon: It’s awesome.
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Simon Lapscher: Yeah, well, it’s great to meet you. Thank you for having us. So, yeah, I see, I’m not sure I’m the co-founder of the quality. Originally from Venezuela, I was born and raised there and then moved over to the states. And so coming from from Venezuela, that’s, you know, that’s my main way of how I got into bitcoin. In 2013, I was working in strategy and technology consulting, and my friends from Venezuela were experiencing hyperinflation. And it was the situation there was getting really, really bad.
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Simon Lapscher: And so they were asking me questions about how to store store their wealth, and that’s how I do research. I came across bitcoin. I went to the first bitcoin conference in Miami in late 2013, and that’s where Vitale first presented Ethereum. And I just fell down the rabbit hole since having a look back. So I was working at Deloitte. I helped co-found Deloitte’s blockchain practice. I helped run it and grow it for the next two years, and then I moved over to ConsenSys to help them structure their consulting business.
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Simon Lapscher: It had some fun projects there, and then that’s where I met Dorsey and where you co-founded the quality.
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Richard Carthon: So first of all, you both have very, very awesome backgrounds coming from the traditional finance world and coming into the world of crypto, and also just with unique backgrounds culturally as well, understanding the significance of what it means to have control of your financial opportunities that are there and then being able to help people who don’t necessarily have the means to have that control from their local governments. What have you and the other part of it too, just even with the name of quality, like one of the biggest things that comes up all the time is liquidity.
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Richard Carthon: So whether that’s in the traditional world or whether that’s in any type of investment, the importance of being able to get liquid is highly important. So I’m guessing there’s a play on that as you got into the name. And, you know, I’m really just excited to learn more about you quality. So the tell me about it, you like you said you incubated back in ConsenSys and now here we are. In 2021, five years, you may have to go through a bull cycle down through a bearish back into a bull cycle. So much has happened. Kind of catches up on, you know, from concept of when you started this to where we are today.
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Thessy Mehrain: Yeah, I can I can start with that, and yes, you caught that right. Inequality is actually a combination of liquidity and equality. So those things are in our name and they’re just they and it’s it’s great goods to have big goals, lofty goals.
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Thessy Mehrain: You want to hear a little bit about the story of inequality and how it came about. And yeah, in we met in in consensus on a different project and we started talking about, you know, what might be important for the world to have. And initially, we started as on the premise of transacting being a human right. So basically, the world needs global money and everybody should be able to take part in the digital economy. Initially, the research was focused on global money and how people use it.
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Thessy Mehrain: And we realized that there’s a lot of friction even in the regular transaction processes that we think are global today. They’re actually not global. And that crypto could be a solution to that purely from a money perspective. Fast forward, we started zooming in on on the trading aspect of that and eventually then I always understood that there shouldn’t be. The user shouldn’t have to know what type of blockchain something is on, and there are different types of coins out there for different purposes.
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Thessy Mehrain: So should all be very fluid and be transparent to the to the user? Of course, the challenge you have there is that this is a very new technology. So we first literally had to build the technology, which we did with building a abstraction layer. So anything that’s been plugged into that layer becomes compatible to one another. So if you have bitcoin here and Ethereum here, Ethereum based tokens, they can start exchanging with one another. And with that also you can have access to applications that are built on on the other chain.
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Thessy Mehrain: So these are decentralized applications out of our wallet. Eventually, we came up with a wallet that was last year, so we had initially a just the trading interface and then we said, OK, everything in the future will come out of a wallet. So let’s just on that premise. Let’s and let’s put everything into that type of an interface and make it really usable. And that’s where we’re at, and I’m sure someone can add to that.
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Simon Lapscher: Yeah, if I could get anything, it would be that if it’s that natural progression, the reason why today we are. Well, at first as a multi-chain wallet was because we built that trading interface and it was incredibly hard to use because it was basically doing cross-chain atomic swaps, which are double sided escrow transactions. And you needed multiple wallets each on every different blockchain, and it was really hard to use. It required too many steps and it required interfacing with wallets that made it really difficult to to to basically even even reach the first layer.
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Simon Lapscher: The first step of that transaction. And so we basically we already had, like Jesse, mentioned the chain abstraction layer, which is the foundation for how we built multichain applications and we built this wallet really quickly, which ended up being in our minds. Is it today is the best usability for a multi-chain experience?
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Richard Carthon: Which is awesome and everything that y’all are working on the the the initial problems that you identified as one being interoperable, one going from one chain to another, having that be a seamless process. And everyone here who’s been in the space for a while knows how hard that is. I’m especially trying to go from from one wall to another. There’s a lot of steps you have to take, and it sounds like you’ve been able to consolidate consolidate that into one, which I’m excited to learn more about, because that’s just going to make life a lot easier. And even the concept of like one of the challenges that I’m with right now is that I’ll find these really cool projects like on like magic or I’ll find it on on like Solana.
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Richard Carthon: And then it’s like, OK, well, what happens if I want to get liquid? So where do I even go to get off of one chain to another to get back into USDC or USDC or anything? So then go back into whatever exchange. I want to get back into my native dollar, which is USD. And to be able to do that at one place. That sounds incredible. So if that’s what you all are solving, please tell me more.
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Simon Lapscher: Yeah. No, absolutely. That’s exactly what we’re solving for. So inequality aims to be the single place you go to for any crypto activities. And as we as the, you know, as the crypto world eats up the traditional world, we expect that most
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Simon Lapscher: applications will have a crypto component in most applications will flow through a wallet interface because that’s essentially going to be that’s going to provide the most the best user experience. It’s going to be the most convenient. It’s going to be the cheapest because it’s going to be sourcing from many different places and it’s going to provide an automated cross stage experience. So if you’re interacting, if you have your assets in one place and you want to interact with an application that’s on another blockchain, you as a user shouldn’t really have to worry about it.
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Simon Lapscher: If it should be up to the wallet providers and to the infrastructure and the developers to give you as a user the best experience possible. And so that’s where we’re going today. What we have is a a really simple way of going about swapping your assets from one place to another. We do that through a variety of ways. One is are the the most secure way is our, like I said, our cross-chain atomic swaps that we developed. And we also integrate other liquidity sources.
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Simon Lapscher: So we’re aggregating a multi-chain liquidity environment so that basically to you, you’re just saying, I have this and I want this on another chain. And it just happens what is in the background without too much hassle? And I think that, as you know, as we move forward, we’re exploring many different ways of improving that. We have an transaction automation capabilities that allows us to automate transactions across multiple different chains.
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Simon Lapscher: So what that means is that you could start a transaction on Ethereum to swap your assets to Solana and then deposit those assets into into one application all within one click. So what we’re really trying to do here is we’re abstracting complexity from using crypto so that anyone in the world can benefit from all of the incredible things that are being offered in this decentralized fund.
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Richard Carthon: So some that just want to add really quickly is this is.
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Richard Carthon: Spot on with hitting on a major need in the space right now. And it probably speaks to why I believe you started the year. I like three thousand weekly users to fourteen thousand, so you’re growing fast. You just raised $7 million from Coinbase and Galaxy Digital. A lot of exciting things going on just to you. Real quick. I want you to speak to when you building this for five years, right? A lot of people think that, like all of this supposed to just happen overnight, right? These crypto, all these crypto enthusiasts who think like building something that has value like this and all this complexity, it takes time.
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Richard Carthon: But like once it comes to fruition, it is truly magical. Can you kind of just speak to that journey?
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Thessy Mehrain: Yeah, and they haven’t been building equality for five years, I’ve been in the space for a little longer than that and we had a research project initially, so equality really only started in twenty eighteen. But yes, so talking about inequality, liquidity and equality, of course. For me, it’s never fast enough. Having initially started, you know, on this steps like everybody has a right to transact mission and we’re still on that. But yes, we have to also realize that this is this technology is in its infancy, right? So today our our goal is to create accessibility across the globe for everyone.
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Thessy Mehrain: And basically, the mission of financial inclusion is really focused on the usability and the concepts that we’re dealing with even in the crypto space, right? The fact that we have been rolling out a multi account multichain interfaces that is not there yet, right? So so even from a from a somewhat expert user perspective, this is something to to learn. And as we maybe remember from the internet initially, things are like really complicated and even, you know, everything set.
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Thessy Mehrain: Click here, click that. Eventually, that’s all abstracted away. And so our first objection, the the swap and also the the solution across different aggregated
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Thessy Mehrain: with other swap solutions is just one step. But this is like this industry is very much in its infancy. So so right now, the usability that that we saw for brings in a big part of the paper here. But then, you know, when you build out the the the net and the network and the network effects that will hopefully all compound and get much faster.
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Richard Carthon: Absolutely. And if I’m not mistaken, you know, although you’ve been able to drop a lot of amazing things so far, I believe you have some pretty exciting announcements on the way. Do you mind sharing some of those with us?
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Richard Carthon: Sure. Yeah. So we’re always looking for ways to bring in your communities, so that way we think about this is that we are bridging not only the tokens themselves and providing a single wallet for everybody to use their crypto where we think of this as bridging communities so each of the Indian blockchain world and crypto world. Most of these are ones of these layer one chains are usually pretty tribal, and they sure.
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Richard Carthon: And so you have people that
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Richard Carthon: basically are super fans of that particular layer one, and now you’re starting to see that all of those lines are getting blurry. Solutions like ours start coming up where really, you know you as a user, of course, you have to understand the tradeoffs of using one versus the other. But at the same time, really, you’re just, you know, essentially you want to use the different projects that exist on different chains. And so to with that in mind, we are continuing.
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Richard Carthon: In integrating new trains and projects, and we’re really excited that we’re going to be integrating the Terra ecosystem into quality. We’ve been working with the Terra team for quite a while, for a few, for a few months, so we built the community. It’s amazing what they’ve been able to do in the in the past year and a couple of years, and see the growth that Terra has had, especially U.S. and all the surrounding applications. And so, yeah, we’ll be launching Terra functionality inside like quality wallet, which means that you can hold all your Terra assets you can send, receive and most importantly, you can swap the assets.
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Richard Carthon: So we we are building essentially a bridging the Terra into all these different chains. So we already support bitcoin. Etherium are escape. Binance Smart Chain near polling on an arbitral. And what happens now is that because we’re integrating Terra now, all the Terra community has access to all of these different chains. And so it provides not only a layer of usability to the Touadera ecosystem, but also a layer of interoperability with all the other chains.
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Richard Carthon: So we’re super excited. We’re also working. This is the first announcement in the dairy ecosystem. We’re preparing a few more down the line of how we more deeply integrate Terra functionality into the into the application.
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Richard Carthon: Absolutely. Well, thank you for sharing that with us. That is extremely exciting. Just to reiterate how amazing that is. So because you’re bringing in this ecosystem now, they have access to all these other cross functionality chains. So now they immediately have exposure to the Ethereum, Bitcoin, ABC and all these other chains immediately. So the liquidity now that they have is so much greater because the biggest challenge with all these new ecosystems as they’re coming out is because they don’t play nicely, necessarily with these other ecosystems is that they might not be as liquid as you would like them to be on how they are.
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Richard Carthon: And that is incredible. So again, for everyone listening, this is huge news. I do have one quick follow up question. So even with like, I believe they’re like building games like NFTs and everything else, are they able to using this wall to be able to put their entities and have that be stored on this wallet as well?
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Richard Carthon: So the first iteration is going to be focused on on assets first, so the U.S. Luna and being able to use applications like mirror and anchor directly through the wallet via the injection mechanism. And then one of the things that we’ll be doing as the second generation will be integrating an office. And after that, we’ll be integrating things like Astro Court, which is Terra’s Dex native Dex as it goes live and being able to do all of that functionality of depositing in an effort to get really high yield or even doing doing NFT swaps directly within the wallet.
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Richard Carthon: I think you want to that.
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Richard Carthon: Yeah, I wanted to say something a little earlier, but great. Yeah. So basically, as you can tell, by integrating all these different communities, these different chains, inequality, it’s a building infrastructure where trust between people is replaced by protocols of different decentralization, right? So if you look at the atomic swap, it’s the most decentralized and intermediated solution that is probably more the bitcoin mindset. It’s really using crypto, as I was in my mind, intended to trustless, permissionless, censorship resistant.
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Richard Carthon: You don’t have to give any data to to use the application. So this is really like a solution for those type of people. And there’s a whole range of of other integrations that have a different level of decentralization. So that’s super important to understand because not everything needs the same level of decentralization. And so we are like as a technology neutral to it, but we made sure that we offer this range right and user education is super important.
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Richard Carthon: A second point, I want to make sure that before we get to the time and I don’t get to make it, is that the the foundation for this next industrial revolution is being late today and it really takes everyone to join this because it’s super important that the ground rules are put into code today. And so as as I mentioned before, I started working on blockchain and it’s really diversity in blockchain is really about, you know, bringing all the different groups in, particularly once they move towards doors and everything is on with entire companies are run on code, they have to make sure that you build everything from different perspectives and different experiences.
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Richard Carthon: So super important, everybody should join with their domain knowledge and bring that to the table. You don’t have to be a coder, but. You can have tons of other backgrounds and hackathons and things like that are great ways to start being a mentor and being, you know, a participant.
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Richard Carthon: Yeah, I agree. And actually, I want to spend just a little bit more time on that before I do. First of all, the quality, everyone listening, I don’t know if y’all aren’t excited about this, but I am. That sounds amazing. I personally, I’m going to be checking this out ASAP because I have a ton of things that I’ve been trying to get liquid in and so excited to test this out. And for all of the new things coming out, especially like the the terror landscape and all of the amazing projects that are going to be within the pipeline. So thank you for sharing that with our community. But I just want to go back real quick downs.
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Richard Carthon: So decentralized autonomous organizations. Why is this the future? Why do you think more and more companies should be looking to go in this direction?
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Richard Carthon: It’s a it’s a growth strategy, really, it’s it makes things, it solves four problems that we have the regular organizations right now, which is like usually that hierarchy, hierarchy and eventually inefficiency, but also a lack of transparency. Those can be and I mean, this is again something very early in its infancy. It can be a solution to that. But in my mind, it has to be done with like, you know, a lot of diversity in a lot of different opinions.
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Richard Carthon: So people can actually, you know, make sure that we don’t just build the same problems into an automated function, right? So. So what can happen there is that you have two different disciplines thousands of dollars, you know, different groups just to clarify what it even is. It’s a decentralized autonomous organizations, meaning that there isn’t any leader, but there are. There are communities voting, so communities will own the projects and will vote on the project and even the investors today.
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Richard Carthon: Can, you know, like become a partner is really right. Everybody becomes a partner rather than, you know, like somebody defining a direction. And so what’s important to note is that everybody can then take part. So wherever you are, if you are scared, you can contribute and you can get rewarded from the community. So, so it is a it’s a growth strategy because you don’t just like build a company, but you build an ecosystem, right?
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Richard Carthon: And I think the importance of ecosystems and transparency and diversity, just like you said, are all highly important. And everyone having a true voice and being able to vocalize it and have autonomy with decisions that are being made helps truly drive a strong ecosystem and community forward. So I agree everyone who doesn’t really know a lot about it. I think that’s just gave a really good explanation, but definitely do some more research and find ways that you can be involved in some deals that are being created right now. But again, both of you all have shared a lot of amazing information.
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Richard Carthon: As we kind of wrap up, I always like to finish on to really fun questions, the first being with all the information you have right now. And I’ll start with you, Simon, for all the information you have right now, if you can impart two to three pieces of wisdom to yourself when you first got started in this crypto space, what would you tell yourself?
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Richard Carthon: And that’s a good that’s a great question. And I think the first one would be to get deep as fast as possible in terms of understanding what what really is going on at the technology level. It took me a few years to get there and and I know the moment I started understanding how things worked under the hood is when I started getting more, more access to more opportunities, more, you know, getting and getting more into the crypto community as well, and not just not just looking at a price.
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Richard Carthon: And I think the more you understand the technology, the more you realize how impactful this is for for for the world, as a as a as an evolution. And so that would that would be the first and then the second is, you know, I used to worry about cycles a lot and and the crypto cycles. And I think I’ve been through so many of them at this point that I think about them as just things that the past and that the the super high hopes are equally as nerve wracking as the super low lows.
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Richard Carthon: And so, you know, it’s a matter of being consistent and saying through and seeing resilience. And I think that that would be my two cents.
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Richard Carthon: Yeah, I think those are two great ones. What about you, Tessa?
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Richard Carthon: Well, Tessa know we have been working for a while together, so I mean,
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Richard Carthon: I really have to echo what he says. That’s exactly what I’m thinking. Never forget why you’re there. Like, what’s your driver? Always connect back to your heart and why you’re there. Don’t get distracted by money. Keep an eye on the the problem you want to solve and keep solving it also. So bring the people and bring the beneficiaries and bring the groups and that you are interested in solving for and make sure that part of your solution because they are the ones they know and that they’re on to keep their motivated.
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Richard Carthon: So it’s kind of like this does does the loop you’re creating. And it’s great and it’s super important. It’s not a luxury. It’s now the must be have to be there and you have to build this and you have to make sure it’s good. Yeah.
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Richard Carthon: And it sounds like I’m doing just that.
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Richard Carthon: Yeah, I like that one more. Just because I I really like our team and and I think that one of the most important things is building with people that you care about and that they are pushing you every day. And so we’re we’re getting to that point in quality where, yeah, where we’ve brought in so many good people that their ideas are flowing on their own. And that’s always amazing to see.
00:28:20:08 – 00:28:33:03
Richard Carthon: And there there are people from very different backgrounds like this is saying, I think we’ve done a really good job of bringing that together. And so you surround yourself with the people.
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Richard Carthon: Great. Um, amazing thoughts. Everyone go back and re listen to all of that and figure out how you can start incorporating that into whatever you’re starting to build or whatever you’re beginning to get into because they are all nuggets that can help drive you and get you there a lot faster. But as we wrap up here, it’s in the past you first. What is the final thought that you want to leave with all the listeners here today?
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Richard Carthon: Joining. So pardon me there. Get involved. Get excited. It’s the future. You got to define it.
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Richard Carthon: Awesome. Rabbi, you similar.
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Richard Carthon: Yeah, it’s very, very similar to what is going to get hands on. There’s there’s not a great, you know, looking at coins and training coins is bliss. But the more important work is happening in the discourse of the communities. It’s happening, you know, in the in the dollars, in the Commons, in the conversations. And so, yeah, it’s still a step in. Don’t be afraid. There is a space for everyone. Everyone started at some level without any knowledge, and it’s all about how curious you are.
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Richard Carthon: And so we come into to our community discord, say hi and will welcome you with open arms.
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Richard Carthon: So two great takeaways make sure you join. Make sure you get active and act. You find something that makes sense to you. Go ahead and start making some movement on it. It’s never too late, and it’s time to just get in. It’s great time to be in the crypto space, and there’s a lot, a lot, a lot of opportunity out here. So what are ways that if someone was listening this and are super excited like myself and wants to learn more about this, how can they learn more about you and download this amazing wallet?
00:30:23:29 – 00:31:00:16
Richard Carthon: Yeah, you can go to the quality diet to check out our what we’re all about. We you can download a wallet from there. There’s there’s a direct link. Right now, it’s safe from store extent, so a chrome extension to interact with applications. Soon, we will also be releasing a mobile application on Android and iOS. And the best way to to join is, again, giant joining our discord. That’s where the conversation is happening. If you have any, if you try on their wallet and you have any feedback, we have a feedback channel if you have any ideas on how to make it better.
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Richard Carthon: You know, this is a project that we’re all building together, so. So come on in and help us build. And follow us on Twitter. The quality.
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Richard Carthon: Excellent. And as we kind of wrap up here, you know, I really appreciate both of you joining us. I feel like the backgrounds and the concepts of why low-quality makes a ton of sense is just going to resonate with a lot of people. I think we all are doing is really special. So again, thank you for spending some time with us and of course, for everyone listening. Stay cryptocurrency. Hey, cryptocurrency crew, we want to give a quick shout out to all of our faithful listeners out there. It’s been an amazing journey and we really appreciate your support throughout the years as we’ve been growing as a community.
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