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  • that's really important for you is owning your own rights and data.


  • Which probably takes us right into the way you look at N.


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  • And I think you've described N.


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  • That stores of culture because they embody a moment in history.


  • You said what is art?


  • Art stores culture?


  • Also N.


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  • In the game is your identity, your history etcetera.


  • Can you talk to me about what is an N.


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  • And how you see it from kind of the metaverse and then how it also now it comes into our physical world.


  • So and if these as as you as you pointed out right as stores of culture with their cultures that are not necessarily only cultures meaning for like a mass community.


  • They could also just be your personal culture right?


  • So for instance like a wedding ring, wedding rings are very personal to you.


  • They're not super valuable.


  • Maybe do the outside community but to your own family and to your own very small community.


  • They are priceless but yet it's still made of silver or platinum.


  • You know you know that maybe hasn't etching on it.


  • You know that doesn't make it special but we have something that treasures it because there's a story, there's a memory, there's something in there that means so much to us and maybe only us now that's something you couldn't do in the digital world because we didn't own that asset.


  • That asset was rented in effect.


  • So we could maybe make an association which we often do but the actual ability to pass it on and really treasure that moment historically forever is difficult to do when we think about historical artifacts, religious artifacts for instance you know thousands of years ago.


  • We treasure them very deeply because of the powerful idea that they embody except that in and of itself you know maybe that cloth or that material isn't special.


  • But the powerful thing is that what it represents is unbeatable right?


  • Because it's really as people were moved by these ideas and these concepts.


  • Now let's talk about N.


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  • And why exactly they're they've become so powerful just as a parallel in the physical world.


  • And it's because you know when you look at Web two the one thing that survived this ability to be truly free and openly compose herbal was actually open source.

    というのも、Web 2を見てみると、真に自由でオープンにハーブを作成する能力を維持していたのは、実はオープンソースだったからです。

  • Everything is developed on open source today.


  • Even the biggest of companies like google or facebook, they all leverage open source today because it has the most weight and it has the most weight because someone has built maybe a base code for announce something very basic straightforward and then another person writes code on top and actually what they're really doing right.


  • This is they're adding through the addition of new code on top of the old code mixing their culture which is really you know a culture of code but it's still culture because I were running you know the way the system works.


  • The UX the interface.


  • It's a representation of someone's idea of how it should be done, which is his or her culture and that gets represented in the form of that code.


  • That code has become so powerful because tens of millions of people contributed on a regular basis.


  • That is the reason why IBM has to use it.


  • And it's the reason also why a five or 10 personal organization can now compete with the biggest of companies because of the fact that they have the world's knowledge at their fingertips in terms of code and it also birthed companies like google, like like huawei like Lenovo, like pretty much every other company that's not including the Blockchain industry, right?


  • If it wasn't for open source actually the Blockchain industry couldn't couldn't thrive.


  • So that's a perfect example of how this open compose ability came from layers of experiences that were added on top of this to make this really data rich, super sort of data powerful, shall we say, sort of sort of super gravity effect in terms of the network effect that this code had.


  • But there's a problem with open source code which is only people who know how to code can hard sort of harness that and most of the world doesn't know how to code still in the century.


  • And you know, we try to solve this by doing hour of code and pushing all our Children to learn how to code and unfortunately we can, we can say that while we're getting mass awareness, You know, we have failed in getting mass awareness of how the code right at the end of the day, you know, we don't have 80% enrollment in computer science in college, right?


  • So most of the world is still not studying computer science.


  • So what that means is that actually we created a digital elite that digital elite is the people who know how to code and they were able to benefit from that experience.


  • Non fungible tokens provides exactly the same framework in an open sort of a data structure where you can compose on top except now you can do it with assets that don't require you to code, it could be a piece of art, it could be music, it could be anything that your imagination will create and allow you to create because you no longer need to know how to code to get it out there and people can also freely compose on top of it.


  • And as a result, the one asset that may have been produced in for a certain fashion, someone else can invent and create something new and create new utility on top of it.


  • That actually becomes really powerful because one asset may have been purposed for one thing, but now has 100 different use cases because it's used in five games, you can put a mortgage on it, you could lend it, you know, it could be fractionalized now all these different use cases that are emerging through third parties simply because you own it and no longer needing permission from the platform, this opens up all new possibilities, but really it's really doing what the physical world already had, but now in the digital context and that's what non fungible tokens are able to do, they're able to open this up to the rest of the world at a skill level that everyone can participate in because non fungible tokens are assets that you can participate in, where you don't really have to know how to code.


  • One of the favorite examples I like to put about this compose ability is like in the form of digital cars because we sell digital cars with rev racing for instance or or Formula E.


  • And what's interesting is that in the physical world there's so many industries that have developed, you know, You know, on the side of people who own cars without any permission of the car itself, whether it's, you know, drivers, mechanics, service companies or baby seats, like I love the story of baby seats because cars we don't know when Henry Ford made the car, he was never thinking about, well this is the car where Children are going to go.

    面白いのは、物理的な世界では、車自体の許可なく車を所有する人々の側で、ドライバー、整備士、サービス会社、ベビーシートなど、非常に多くの産業が発展していることです 私はベビーシートの話が大好きです。

  • No, it was just 30 years afterwards that some people said, you know what, I think we, you know, we can use this as a way to transport our Children, we're going to do it in a way that's more convenient.


  • Let's invent this clunky baby seat and this was not done with permission from any car company.


  • Right.


  • And now, interesting enough, car companies have to design the cars in a way that have safety standards that support the implementation of these baby seats.


  • So you have a scenario where actually an external factor came in to influence the way you have to co participate and co create for the benefit of both.


  • Right.


  • That's something that in a permission environment you simply can't do because some person who has no idea about, you know, or empathy about the needs might just say who needs this anyway.


  • And they'll just say no to it because, you know, smaller organizations don't have the sort of, you know, the the innovation idea pool is so small that, you know, you you won't imagine that's possible.


  • You just mix it.


  • Which is what happens all the time in digital platforms will basically refuse access on the basis of its not suitable.


  • But who said it was a suitable?


  • Why are you the judge of this?


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