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You can even trade or sell your own profile. Exactly, because the profile is yours. Yeah, and to NFT. So of course, yeah. Yeah, it's an NFT. So it's in your wallet. If you want to go sell it, go sell it, it does belong to you. And I think that's just such an important question. So you could even have like NFT dot com slash whatever, like keto recipes. And just like load that thing up, turn it into like a great hub for keto recipes. Utility to it. Wow, that's pretty cool. Exactly. So the way you start all of this, the start of the user journeys, these genesis keys. Now, if you have too many initial users, it doesn't really incentivize community building. It doesn't incentivize participation. There's too many people, you're not going to show up to vote. You're not going to show up to help out. And if it's too small, also, it won't have the right impact. So 10,000 is somewhat symbolic and we did want to pay homage to these amazing NFT projects that have come for us. But admittedly, it's the right number of people to really form a community to submit proposals. You can actually shape NFT dot com with the genesis key. You can submit a proposal and say, hey, I think we should, I think we should add these features to the platform. Hey, I think we should integrate this blockchain. I really like it. Hey, we should, you know, we should we should do an in person event where a genesis key is needed to come to the event. All of that is really going to be community led community governed. And I think that's the future of Internet platforms. In general, right? What if we as Facebook users had somewhat of a voice? You know, Facebook makes like $15 per user per quarter, $60 per user per year, but we don't see that back. Do you get $60 in value and talk in your old high school friends? I don't know. Maybe some people like yourself who have been who have built a business on it. But largely for a lot of these platforms, we've been disenfranchised. We, the creators, we people adding value to these ecosystems. So the other thing of note really just when it comes to NFT dot com is our model is quite different. Andrew and I are not taking a fee in the marketplace that fee really belongs to our Dao. It belongs to the community and the community can direct even the proceeds of that to reinvest it in the ecosystem to say, hey, we should do artist grants for people who are looking to do NFT creations. We should do grants for students to educate them about NFTs and how they can be used. And I think that's what excites me the most is it's somewhat of an experiment, but I'm very confident that user experience of using a web three platform is going to be far greater long term to that of using a centralized platform like a Facebook. So if people did want to get one of these genesis keys, what do they do? Yeah, great, great, great question. You go to NFT dot com right now, a shameless plug. A whitelist NFT dot com or just go to NFT dot com. You can't screw it up. It's NFT dot com. And you just.

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