Well, you've in the blog post, you wrote about that webinar, you did with Michael, you did write specifically the you compared internet versus Bitcoin and you've seen and studied exponential Technologies for your entire professional career. And it looks like Bitcoins fashion. Anything else in terms of adoption it is and there's so much Social pressure for that. So much human Justice pressure for that and so much convenience pressure for that. That you know, as and it's interesting, right? Because more than ever, you know, Bitcoin really got a lot of its initial launch out of the 2008 crisis and crisis, tend to cause Industries, to shift and you Industries to come out of out of no place. And so 2008 was a critical time. You saw who burned are. Be at, really, the early days of cryptocurrency being being born there and then the covid crisis, which led to massive, you know, inflationary pressures as capital flowed into the global economy is accelerating this. And so, I think Bitcoin is more necessary than ever before. And it's the means by which, I mean think about it. I like to say that. That the poorest countries in the world, are the sunniest countries in the world. And therefore, they'll going to happen, you know, a massive amount of solar energy available to them. I also think the poorest countries in the world are the ones that need Bitcoin, the most, to allow for a farmer who earns a living to maintain the well that they're created as their currencies are massively devalued and to allow them to become part of the global economy, you know, as Ilan said, you know, it You can look at Bitcoin as as trading information and knowledge and work across a fair platform. Yeah, absolutely Ilan. Has spoken a lot about money as basically just information transference, right?
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