Reply To: Althea iFi hackathon winners

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    DrRon Suarez

    Organizer
    October 9, 2023 at 5:29 pm

    Transcript

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    okay perfect well I welcome everyone to that um I5 hackathon closing ceremony we

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    wrapped up the hackathon on 15 September has been a great um building session building um

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    um ever since and um great Builders have been submitted to the hackathon but we are very excited to kick off the closing

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    ceremony with Deborah and Justin from the Althea team um a huge shout out to the Dora has

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    Community um to submit great builds um everyone who participated in the hackathon I’m

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    sure must have put the heart and sweat to submitting the bills um Justin and they were going to do the

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    honors and we’re going to see the prize pool of 30k being disbursed so very

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    excited to see the finalist and the presentation what they’ve built um Justin and Deb

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    um the stage is yours guys thank you so much and thank you very

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    much for the Dora Hawks team for hosting and for the platform it was exciting to see this come to life from envisioning

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    um the the impact that our technology and the LPS technology um allows

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    um and to see it being presented and built upon in different new ways with the variety of creative

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    um uh hackers has been really exciting and really just kind of almost like a dream come true to me like this this has

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    been a vision of radical system redesign for um now we’ve been uh working on all

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    theater for over five years and to see other people get excited and use these

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    tools to make real world impact is um it’s amazing so Justin um Althea co-founder and mock networks

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    CTO if you want to share a little bit about your perspective on this and um

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    then well then I’ll be uh kicking off and announcing the the winners yeah so uh can you hear me okay

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    cool so uh IFI or infrastructure Finance is something that we created for Althea

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    and we want to and we wanted to use this hackathon to sort of open it up to everybody else because fundamentally our

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    philosophy when designing and Building Things is what do real use what do users

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    need what delivers value to them and this is this is where uh infrastructure

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    Finance provides a completely different Philosophy for uh blockchain real world

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    assets by virtue of bringing the activity on chain from the bottom up and

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    providing uh transparency providing automated uh sorry providing automated

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    management tools and really saying okay we want to run a sizable internet

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    service or like one of our uh or like one of the entrants a a electric vehicle

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    car charging system and really manage it on chain as opposed to having it sort of

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    be artificially wrapped and brought on chain later uh because if the argument

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    is that on-chain activity is more efficient then rwa should be built from

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    the ground up not the top down and this is where IFI really comes in and what it

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    helps enable not just for althea’s bandwidth micropayments platform but for all of these uh but for all of these

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    other tooling and applications that can use similar foundations

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    so I think I’ll go ahead and hand it off to Deborah for the exciting part here where we get to announce our winners

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    exactly I am so excited to announce this um and thank you a big thank you to

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    everyone who did participate um we know that some folks kind of ran out of time and you know there wasn’t completed projects but everyone who came

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    and was a part of the Althea Community we um we would love to continue to work together with you there was a lot of

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    exciting um you know starts to projects that maybe need to be finished later as well so please feel free to reach out thank

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    you again for being part of it um uh the grand prize winner uh of the

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    Althea infrastructure Finance hackathon is Elektra um which is a very exciting EV charging

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    made hassle-free via M2M machine to machine payments um and for me personally this is an

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    exciting application there’s such a intersection between sustainable energy she charging

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    um you know our our team at Hawk networks has done some work before with companies manufacturing electric

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    vehicles so um this has really been uh something that I think is has been on the you know

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    uh oh for the Forefront of uh what we’ve been thinking of for a while

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    um and uh so uh congratulations to the Elektra team and after we announced

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    their other winners we’ll be excited to see um presentation from everyone as well a little bit of a demo too and so and then

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    our our other winners today are the standard station team with Althea IO

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    which is a um or excuse me a via app which is a front send for the Alfia

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    blockchain um and sort of dynamic interface to be able to use it um which is amazing

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    we also have Althea ads which is a very yes um of the ads which is a interesting use

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    case for um the uh theophia blockchain and a finally netspan

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    um which is a decentralized plmn ID registry um so this one gets a little bit into

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    the technical space I’m excited to see this in in real life as well

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    um so uh this basically allows for the radios broadcasting their ID to

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    authenticate on a in a decentralized way um and so there’s a lot of interesting

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    use cases applications around that as well and it’s a and um I think it

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    highlights that these are solutions for real problems in the in the

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    infrastructure utility Telecom energy space um so congratulations again to everyone

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    thank you um and with that I will turn it over to the

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    lecture team to share a little bit about what they’ve been doing yeah thank you so much Deborah all right

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    David would share his screen while I do a little presentation yeah

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    my Audible yeah cool

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    is the screen visible yeah yeah let’s get started all right so hey guys we are team

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    Electro and my name is Danny and uh we hacked this platform over the course of a week and uh initially we we came up

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    with the idea of reading a couple of technical papers online but we don’t really have um validation in terms of

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    whether or not this would um qualify for a TCR based application and I was on Twitter ran very randomly

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    and I was I came across one of the tweets that Deborah had posted and there was a tweet of this guy who was making a

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    cash payment at an EV charging point right and so as soon as I saw that I was like okay we have instant validation

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    from the CEO herself so let’s just do this and so we build Azure which is basically a decentralized um platform

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    through which EV charging points people who own EV charging points and people who have electric vehicles can um use

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    each other’s um devices and these devices can automatically make payments between uh

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    themselves using the blockchain so that’s basically what I’ve tried is

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    and uh this is essentially what I got off of Twitter so here’s a guy who’s basically making a payment using cash

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    um or he would probably have to use some sort of affinity payment Gateway which is extremely cumbersome because we literally have been 2023 and there are

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    better ways of doing this and so that’s what address is aiming to simplify uh

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    yeah uh so what can you do with that extra so let’s uh let’s say you own a bunch of different EV electric vehicles you can

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    register any number of them onto the platform um if you have electric vehicles you most likely have an electric charging

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    point at home right so you can register those charging points as well onto the platform you can automate payments every

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    time you drive your car on to up to somebody else’s EV charging point and charge your car that payment for using

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    their EV charging Point gets automated through the LTA blockchain via Electro uh you can also run crypto so every time

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    somebody else uses your EV charging Point uh you on crypto throw it um people that are on the electro

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    Network would collectively form a dell and every time a person wants to add their EB charging point to this network

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    uh people on the dial would have to approve it so that way everybody on the Dow earns a certain amount of money for

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    participating in this approval process um on the offhand at any of these EV charging points uh is that it gets

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    disabled or malfunctions or isn’t working properly uh people can raise this on the dial as well so that way

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    when any of any of these charging points are faulty or broken they can get removed from the network thereby the the

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    overall Integrity of the network is maintained so those are some of the things that you can do with extra um we would also like to show you what

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    this looks like on the on the platform itself um so the first thing you would see is a home page

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    um you have to connect to your wallet and as soon as you connect your wallet one of the first things you see on your

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    dashboard is a map this would detect your live location wherever you are in the world and this will show you a bunch

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    of different EB charging points near near you so we live in India in a Seaside city called Chennai and uh you

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    can see the little green markers on the map so anytime you click on any of these green markers you would look you could look up details about

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    um what exactly the location is what type of uh what the wattage of that charger is and how you can drive to it

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    so if you hit locate on Google Maps let’s say you’re in your car and you’re viewing this rear browser this would open up the native Maps application on

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    your iPhone or your Android phone so you can drive up to that charging Point uh in a matter of seconds

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    um so that’s what the home page does let’s say you’re on an electric vehicle the very first thing that you would do

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    is you would have to register your vehicle onto the platform um okay I think you’re on the registered charger okay yeah well okay let’s say

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    you you have a you have a charging point that you want to register the first thing that you would do is uh go into the register Charter page uh fill in uh

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    fill in your name your first name last name charging fee that you’d like to collect um you type in your location

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    um the charging the charger capacity uh latitude and longitude is autofilled so once you click on register it would

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    automatically um trigger your wallet which uh would make you make a gas payment so once that

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    is done this uh gets turned into a proposal and this shows up on the governance page of the Dow so we’re just

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    gonna wait for a couple of seconds until that finishes up once that is done you should be able to see that on the governance page

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    yeah so that that’s done so if you go into the governance page you would see it all the way if you scroll all the way to the bottom you would see that new

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    proposal has been created so if you click on that proposal you can look at all the people that have voted for it

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    all the people that have voted against him and you as your user yourself you can vote for or against or you could abstain so you can

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    so you can look at all of the different details about that station below it as well so I’m going to work for it so that

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    sort of gets added to the network and this would again trigger your wallet and you’d have to go through a payment uh but let’s let’s say that is done ideally

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    what happens is when you go to the dashboard and you look at the list of charging points near you this should show up on as one of the one of the

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    markers so that’s that that’s about registering your charging Point let’s say you have multiple vehicles

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    um you would want to go on to register your the registered vehicle page and then fill in basic details about your

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    vehicle so that’s just going to ask you for a nickname for your car you make model

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    ideal charging wattage so the algorithms can match you with the best charging point near you and the VIN number the VIN number is how we identify your car

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    individually and uh we also are able to make machine emission payments using this so once that is done

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    um the last thing that you would have to do is you would have to make sure that your your Electro wallet is always topped up with uh tokens so that way

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    when you when you drive to somebody else’s charging point and you and you charge your car um the payment is

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    automatically deducted from your wallet so that’s what the topping up part of the platform does so that’s essentially

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    what Electra does end to end it helps you find the nearest charging points it helps you take a place in governance and

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    it helps you earn money as you do any one of these things uh in terms of the revenue model itself there’s three main

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    sources through which Electro and its users can make money so one people on the door would be trading using the

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    extra coin which we’ve also deployed on on the LTA blockchain uh this would in turn give you liquidity so you could

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    shade this on exchange you want to the platform also would add the Electoral platform itself would collect a platform

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    fee every time a successful charge has been made uh people that are on the Dow every time they raise a proposal to add

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    an EV charging station or every time they figure out a finicky charging station

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    um that proposal uh would help them earn money based off of whether or not they

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    voted for or against it so there’s application and Challenger fees as well so those are three main models through which people can make money off of their

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    lecture we are a team of two Engineers I’m Dani and this is my partner Fabian uh I do most of the product design and

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    for stack engineering so even takes care of most of the blockchain as well as the full stack engineering so we’re a small team of just two Engineers uh and yeah

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    we’re Team electrons thank you so much for listening to us thank you

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    thank you so much that was so incredible I was so excited to see you know that come to life in such a real way and

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    um I wanted to quickly highlight that the um that what you saw in the demonstration is that the the evm so

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    using metamaster route it’s very common um easy to use for the user I really appreciated

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    um the UI I also appreciated some of the TCR like components um as a early OG fan of tcrs it’s kind

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    of cool to see that kind of used in in that way um and uh and and I think this will

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    really democratize allowing everyone to be part of a you know EV charging Network and you know utilize the I can

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    think about issues where maybe the Tesla power charging Network goes down for some reason or there’s a power

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    disruption and maybe people have batteries and I also really liked that you were matching the vehicle and

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    finding the best um EV charging for that vehicle so I like that functionality as well

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    um Justin did you have any comments or questions for the team no I just wanted to say a great job and

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    this is a this is a really great project thank you so much Justin thank you Deborah thank you

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    yeah um a big fan super excited about it I really need to see uh and I’m going to

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    turn this over now to Joseph uh shalabi who um worked on the Althea app uh and if

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    you could give us a quick demonstration um I love the I’ve had a little bit of a preview of this and I love the coloring

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    on it um so excited to hear from from you as well

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    awesome cool so a little brief background my

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    name is Joseph I’m from uh Chandra station we’re a validator in the cosmos ecosystem and also a development house

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    and we fill all Thea app it’s the working name I think I’ll say i o kind of flows off

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    the tongue a little bit better uh it’s a fork of kanto’s web application stylized to look more like Althea with some

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    custom implementations in there so we uh did the bridging section and it’s all functional and works on all Thea uh with

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    bridging and staking um you can choose your validators delegate in any amount of tokens to them

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    and sign the transaction via metamask and that functionality works for staking

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    uh governance bridging and then this new feature that we built called the

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    multi-stake where you can select multiple validators that have been filtered through a system

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    where we rank them based off of the amount of blocks they’ve missed how many tokens they have delegated to them if

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    they’ve ever been slashed before and you can select the validators off the list that you want to delegate to or select

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    them all and then any amount you input will be evenly split amongst amongst them

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    as best as we can some amounts there are small amounts of tokens that just get

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    attached to the first or last and then you can also manage your own

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    delegation to all the validator nodes through here as well

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    and as I said there’s also functionality for governance there hasn’t been very many Althea test net votes but

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    yeah that’s kind of it’s pretty simple

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    that’s awesome thank you so much for presenting that I’m really excited about the

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    um the decentralized like promoting just

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    did we lose Deb I don’t hear her I think just for a second but yeah we’re

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    really decentralized we’re really excited about promoting decentralized Ginger faces and a community of

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    interface providers rather than a single canonical uh interface that everybody

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    has to use that isn’t really representative of a distributed system and it’s

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    um I think a really tragic flaw in Eco in in ecosystems uh less vibrant than ethereum

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    well I think now we’re going to move on to Alfia ads

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    um now I am told that they are having some issues with their uh presentation

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    set up so I’m just going to go ahead and share a video on their behalf

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    I’m just not sure if I can push through the audio as well but if y’all will bear

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    with me here for just a second I can give that a try um let’s see

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    next and then I love that good morning you’re welcome

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    to the demo presentation of is the audio coming through for that or I I don’t

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    think it is is it yeah yeah just to make it here I’m sorry uh I didn’t quite hear

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    you yeah we can hear that oh excellent oh let’s go ahead and do that

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    I love that good morning you’re welcome to the demo presentation of my project

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    artists in the India’s you’re welcome so what is ETS is uh yeah

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    an Innovative solution to bring about a advertising services and

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    understanding services to put business owners and also providing a world for

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    webmasters bloggers and content creators so air from their websites so this is what it looks like so here we are

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    focusing on just artists products we are going to be advertising artist so product via

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    nftbs as so this technology is powered by an evmbs backend it was built with a

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    react uh JavaScript solidity and then CSS as

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    well as HTML centers and then also pinata was used for the whole storage of

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    the nfts and then this one side looks like

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    so it’s very easy to use interface there’s the logo and the other so what happens is that the site owner has to

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    come here let me switch over to the oh one of the contracts

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    this with the Quadra tuna so you have to first log in and then you come to add

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    nfts we will do have an empty let me see

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    has to then you come over here you solidify which you want to add um reality this file

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    so you solidify your head into the system and then after click modify it’s

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    lost a pinata CID

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    variables then you confirm details I went for a comma information message

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    much so confirmation you get a message that says

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    confirms transaction and then also this alerts that shows up as saying that nft has been added so this is what it takes

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    this is how it is uh I don’t know NF is goes on and then

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    let’s let me try to connect as a user wants to enter the system let me use

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    this account to login so all I have to do this is one of the contracts so I have to refresh to

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    change to the new account so this is it so this interface

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    if I want to start displaying ads in my website all I have to do is to come here and click

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    to get the random ads from the system so you choose one of the ads that has been posted that has

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    added to onchin about this to copy this and then come over I’m going to visit

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    this society as a case study.com and come to my website and then embed the

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    script plug into it and then save then come back to my site

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    and as you can see it doesn’t

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    it has good this is what the ads is looking like so I think I clicked

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    on the wrong file that’s why you’re getting that image so what happens here is that as users are as visitors

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    interactivity AdWords Impressions will be counting for every 1000 impression and gets one elt

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    token and then from for every 100 clicks on the heart I get and alert

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    so with time this will be treated off in the exchanges

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    for our favorite stable coins so this is my solution for this um

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    project thank you very much for listening thank you

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    [Music] I am back uh it looks like Emery would like to say

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    a few words do you want to jump in here

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    okay are you there

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    unfortunately we um today so um but uh

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    but if we uh we want to get in touch with you I believe you are in Discord so if if

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    um you know if you’d like to say a few words there um maybe to the audience that we have um most of our Althea Community is there

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    I’d love for you to say a few words uh maybe there um and thank you very much for providing the presentation that we were able to

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    see today I’m I’m very excited about it it adds um and as an ability to capture

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    value in new ways and I think for many of these utility and platform applications you know we’re really many

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    of the Enterprises are looking for uh interesting ways to capture value or to share their message and

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    um I really appreciate the creativity that this this brought in I think it um it really brings to life some deep

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    ways to capture value so thank you so much for that and um I’m excited about the the final

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    um uh winner which is the netspan application I just actually was at

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    Mobile World Congress talking to a lot of different mnos looking at private networking and their PLM IDs is

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    definitely something that is a a real uh crunch Point as private Network scale so

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    I’m excited to hear more about this take it away

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    uh Veronia I believe you’re up Ronnie I’m not sure if I’m pronouncing that right I apologize

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    uh hey all sorry I wasn’t able to hear the audio so I think there’s some

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    fall from my side by string

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    so I have your um are you alive let us uh yeah perfect thanks

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    hi all so we have project next fan and open standard for public land mobile

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    networks um so what is uh PLM Public Live mobile

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    network so this is a code which is uh inscribed or coded in your sim uh so

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    that uh your network or your sim could identify your home network and connect to it so what is the problem with this so

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    while allotting this plmn that is um no standard body or a decentralized

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    system to allow Traders only a centralized system so we have brought up a p element TCR which overthrows this

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    centralized system and to bring a transparent and uh curated governance

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    so this is so let’s move on with the Devil

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    so first you have to connect with the wallet

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    so this shows the uh this is a dashboard which shows the voting power so this

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    voting power is the influence you process over your opinions or your vote

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    so if you want to transfer those power to someone else you could jelly cut it

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    here so in Parliament registry uh we could see the list of P elements that

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    have been submitted before uh so this is a particular Network called XYZ

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    Communications that has been submitted and if you want to submit a premium payment you could register it so this

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    will be created as a new proposal let’s say I give a network name

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    and a description

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    and with the MCC and MNC code so these are the important factors which make up

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    and pay 11 so the NCC stands for mobile country code MNC is mobile network code

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    so these two codes is what it makes it unique

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    and when you register it it asks to for your

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    sign and you have to transact the Cassidy

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    so we could set insert the pending yeah

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    so just let’s wait for a few seconds

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    it’s confirmed so when we move to our governance

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    we could see our list of proposals yeah see so this is a proposal which we

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    have submitted for our voice the previously submitted proposals will

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    also be displayed here and we could see this is the

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    proposition has been executed that means it needs a particular amount a threshold

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    of Voters who have to support fire for it only then this will be accepted and

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    we enter into the registry so we could see there’s one person awarded it and this is based on upon your voting power

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    the time of The Proposal creation so

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    it takes some time to be activated once it’s activated you have options to vote for it and once you’re voted you could

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    see the person who have voted for against the next thing the three options which you could do so if you want a

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    support you could do four or against an abstain is if you neither want to do both

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    and take some time to become active let’s see yeah exact remote

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    and for now I’m voting for I’m supporting it so this also has some tokens so this is

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    done only if you have some NetSpend tokens then you could also get it using the faucet which I will show you

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    so we take some time yeah

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    so once you’re open you could see that uh your proposal or your opinion on it so

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    we could see you have quoted for it so once it has been ordered by all the

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    voters and it has been success it has been accepted by all uh then you could

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    execute it and move on execution this will be added to the history and that’s

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    all about let’s span thank you for your time

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    awesome thank you so much I’m really excited about that as well um it’s a it it’s an interesting problem as we start

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    to democratize you know cellular networks and more people can broadcast radios and how do you create unique

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    identifiers and um it’s interesting to see kind of this like list based registry things come

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    back um so thank you very much for for putting in the work on that and and building that I can definitely see that

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    being an applicable application that is um that is utilized in the near future

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    I don’t know Justin if you have any other final thoughts on on that project as well but um definitely excited to see that come

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    to life yeah this is one of the Practical applications for an open database to

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    solve a problem where uh the coordination work just hasn’t been done

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    um and worldwide uh there is no currently available database for this

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    essential cellular information um and it seems like an attempt to keep

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    the closed system closed just for the sake of it because yeah anyways I could

    32:20

    rant about this this for a while and it’s something really and it’s really positive to see

    32:25

    um a solution being made available and pioneered by um you know ostensibly this isn’t a

    32:32

    problem we should be solving you know the mobile so you know the cellular industry is huge they should they should

    32:37

    have a ready solution available to this very simple problem uh but it’s really impressive to see it come out of a

    32:43

    community project like this yeah 100 I I uh it’s almost kind of

    32:49

    interesting right that you know I’ve sort of shopped around this idea or like presented this as a problem in the space

    32:54

    and and everyone sort of goes oh you’re right that is going to be a problem that

    33:00

    is a problem um but you know when you um when you’re thinking the current

    33:05

    systemic mindset the systems that we live under sort of in um impress our way of thinking about

    33:11

    things so it really is the sort of radical system redesign that solves the

    33:18

    problem um and allows us to think in new and creative ways and I think this hackathon

    33:24

    has really um emphasized that that is um that those

    33:29

    kind of design thinking principles is how we affect not only changes in you know infrastructure and utility but it

    33:36

    actually changes our way of thinking to be more open and democratizing and allowing for permissionless Access and

    33:42

    this is really how we make social and real world change um so exciting it exciting to see thank

    33:48

    you everyone for being a part of that um Justin or I noticed that we also had Christian on as well too

    33:54

    um if Christian would like to say a few words you’re welcome to or Justin you can um you know can close us out

    34:08

    I do just want to say real quick um I’m very impressed by all of the submissions and I thought these were some really

    34:15

    incredible ideas as to how to make real products like real services that um rely

    34:22

    on blockchain it’s very inspiring to see

    34:27

    uh Christian is a lead blockchain developer at Hawk networks that supports Althea and gravity chain and um as uh

    34:34

    it’s done a lot of great work also hoping that you know with the infrastructure the hackathon if you

    34:39

    haven’t seen it yet Christian’s done a great uh sort of presentation on using althea.js

    34:45

    um and you know utilizing that front-end interface um so if you are watching this video and

    34:50

    are inspired also to create new things uh check out our YouTube channel there’s some great tutorials um also Dish

    34:57

    Networks joined us earlier this year to um share some of their open source tooling so I invite you to to check out

    35:04

    our YouTube there’s some great tutorials that’ll get you started on this pathway as well um thanks for uh thanks for sharing

    35:11

    Christian uh Justin no I don’t think I really have anything

    35:17

    else to follow that up with and it’s uh you know I just want to thank everybody for participating yeah I mean final

    35:23

    words for me is again this is um walking this sort of come to fruition is really a vision that I think all of

    35:31

    us at Althea were had in our hearts and and Minds years ago of seeing more

    35:37

    democratized Open Access permissionless systems disrupt the clothes and siled

    35:43

    brittle systems and utilities and infrastructure of the past and um it’s not a journey that we go on solo

    35:50

    it’s with all of us and with our community and um to see the participation and the the the

    35:59

    hope and optimism for um for a radically redesigned and open uh utility and

    36:06

    infrastructure system is amazing I really appreciate all y’all and um please continue to join us we’re in

    36:13

    Discord uh we have uh of course the Twitter uh and we’re also on um LinkedIn

    36:19

    and pre-active there as well too so please feel free to reach out we want to encourage and help anyone who is

    36:24

    building on the lto platform or building um a new and an open system

    36:30

    thank you so much everyone uh and then I don’t know if you have any final words from the Dora Hawks team but uh thank

    36:36

    you everyone from hawknetworks and the Althea team

    36:42

    yeah thanks a lot Dave thanks everyone

    36:47

    all right thank you thank you thank you

    36:53

    thank you

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