"A very short like two page document about the opportunity we call it the opportunity bit is about the business. We say, we're. Taking expressions of interest by this date, if you express interest, then we'll open up the rest of our docs to you like a daughter room in L financials etcetera. And then you know, we're hoping to close by this date. So we kind of try and impose deadlines on that process. So we we went through this process with kind of the forty people. We'd we'd spoken to about fourteen of them affording. Fifteen of them said, yeah. Wearing just in, you know, we're expressing interest to go to the next round not that they're investing just I wanna say more of those kind of fifteen fourteen ended up investing. So it was we realized after the fact that it was a really good way to run up because the expression of interest PayPal, it meant you went missing your time bicycle by continuing to have conversations with people who wouldn't to invest one of the big issues with scaling any up is the amount of equity you need to give up to have the resources you need to grow. If you go to a big VC firm, they aren't going to just a handover check for free the want some equity and the younger your company's the more equity. They'll be looking for. And your rising from the start. Did you then have to give up a heat amount of equity to bring in funding lip pretty comfortable? Now. I mean, we, you know, you'd never completely comfortable with how much you given up. Not that you're not comfortable, but I guess you you realize trying to avoid giving up anymore. I think it wasn't a huge amount. I guess it's just about traction. So I think rising on an idea is really hot. And that's where you kind of giving up huge chunks of equity. We went rising on a deal. We had some traction and not only that we could prove that we'd put money into the business. So I think there's a little bit of kind of reaching into your own pocket validates, but it also means that investors contact the peace because you've actually already you've already put money in. So I think for us one we were really lucky I guess we didn't go mad with valuations. And so we didn't have that quibble on the valuations that you can sometimes get which means that you know, you can have these real swings in your equity stake. When you play a volume game, you speak to so many people. That you quickly kind of are able to train you light with rot spot is in terms of equity, and like, I guess supply demont it's like where where is the market actual valuation of this business? So that's good. But the big thing with rising is learning to hear. No because you know, you're you're optimistic. That's why started the business you believe in what you're doing. And you just think one will come session, you'll get people out of the line.."