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  • last comment comes from jean Luc.

    最後的評論來自於Jean Luc。

  • Trepanier.

    特雷帕尼耶。

  • I'm probably messing your name up on zoom who says yes, I'm tired of banks being the bottleneck.

    我可能把你的名字弄亂了放大,誰說的是,我已經厭倦了銀行成為瓶頸。

  • Too many innovations.

    太多的創新。

  • Yes, defiant ethereum can change the financial world, which will change the whole world.

    是的,蔑視的以太坊可以改變金融世界,這將改變整個世界。

  • Yes.

    是的。

  • I currently have defy investment, jean Luc sounds like I want to see you inside our defi academy, but I couldn't agree with you more.

    我目前有defy投資,Jean Luc聽起來像我想在我們的defi學院裡面看到你,但我不能同意你的觀點。

  • The banks stop innovation.

    銀行停止創新。

  • And let me explain this.

    讓我解釋一下。

  • When I was at bankers trust, I worked with a great team of really smart people.

    當我在銀行家信託公司時,我與一個由非常聰明的人組成的偉大團隊一起工作。

  • They recruited me from M.

    他們從M國招募了我。

  • I.

    I.

  • T.

    T.

  • Because I had an engineering degree and I understood all sorts of financial markets and models.

    因為我有一個工程學位,我瞭解各種金融市場和模型。

  • I could program on computers and they put us to work innovating products.

    我可以在電腦上編程,他們讓我們去工作,創新產品。

  • But that could only be done at bankers trust and a Goldman Sachs and Jp morgan because we had billions of dollars on a balance sheet.

    但這隻能在銀行家信託、高盛和摩根銀行進行,因為我們的資產負債表上有數十億美元。

  • We were approved by the Federal Reserve.

    我們得到了美聯儲的準許。

  • We had all of these systems in place so we could deal with counter party risk, which meant only about 10 institutions were innovative with defi Located 10 million people can be innovating right now.

    我們有所有這些系統,所以我們可以處理對手的風險,這意味著只有大約10個機構是創新的,有defi位於1000萬人現在可以進行創新。

  • And I see incredible stuff happening from Norway, from Sweden, from the continent of Africa, from Asia, from people, we don't even know their names like Satoshi Nakamoto are out there doing it in.

    我看到來自挪威、瑞典、非洲大陸、亞洲的令人難以置信的事情發生了,我們甚至不知道他們的名字,像中本聰一樣在那裡做。

  • Honestly, that's the beautiful thing, innovation.

    老實說,這就是美麗的事情,創新。

  • It's not being stopped right now and that's why I can't wait to get started with D five.

    它現在沒有被阻止,這就是為什麼我迫不及待地要開始做D 5。

  • So let's go to point number two.

    是以,讓我們去看看第二點。

  • We're moving fast here.

    我們在這裡進展很快。

  • Pay attention.

    請注意。

  • If you're here out here, leave me a question, leave me an answer to one of my questions.

    如果你在外面,給我留個問題,給我留個答案,我的一個問題。

  • Like this video, share this video, Let me get into Part two and let me tell you about this incredible conversation I had with robert Kiyosaki yesterday.

    Like this video, share this video, Let me get into Part two and let me tell you about this incredible conversation I had with robert Kiyosaki yesterday.

  • This is a picture of us in studio the last time he was here and roberts, an incredible man.

    這是他最後一次來這裡時我們在演播室的照片,羅伯茨,一個不可思議的人。

  • Uh if you don't know who he is, he is the author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad, which is the number one selling personal finance book of all time.

    如果你不知道他是誰,他是《富爸爸,窮爸爸》的作者,這是有史以來銷量第一的個人財務書籍。

  • If you haven't read Rich Dad, Poor Dad, then I recommend you go get a copy of that right now.

    如果你還沒有讀過《富爸爸,窮爸爸》,那麼我建議你現在就去買一本。

  • One of the most important quotes from that book and something roberts said to me live on monday evening as he said brian, he said, this quote, poor people work for money.

    那本書中最重要的一句話,也是羅伯茨在週一晚上直播時對我說的,他說,這句話,窮人為錢工作。

  • Rich people make money work for them.

    富人讓錢為他們工作。

  • Which one are you?

    你是哪一位?

  • Which one are you type that in the chat right now?

    你現在在哈拉中輸入的是哪一個?

  • Just be honest, say I'm poor or I'm rich, poor people work for money.

    只要誠實,說我是窮人或我是富人,窮人為錢工作。

  • Rich people make money work for them.

    富人讓錢為他們工作。

  • I would argue you're poor, I bet you're poor because I was poor for the 1st 10 years of my life because I was working for a paycheck.

    我想說你很窮,我打賭你很窮,因為我在人生的前10年裡很窮,因為我在為薪水而工作。

  • Even when I worked in the banking sector, I was working for a paycheck every single month I waited for someone else to pay me.

    即使當我在銀行業工作時,我每個月都在為工資而工作,我等待著別人給我發工資。

  • I was working for money, I wasn't making money work for me.

    我在為錢工作,我沒有讓錢為我工作。

  • And it's a shift in mindset that's going to allow you to invest in defy infrastructure and it's going to also allow you to build generational wealth because you have been brainwashed.

    而這是一種心態的轉變,它將使你能夠投資於違章的基礎設施,它也將使你能夠建立世代的財富,因為你已經被洗腦了。

  • And again, I'm thinking very seriously about this right now because my two boys are in school right now, Kate is five years old dame is about to turn four years old and they're in an education system that was built in the industrial age to create workers, right?

    再說一遍,我現在正在非常認真地思考這個問題,因為我的兩個兒子現在正在上學,凱特五歲,達姆即將四歲,他們所處的教育系統是在工業時代建立的,是為了創造工人,對嗎?

  • That's how education started in this country here in Britain, they needed something to do with the kids when their parents were in the factories.

    在英國,教育就是這樣開始的,當父母在工廠工作時,他們需要為孩子們做些什麼。

  • So they sent them to school and school was there to make more workers.

    所以他們把他們送到學校,學校在那裡是為了製造更多的工人。

  • And so the entire system is there to brainwash you into preparing you for a job, right?

    所以整個系統都是為了給你洗腦,讓你為工作做準備,對嗎?

  • To get you enough skills so someone else can make you work for money.

    要讓你有足夠的技能,以便別人能讓你工作賺錢。

  • And these are lies that are perpetuated and they infect the very psyche of your brain.

    而這些都是延續的謊言,它們感染了你大腦的心理。

  • They go almost down to a DNA level to where, even if I'm telling you this right now, and even if you say, oh yeah, you're right brian, you're right, you still will have a hard time kicking it because it's ingrained into everything you do.

    它們幾乎達到了DNA水準,即使我現在告訴你這個,即使你說,哦,是的,你是對的,布萊恩,你是對的,你仍然會很難踢掉它,因為它已經根深蒂固地融入你所做的一切。

  • Every reaction you have.

    你的每一個反應。

  • It's a scarcity of where's my paycheck?

    這是對我的工資在哪裡的一種稀缺性?

  • Where's my paycheck?

    我的工資在哪裡?

  • That means I better do what they say or in the last year it's where's my furlough check or where's my subsidy check coming from the government.

    這意味著我最好按他們說的做,否則在過去的一年裡,我的休假支票在哪裡,或者我的補貼支票從政府那裡來。

  • It's the same type of brainwashing and those same people have told you this, that you are not smart enough to manage your own money.

    這是同一類型的洗腦,那些人也曾這樣告訴你,你不夠聰明,無法管理自己的錢。

  • You're not capable enough to manage your own money.

    你沒有足夠的能力來管理你自己的錢。

  • Matter of fact, there's so much smarter people out there that are capable of managing your money.

    事實上,外面有很多更聰明的人有能力管理你的錢。

  • Of telling you about science of telling you about your own freedom of speech about, telling you what to put in your body about, telling you when people are allowed to campaign to be mayor of London.

    告訴你關於科學的事,告訴你關於你自己的言論自由的事,告訴你在你身體裡放什麼的事,告訴你什麼時候允許人們競選倫敦市長。

  • There's experts out there and you should always listen to them and never listen to your own self or your own gut or your own feelings.

    外面有專家,你應該永遠聽他們的,而不要聽你自己的,或你的直覺或你的感覺。

  • All right.

    好的。

  • If you see where I'm going here, you probably know a little bit about what I'm talking about.

    如果你看到我在這裡要去的地方,你可能知道一點我在談論的東西。

  • I'll explain what we've been fighting for for the past 10 years, which is freedom of speech, freedom for democracy and financial freedom for you and you have to take this back right now.

    我將解釋我們在過去10年裡一直在爭取的東西,那就是言論自由、民主自由和你的財務自由,你必須現在就把這些東西拿回來。

  • And it's a mindset and it starts with you.

    這是一種心態,它從你開始。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

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