I do hope that you're all having a great day and that you are all doing well to start things off grayscale a Bitcoin trust has become the first digital assets vehicle who will begin reporting to the SEC standards. Grayscales bitcoin trust is now reporting to the US Securities and Exchange Commission, putting it one step closer to public trading. Grayscales bitcoin trust manages investment of bitcoin on behalf of its investors, exposing them to the coins potential for gains while mitigating risks, the 21st of January announcement advertises the trust as the first of its kind to report to the SEC. Grayscales full form 10 is available here. Subsequent to this registration, the trust will need to file quarterly and annual reports with the SEC, which will then become publicly available edible available in the response to an inquiry. From coin Telegraph, grayscale declined to specify just when it will file the first of these reports, but said the firm will do so in accordance with SEC regulations, while they form 10 filing is not enough for a company to begin trading publicly on exchanges, it is a Step in that direction and opens the trust up to more investors and were previously available without registration in the announcement. The firm makes particular mention of accredited investors, controversial, designation, owning or purchasing the shares from the trust. Private placement gives them the advantage of quickly quicker liquidity with a reduced holding period of six months. So for those of you who do not know what greyscale is I'm pretty sure we spoke about them a day and a half ago as well.
Grayscale is typically in the news not as much as some of the other custody cryptocurrency solutions that we have out there greyscale currently at least in 2018, held over 1 of all Bitcoin in the world. I think they now hold 2 of all the Bitcoin in the world which is insane to even think about, because if there were 50 other companies 49 of the companies doing that that'd be all the Bitcoin that would ever exist that currently exists on this planet. The interesting part is that they're trying to make sure that other people can now start to be invested with them as well. I assume that greyscale as we go forward will become a major company there. The fact that they're, even I don't, use the word in cahoots with the SEC, but the fact that they're working very closely with the SEC tells me that this has been working. That they've been working on this for quite a bit of time and I think the next step for them is custody or trying to hold everyone's or as many people as possible. Even retail, everyday normal people. Investors, coins as well, and I assume, by the end of this decade I know that's pretty far away but I'm expecting them to hold anywhere from 7 өсөн 15 percent of all the Bitcoin that's actually out there, and I once I mean I'll put it to you. This way, I once had high hopes that people would be able to hold their own Bitcoin or crypto currencies.
I do know that it is quite difficult and a lot of people do trust companies even more than themselves. However, this is just how things are going to go, and this is why we're seeing such a huge amount of interest in this space from mega companies who are willing to hold your coins, I assume at a cost, and this is why they are registering with the Sec to be able to do the same for everyday average, joe's yeah that's, the grayscale news, let's move on next up square crypto. The crypto division of a mobile payment firm Square is unveiling its much anticipated plan to boost Bitcoin adoption, the CEO of square and Twitter. His name is Jack, Dorsey says square crypto is building a lightning development kit on LDK. The product is designed to give developers an easy way to integrate the scaling solution. Lightning, with existing and new it coin. Wallets lightning is a layer, two solution designed to work on top of the Bitcoin network, to make payments significantly faster and much cheaper for those of you who have never sent or seen a lightning payment typically right now, if your depends on the day, if you're trying To send a Bitcoin payment, it actually may come around too seven hundred eight hundred nine hundred thousand Satoshi's give or take that's. Like a rough estimate, it usually comes down to anywhere from one to seven US dollars, that's around that figure with the Lightning Network, as opposed to paying nine hundred thousand Satoshi's for a a payment to go through lightning only costs around one Satoshi like actually one, not A not a fake one like actually one Satoshi square crypto is proud of to a feature and API demo app demo, apps language, bindings and other functionalities that can facilitate the integration of lightning here's.
The actual tweet right here square crypto says it. Is it considered a number of ways to supercharge Bitcoin adoption and consulted with dozens of developers before deciding to create the l d k? They said what we heard was a desire for flexibility with integrating lightning wallets and applications require a different key store and backup mechanism, security approaches, UX, trade offs and more. This means the solution is building for more wallets, not fewer, although it is, although it believes lightning, is crucial for bitcoins long term success. The company says the technology is incomplete in its current incarnation and I'm glad that they've also said that out loud as well. Lightning Network: we assume that when we got Lightning Network at the beginning of 2018, which many people usually assume that it was going to be the end, all that that was all that we needed for Bitcoin to be able to have super fast mega. Awesome. Super cool low cost transactions and it lies on the adoption rate as well and we've, seen an uptick in the amount of lightning nodes and people who are using the Lightning network but it's. Nowhere near as much as we need because lightning network nodes have to be pre loaded, I have to sneeze and it won't come out. So for those of you who don't know or are not looking at the screen. Well, here's the actual thing from medium.com. It says what we're building lightening development kit from the people from square crypto here's, the other part right here says: cryptocurrency and bitcoin are internet's national currency.
This was said by Twitter, CEO Jack Dorsey. For those of you who do not know Jack, Dorsey loves, Bitcoin and out of mean, like you know, he likes it. I mean he really loves. It. He'S mentioned many times before that he is certain that bitcoin is going to be the world's currency andor, the Internet's currency, and that is all that we need. However, you also need adoption on top of that as well, so it's not unrealistic that Twitter and therefore square crypto would have put their energy behind building something like this. It kind of increased the adoption of it so that when people do create, new wallets do create new, so, and so it can have lightning integration so that we can send payments super cheap super. So, and so there was news a couple of days ago that um and I hate when people write articles like this, it was like it was after that the prices had moved up, and it was about that a light that a whale had decided to move tons Of Bitcoin, are they going to sell it, and when you read the actual article, it was a crypto exchange. I think it was bit maxed. It was a crypto exchange who was moving their Bitcoin from one wallet to another. They had told everyone. They were going to move it, but the article decided to sensationalize it to make it seem as if some mega rich person was about to sell off all of their Bitcoin, as the prices were going up, stop those kind of articles, the entire point being.
When you look for other articles about the actual movement of that, I think they only only air quotes, I mean it's, no it's, so significant. They only pay around seven dollars in fees and people may be like oh that's, that's a lot compared to my crypto, but compared to the current payment system that we all use, because we many of us have banks, yada, yada, yada. Seven dollars is a lot less than I think several hundreds of thousands, if not a million dollars, that they would have otherwise spent for that actual transaction, because I think they sent over a billion dollars worth of Bitcoin. Anyway. There are a lot of big names who are backing Bitcoin and not even so. Much as like yeah bitcoin is gon na make it it's more like a. Although the money kind of thing, Jack Dorsey also said before, I think he has a there's like a square crypto app where you can buy Bitcoin every single day. I think he mentioned that he maxes out every time that he Canada is like 10000 is the max, and he said he maxes it out every single time that he possibly can buy as much Bitcoin bitcoins current price is around 8000, something so this guy's buying more Than one Bitcoin just about every single day – and I assume he's also probably just not buying it – on his phone pay attention to where the money's going who's accumulating in the name that keeps popping up over and over and over and over and over and over by Big institutions, you hold more than 1 of Bitcoin.
Oh, is this name right here: BITC oin let's move on here's a really weird one. The Reserve Bank of India said it had not banned the use of virtual currencies in the country when it issued a circular. In 2018, The Economic Times reported the argument came in an affidavit filed in response to a petition from the internet and media Association of India, known as IMI, which ones India Central Bank, to reconsider the 2018 circular that the group claims directed directed regulated entities to not Deal in crypto currencies according to a 30 page affidavit filed by the RBI filed and reviewed the economic times they said. Firstly, the RBI has not prohibited virtual currencies in the country. I'Ll tell you why that's interesting in a second, the RBI has directed the entities regulated by it to not provide services to those persons or entities dealing in or settling virtual currencies. The RBI has been able to ring fence that a word the entity is regulated by it from being involved in activities that pose reputational and financial risks, along with other legal and operational risks, end quote: crypto exchanges have been fighting to strike the RBI's move to cut Off their banking services, which effectively force companies to trade in digital assets, to shut down or relocate out of the country, the parties will head back to court on Tuesday. That is assumed next Tuesday. What'S interesting is for those of you who were here in 2018, when this circular was released.
Many crypto currency exchanges closed within India. They were like, we have to close up shop, we can't do anything. It was never a now the easiest way of saying it. This was released by the RBI, everyone started panicking and said the crypto currencies were banned. It was a problem we can't use them, no company can issue them so and so, and so so the entire idea became after people scrutinize the letter or whatever they sent out. The circular crypto currencies were not banned that the loose use of them was not illegal and then lo and behold, when you have a court case against you, that's when you go, oh yeah, the thing that we put out two years ago that wasn't a ban, we Were just saying that no one could touch it, no one could use it, no one if so, and so, and banks couldn't deal with people who were dealing with cryptocurrencies what's the problem, which means that there was its. What was the other country? Who just did something like that as well? There was like a a a path around all of this, which means that in essence, crypto currencies weren't banned in India. There was no real issue with them. It was more for financial institutions to not be able to deal with them, which means that people could have found other banks not even circumvent or go around the regulations. It was more like a people could have found ways.
It was just the people the institutions within India were not able to do so. India has said since 2017 that they were going to give cryptocurrency regulations. I don't think they're going to do it anytime soon. I think they're just playing a very big game. I don't know if they're trying to figure out exactly how to keep a stronghold on their country on their finances, whatever the actual case might be. But what they're doing is wrong. They know that it's wrong. They don't care that it's wrong because they hold the power. If they just if they just even told people within the country it's banned three years ago, people would have been able to move on if they said yeah, it's, legal but we're gon na give you a 50 percent tax rate. We, the tax rate, is terrible, but at least we know that it's legal they're dancing around the entire thing and it's. I assume it has to do with like a power tug of war um. Anyway. I thought this was interesting when you are confronted with something that someone then has to tell you. There was nothing there's, no ban on virtual currencies. Oh you mean the thing that we put out two years ago that everyone thought was a ban. Are you talking about? There was no banned nonsense. Absolute nonsense, let's move on next up, the South Korean government is said to be considering imposing a 20 tax on an income generated from crypto currency transactions.
South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported on Monday that officials from the ministry of economy and finances income tax office have been reviewing a new proposal that could see the country adopt a clearer regime for how it taxes cryptocurrency, because the entire idea is clarity. They want clarity from us, they want to know where our transactions are going. Everything has to move on our side, but never on their side. It'S, always a one side. Movement, an anonymous official speaking to Yonhap, suggested South Korea is considering reclassifying returns, made on crypto currencies as a type of other income, placing it in the same category as money earned from lotteries, rather than as a form of capital gains as it is currently treated under Existing South Korean legislation, a twenty percent tax rate, is levied on a 40 percent of total other income. The remaining 60 percent can be tax deductible. Currently, virtual currencies can be taxed under different schedules. What, with the rates up to 42 percent on their capital gains, that is a problem, I repeat, when you have other countries that have a zero percent tax rate, what was the other? What was it? France people were telling me in the comments section what wasn't it over 50 percent tax. Why would I stay in your country? Why would I even think of doing that there are a couple of countries. I think Germany is one of them. I think if you hold crypto for a year and then you sell it, your tax rate is zero.
Why would I even think of starting business in your country with a 42 percent tax rate? Why South Korea's Ministry of Economy and Finance has pushed for a new cryptocurrency tax regime for over a month now a ministry spokesperson confirmed to the Korea Times in December that a revised bill for enhancing the government's ability to tax repeal currencies would be drawn up in Its first half of 2020, the official added that no plans have yet been finalized, suggesting the tax plan could be amended or even thrown out by the ministry yet because they can't say for certain yeah we're. Definitely gon na do this because then people started to get hyped up and prices start to go up. People'S have to buy more crypto currencies. The South Korean government hears the actual news thing right here: it's en dot y n8 co, dot kr. It says South Korean consider South Korea considering imposing a 20 tax on crypto currencies, the South Korean, almost a government country 17, along with Japan, controlled the market, not a fake control. They really had it by the horns and they did whatever whatever they wanted. It was happening with them by them. The South Korean government did not like this because it scared them that's the easiest way of kind of saying it, because they realized that younger people, after enough research was done, and people were figuring out exactly who had been investing in cryptocurrencies. It was tons of young people and young people, as we know already before, from the other surveys and whatever that were coming out about a couple of months ago, when they were asking young people, typically under the age of 35, where they plan on investing their money.
A large portion of them said in crypto very it was crypto real estate and something else, but none of them said gold stocks bonds, this that and the other. It was always in that direction of virtual currencies and or real estate as the top priorities. So I mean it's it's, just a shake up of of the status quo to shake up of everything, it's the assumption that things would remain the same, that we are in power and therefore nothing can shake that power. And then, when you realize, even when we saw the news before that, there would be a shift over the next day. They believed the next 20 өсөн 30 years as to when a wealth transfer ends up happening and the people who are seventies 80s now pass away and give their money to their younger. Why cannot we think of the word kinfolk when they only give it to their surviving members of their family that this money would potentially then only go into cryptocurrencies? Why is this an issue because it's not going into the stocks it's not going into the bond it's? Not going into the apples it's not going into the so and so as which are expected to still have continual growth based on the trajectories that we've had over the last 10. 15. 20. 30. 40 50 years. As the trends of the stock market have up. Until now not really change so they're trying to figure out how to I think, keep things the same, not realizing that they have already changed dramatically.
I think, even when people or countries or governments talk about implementing a tax it's more like a well, if we put a tax on it, we can still make money from it, not really understanding exactly where the industry is going by all means by all means they May completely understand exactly where the industry could be going, but even the news that we had yesterday, where the people from the SEC were like yeah we're, probably gon na, have to hire around 2000 coders because we don't we don't, really know what's going on. I don't think I think they see what it could be I'm sure they are told by advisers exactly where crypto currencies could be in the next 10 years, but I think once again it's like 1992 1993, you can watch those old news things where people are discussing. What'S an internet like they, they just don't, get it until you are engulfed in it and you're drowning in blockchain and cryptocurrency. Then you understand how ridiculous people sounded in 2011 2012 talking about it anyway, you see, I have my own feelings on all this. I assume they're going to tax crypto. I don't foresee a future where South Korea or many other countries are like no you're good, no tax on it. They want to also have their own slice of the bread um and I think it's, just how things are going to be. However, a good luck to them when implementing these things next up, the UK's Revenue, amp Customs agency is ready to invest up to one hundred and thirty thousand US dollars towards the development and implementation of a new crypto analysis tool.
This once again goes back to power. We need to maintain our power. According to a report, the United Kingdom's tax Authority, HM Revenue, amp Customs HMRC, is looking for vendors to showcase their capabilities by demonstrating their expertise in the field of crypto asset tracing. The new software tool will be used to help tax agencies trace several types of cryptocurrency transactions which are stored anonymously on a blockchain. Although today, an increasing number of people are using cryptocurrency and digital assets for legal purposes, earning legitimate payments on their digital assets. There is still a looming concern about those who are used, who are using virtual currencies for criminal activities, which is always ridiculous, because we know that people use fiat farm or or legal activities. How many people are buying and I'll put it nicely. You'Ve heard me say this before, ladies of the night, how many people are buying drugs and and the list can go on forever in cash? But we never hear about this, because cryptocurrencies and blockchain are new and therefore they have to be demonized as a way for people to be able to do illegal things. The concern is that, due to the anonymous transactions made possible by blockchain technology, cyber criminals and fraudsters around the world are able to leverage this anonymity for their own nefarious purposes. The entire point being before I get upset at this entire article HMRC seeks to seeks tech to unearth cryptocurrency cyber criminals. We'Ve had the discussion before, and we will touch on it again briefly.
Right now, I'm still wondering what's going to happen to law enforcement and the rest of the world when we start getting private transactions on top of these block chains, we know that at least five solutions for private transactions are Bitcoin on Bitcoin alone are being worked on, Which means at some point you won't, be able to track Bitcoin transactions or it'll be bit of a doozy. We know that litecoin plans on implementing member Wimble – I just saw something about a day or two ago. I think where Tron is thinking about implementing one of the Starks are the snarks on their on their chain. I think we also, we know I mean it's going to happen. I still think that we won't get private transactions on many of the major block chains until it becomes really fully integrated. When we get to a point where Bitcoin is over a trillion dollar market cap and it's, really in every day, finance and everyone's talking about and everyone you know – is looking to buy some or hold some. I think this is when this is how I've always felt about it. This is when they'll implement the first beginnings of the private transactions. They also want to have private transactions on top of etherium anyway it's about control. I would like to believe sometimes that it has to do. I mean by all means. We know that there are people who do what we would call or see as evil in the world tons of people who do things that may not be right.
Air quotes based on what we think what we believe how we were raised. However, this will continue whether the money is digital, whether the money is paper, whether the money is seashells, inherently it's just going to continue to happen, but this should be expected that things that we do would try to be tracked and traced a bit more. Just wait till I get to in about a couple of minutes, waits you here, one of the other stories, because it brings tracking transactions to another level that I hope that we would never get so here's the actual article once again from public technology dotnet. And let us move on. As always, these articles are beginning to pop up more and more, you should be used to them by now. Bitcoin investors, who are waiting for a price dip to even six thousand dollars, have missed their opportunity already. This is according to veteran trader Peter Brent, in a market discussion with coin Telegraph on the 17th of January, the 40 year old market stalwart said that, contrary to what some believe bitcoin to the US dollar has already hit the floor, he said they now all they All now want to sit and buy a break back to 6000 or 5000 and they've missed the bottom and during the bottom I think you had a lot of people accumulate with strong hands said the weak hands are out these strong hands own it, which is something That we discussed during 2019, I said: don't wait for Bitcoin to hit 10000 to start buying and don't wait for Bitcoin to fall back down to the illustrious 3000 in order to start buying.
Another one right here says: price. The bitcoins price tightens, as traders prepare for a second shot at 9200. This one says Bitcoin just saw a key technical breakout, big reaction from Boles eminent. These articles are all over the Internet. They are drowning me in their words, and I don't think that they're going to stop until Bitcoin either falls back down to 7200 or Bitcoin goes above 9400. They are everywhere, everyone 99.5 of analysis errs and people within the market are of the mindset believe. How is she jumping that high I'm, so stupid, it's chichi, which is added in um, believe that bitcoins price is going to move upwardly and the very near future I've seen people say in the comment section before and I sit there and laugh because people always say Yeah people always say that if I say that the markets going to move up, people like well the markets gon na go back down, and when I talk about the market going back down, people like okay, it's time to start buying. I I think, it's funny and once again, because no one knows, however, I just bring you the the current mental state of the cryptocurrency market and what everyone is thinking is going to happen in the near future. So on to the UM creepy news: where is it? It says tech giant Amazon wants you to pay with a wave of the hand rather than a plastic swipe. According to The Wall Street Journal, a Wall Street Journal article citing undisclosed sources reports that Amazon is building new high tech, checkout terminals that can be installed in brick and mortar stores.
The terminals would enable customers to link their credit card or their debit card information to their hands. They could then checkout by scanning their palm as opposed to swiping a card earlier this month, patently Apple reported that ecommerce company filed for a patent for a non contact. Biometric ID system that uses a device to scan a person's hand I'm pretty sure a lot of you already shaking your head just saying no. Over and over should the Amazon terminal succeed. It could disrupt the digital economy and overtake mobile wallet providers such as Apple pay. However, a card issuers have card issuers have raised concerns regarding card holder security and the potential for fraud, as criminals might try to link stolen cards to their hands so as to say that Amazon could simply blacklist fraudulent users there's a lot to to dissect here, not Even ignoring the the part that it would be possible for a criminal to take your hand and use it for payment or even link your hand to their hand, which is something I can't imagine a world where everything is tracked, where every transaction is digital. On a blockchain onto something and someone else, not that not only steals your identity but steals your hand, steals the the whatever palm print a vein print whatever for your hand, starts making payments for wildly illegal things. You gon na knock on your door and someone's like yeah. We we saw you do this it's in your town.
The place you went to is about eight blocks away from here. We know exactly what you bought like it's a I don't know how we got to the point where taking paper out of our pockets became difficult and unsightly. I don't know how we got to the point where people are annoyed with swiping plastic or tapping plastic. Have any of you seen the many documentaries that are on YouTube of people? I'M? Sure I think it's in sweden. I think it's, denmark and sweden, where people are implanting chips into the between their pointer and their thumb and the little like piece of fat right there between both of them and they like open up their car doors with their hand, and they go to work. They open up the lock with their hand and they open up their home door with their hand and it's like. Why is? Is it that difficult to take out a key, I don't mind digging. It takes about a good three and a half seconds to dig in my pocket. Take out the key and switch to the correct T key to open up my house, I don't mind looking for a key to open up the car door there's a lot of stuff. Maybe it's just me, maybe the maybe the convenience, maybe the extra three seconds saved is worth it for a lot of people, it's kind of the same thing with it with that Amazon, supermarket it's cool, where there's no cashiers.
But then you realize there are about thousand cameras on the ceiling. Looking at everything, you do it's a bit much here's the Wall Street Journal article right here. It says cash plastic or hand, amazon envisions paying with a wave. The the the issue with all of this is that I can feel it. You can feel it that this is the way that the world is going to move younger people. I think I spoke about this, maybe a day or two as well younger and there's. An elbow buh, buh, buh, buh, bah there's, a new show on Netflix, I can't remember the name of it: wow that's gon na suck it's coming on it and in about a day or two or has already come out of added it to my like watch later List it's a TV show about a world where everything is under surveillance. There are drones flying above people's heads people pay for everything with their hands. Everything is an eye scan. Is it so and so, but it's about a world where the people living in that world grew up with smartphones and tablets? They unlock to their phones at seven, eight years old with a thumbprint. They only know this world that's under surveillance, and they really know nothing else. The the problem is, is that you – and I both know the moment something like this is proposed. People are going to run to it simply to be able to show other people how cool it is and what they can do.
If you have a social media account, you know exactly what I'm talking about. Remember all those challenges on YouTube. Remember that someone started the fire challenge, which also then took off for some odd reason. It'S it's these little things anyway, not to spend too much time on the creepiness of this. But I saw this and I thought it warranted a talk, because if Amazon Apple, Google Earth name decided at some point to implement this, I think it would take about a good 10 years for people to get used to it to get comfortable with it. But then it also leads it's, it's, it's, very creepy. I think it's unnecessary, maybe because I grew up in a different generation or I don't like to be tracked or I don't mind I honestly don't mind paying in cash. I really don't. It may take a couple of extra seconds on the line in the supermarket, but I can take the cash out of the Machine and I can buy what I want when I want, without people being able to track me, I understand paying taxes, but why does every Transaction that I do have to be tracked. Part of my hope for the future, especially with crypto currencies, is a future with private transactions. I don't assume any or many people out there will be doing things that are illegal air quotes, but in the 50s, 60s 70s 80s and all the way back back, then I think the world was just fine, with people privately being able to do with their own Money as they wanted for those of you who don't know we are definitely in the future.
I know. Sometimes we may get used to the things that we see and therefore it seems like a lot of technological advances. Haven'T been happening, we have self driving cars, we have self driving trucks, so we have digital Realtors. We have blockchain taking over for accountants, we have robots who do surgery. If you haven't looked up CRISPR see our is PR, we can reverse aging. We can cure a lot of diseases we are in. The future. Part of the problem is, is that when mega companies get involved in the future – and they think that things have to be creepy a lot of their money, they they will have the backing for the creepiness, because their money is a lot it's very strong anyway. Not to spend too much time on that, but be prepared for a world where some what they, I think the craziest thing is going to be in ten years, walking into a supermarket and people no longer say cash, a credit or card, they simply say card or Hand that, I think, would freak me out and that would stop me from going outside for a couple of weeks harder hand what, as always, a very special thank you. My patreon supporters, Tikaram macho Nisa bake me a cake: ARF, medic, 17 Anytime, Fitness monks, corner staff, boaty mcboatface, yes, crypto, Miller, hitch, test every day in caskets leg day, minting coins, Jeremy Fox, Jim Gardner, Anthony Charles McMahon Giovanni packs, a script Doumbia shipmate vlad the impaler Richie Rich, the third Nick Kanaya setsuna, Damian and Nicholas, were unearthed one piece: one love crypto artist: Cody 3d male wheezy adobo, bankroll Network crypto Joe for two, the world wise night; Errol Jaron, Schneider, Brady, Nields master ventures in Thailand mo hammer, Oney, Adam gracyk; Todd mullahs.
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I do hope that you all enjoyed should anything significant or crazy happen within the next couple of hours. You know I will be back covering it, especially if Bitcoin decides to pop over 9000. I do hope you all enjoyed. I do hope you all are having a great day a great morning a great afternoon a great evening wherever you are wherever you might be. I do hope, it's, absolutely fantastic. I think the future is. I can't explain to you how excited I am. Does anyone understand that we're in the year 2020? Can you do you remember y2k? Do you remember the year 1999, I remember being very young in 1999 in thinking how crazy it would be to be able to say that I was in the world in the Year 2015. Nonetheless, 20, like we are we've, come so far technology wise, even cryptocurrency, adoption wise, like I feel like, and it made us be my optimism towards a life I feel like we are so close to greatness and I don't even mean price wise. I mean the things we can do, the technology that we have. We are we're here. I don't know if that makes any sense to anyone.