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  • Yeah, I really appreciate that about you where you know, you're open minded enough to be able to see the value in each coin and not get into this cult like behavior because as you said, you know, as a core asset, I think you have been said, you can see bit going, going to a million million and a half sometime in the future.

    是的,我真的很欣賞你這一點,你知道,你的思想足夠開放,能夠看到每個硬幣的價值,而不是陷入這種邪教般的行為,因為正如你所說的,你知道,作為一種核心資產,我想你已經說過,你可以看到比特在未來的某個時候,會達到一百五十萬。

  • It's something you want to own, but it's not gonna cause the building of the infrastructure of defiance, it's not going to be a part of that or we don't think it is as much as they might want it to.

    這是你想擁有的東西,但它不會引起反抗的基礎設施建設,它不會成為其中的一部分,或者我們認為它不像他們可能希望的那樣。

  • That doesn't mean you don't want to own it.

    這並不意味著你不想要擁有它。

  • And again, ethereum, it's going to be that backbone.

    再說,以太坊,它將是那個骨幹。

  • Now there could be some other projects that come along with it, but you still believe that owning that ethereum is, is still the great long term play and its market cap could even approach the Bitcoin, which means those prices get definitely a lot closer.

    現在可能會有一些其他項目伴隨著它,但你仍然相信,擁有以太坊,仍然是偉大的長期遊戲,其市值甚至可能接近比特幣,這意味著這些價格肯定會變得更接近。

  • Um, those are interesting points.

    嗯,這些都是有趣的觀點。

  • You made something really interesting about derivatives there.

    你在那裡做了一些關於衍生品的非常有趣的事情。

  • Let me talk about that.

    讓我談談這個問題。

  • And by the way, I love the companies you mentioned, we've actually got the ceo of a baby on here in a couple of weeks and we got charleston Cardinal coming on here, I think in the next month Charles and we're going to talk to both of those gentlemen, um, fantastic uh, visionaries, Um, going on there, you know, I worked in derivatives in the 90s and um, they got a bad name In the 90s and then in the 2000s with credit derivatives because they supposedly took down the housing market.

    順便說一下,我喜歡你提到的那些公司,實際上,幾周後我們有一個嬰兒的首席執行官在這裡,我們有查爾斯頓-卡迪納爾在這裡,我想在下個月,查爾斯,我們將與這兩位先生交談,嗯,奇妙的呃,有遠見的人,嗯,在那裡,你知道,我在90年代在衍生品方面工作,嗯,他們在90年代得到一個壞名字,然後在2000年代的信貸衍生品,因為他們應該把住房市場搞垮。

  • What took down the housing market was bad risk management, uh, basically bad risk management.

    搞垮房地產市場的是糟糕的風險管理,呃,基本上是糟糕的風險管理。

  • And you could say it was greed and all this stuff, but you know, it was really bad risk management, derivatives have been around since humans have been around, derivatives are everywhere in our lives.

    你可以說這是貪婪和所有這些東西,但你知道,這真的是糟糕的風險管理,自從人類出現以來,衍生品就一直存在,衍生品在我們的生活中無處不在。

  • A dinner reservation is a derivative.

    預訂晚餐是一種衍生品。

  • Um, an insurance contract is a derivative, promising someone, you're going to pay this amount for their corn when it comes out of the, Of the grounds.

    嗯,保險合同是一種衍生品,向某人承諾,當他們的玉米出來時,你將為他們的玉米支付這一數額的費用。

  • That's a forward contract, which probably been happening for the last, you know, 50,000 years.

    那是一個遠期合同,可能在過去,你知道,5萬年來一直在發生。

  • So again, the derivatives themselves aren't the problem, it's just understanding the risk and like you said before now, it's pretty much been the financial institutions that control that now we have access to them.

    所以再說一遍,衍生品本身並不是問題,只是要了解風險,就像你之前說的,現在基本都是金融機構在控制,現在我們可以接觸到它們。

  • And if you can understand the risk, it can be very empowering as an individual.

    而如果你能理解風險,作為一個人,它可以是非常有力量的。

  • And again, I'm blown away by the derivative innovation going out there with some of these companies.

    而且,我再次被其中一些公司的衍生創新所震驚了。

  • I'm just like, wow.

    我只是想,哇。

  • And honestly, it's almost getting so complicated because you know, back on the Wall Street days, I had to make markets a customer would come and they'd want a two way market on an off balance sheet to fix floating swap or a derivative on a 10 year treasury, five years from now, it wasn't exchange traded and I'd have to sit there and make markets for the customer.

    老實說,它幾乎變得如此複雜,因為你知道,在華爾街的日子裡,我必須做市場,一個客戶會來,他們想要一個雙向市場,以固定資產負債表外的浮動互換或10年國債的衍生品,五年後,它不是交易所交易的,我必須坐在那裡,為客戶做市場。

  • Now, I didn't get tokens to do that.

    現在,我沒有得到代幣來做這件事。

  • I didn't get paid.

    我沒有得到報酬。

  • You know, I, we got paid because of our bid offer spread.

    你知道,我,我們得到報酬是因為我們的投標報價差。

  • But with defy, you can see people now being rewarded for liquidity pools.

    但有了defy,你可以看到人們現在得到了流動性池的獎勵。

  • You know, you can see all all this innovation that Wall Street could never have even thought about.

    你知道,你可以看到所有這些華爾街根本不可能想到的創新。

  • You know, how do we reward a market maker?

    你知道,我們如何獎勵一個做市商?

  • How do we give them some extra money or some tokens?

    我們如何給他們一些額外的錢或一些代幣?

  • So I'm, I'm blown away and I haven't actually haven't been this excited about something in a long time.

    所以我,我被嚇到了,實際上我已經很久沒有對某件事情這麼興奮了。

  • And when you talk about this innovation, it gets me excited then.

    而當你談到這種創新時,當時讓我很興奮。

  • So, so many things to talk about here and understand, and like you said, these polka dots and these, um, these garden owes, these could become these things in the future that we've seen the theory and become, But it's interesting that you're saying still hold those core assets and again, don't hold the future on it, don't hold the institutional stock and the institution that has it.

    所以,這裡有這麼多東西要談,要理解,就像你說的,這些圓點和這些,嗯,這些花園的欠款,這些在未來可能成為我們已經看到的理論和成為的這些東西,但有趣的是,你說仍然持有那些核心資產,再次,不要把未來放在上面,不要持有機構股票和擁有它的機構。

  • You want to actually own that in your cold wallet, ideally a place where that's yours.

    你想在你冰冷的錢包裡實際擁有這些東西,最好是一個屬於你的地方。

  • Why is it so important to actually have the asset?

    為什麼實際擁有該資產如此重要?

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • So this is what we call custodianship when it comes to crypto, it's at, what level do you actually own your crypto?

    是以,這就是我們所說的保管,當涉及到加密貨幣時,它是在,你實際上擁有你的加密貨幣的什麼水準?

  • Okay.

    好的。

  • And I think that two of these levels are great.

    而我認為,其中有兩個級別是偉大的。

  • I think one of the levels is very bad.

    我認為其中一個級別非常糟糕。

  • So we have the lowest level level of custodianship, which is, you literally don't own it, you can never own it.

    是以,我們有最低級別的監護權,也就是,你簡直不擁有它,你永遠不可能擁有它。

  • We're talking about apps like Robin Hood, okay.

    我們正在談論像羅賓漢這樣的應用程序,好吧。

  • It's all derivatives you don't actually own does coin, for instance, on Robin Hood, if it stuff hits the fan and you want to pull your dog coin out, you got nowhere to withdraw it to, you can't withdraw it and you see what happens when it's at the most pivotal times is they closed the trading on it?

    這是所有的衍生品,你實際上並不擁有硬幣,例如,在羅賓漢上,如果它的東西擊中風扇,你想把你的狗幣拉出來,你無處提取,你不能提取它,你看當它在最關鍵的時候會發生什麼,是他們關閉它的交易?

  • Now look, certainly coin base has some issues to, with overloaded traffic and finance.

    現在看,當然硬幣基地也有一些問題,有超負荷的交通和金融。

  • Uh, they both do when there's overloaded traffic, but it's a little more strategic and underhanded from companies like Robin Hood that they want to make sure that of course, you know, they're giving the data to the hedge runs from the retail traders and the retail traders are always at the loss, which is the exact thing Robin Hood claims to be against.

    呃,當流量過大時,他們都會這樣做,但像羅賓漢這樣的公司,他們想確保當然,你知道,他們把數據從散戶手中交給對沖運行,而散戶總是處於虧損狀態,這正是羅賓漢聲稱要反對的事情,這一點更具有戰略性和暗箱操作。

  • And so I don't like Robin Hood, Grayscale Bitcoin Trust.

    是以,我不喜歡羅賓漢,灰度比特幣信託。

  • This is another company where you invest in the stock market, you're investing in the stock.

    這是另一家公司,你在股市中投資,你在投資股票。

  • Uh that has a 1 to 1 match.

    呃,有一個1比1的匹配。

  • It's actually not 1 to 1, but you have a share of a Bitcoin.

    實際上不是1比1,而是你有一個比特幣的份額。

  • Uh on paper you don't know that you can't withdraw.

    呃......在紙上你不知道你不能撤回。

  • So someone I know who got heavily into Grayscale because they come from and or from a traditional market, well eventually getting in through grayscale made them understand, they actually don't own the Bitcoin and they want to own it.

    是以,我認識的一個人因為來自和或來自傳統市場而大量進入灰度,好在最終通過灰度進入使他們明白,他們實際上並不擁有比特幣,他們想擁有它。

  • So the second level of custodianship is exchange custodianship.

    是以,第二層次的監管是交換監管。

  • This is where you have an exchange like Coinbase where you go there and you buy the asset and you don't own what we call the private key.

    這就是你有一個像Coinbase這樣的交易所,你去那裡購買資產,你不擁有我們所說的私鑰。

  • This is the secret password to your crypto.

    這是你的加密貨幣的祕密密碼。

  • You don't own that.

    你並不擁有這些。

  • So if coin base were to whatever reason like it's in California like let's say that uh it fell into the ocean was in California, fell into the ocean tomorrow and all of the servers for coin based in California, you lose your crypto, you don't have access to it.

    是以,如果硬幣基地由於某種原因,比如它在加州,比如說呃,它掉進了海里是在加州,明天掉進了海里,而硬幣的所有服務器都在加州,你就失去了你的加密貨幣,你就無法訪問它。

  • Now.

    現在。

  • That's an extremely unlikely scenario.

    這是一個極其不可能的情況。

  • And I'm actually way more in favor of people holding coins on exchanges than most people.

    而且我實際上比大多數人更贊成人們在交易所持有硬幣。

  • And the reason is because the people that hold crypto on exchanges most of time there at the beginning of their journey and trying to move to what we'll talk about that third level of custodianship in a minute.

    原因是,在交易所持有加密貨幣的人,大部分時間是在他們的旅程開始的時候,並試圖轉移到我們將在一分鐘內談論的第三級託管服務。

  • I would say far more people have lost money and sending Bitcoin to wallets without knowing what they're doing.

    我想說的是,更多的人在不知道自己在做什麼的情況下,就把錢和比特幣發送到了錢包裡。

  • Then actually exchange hacks from major exchanges like finance, coin based, finance us coup coin uh you know, exchanges like that.

    然後實際上從主要的交易所,如金融,基於硬幣,金融我們轎子硬幣呃你知道,這樣的交易所的黑客。

  • So you don't you don't own it per se.

    所以你不你不擁有它本身。

  • However when you're ready to move to the third level of custodianship, you can withdraw it, you can withdraw your crypto from coin base, so you buy it on coin base, you buy Bitcoin in Coinbase and then you set up a personal wallet and you can send it there.

    然而,當你準備進入第三級託管時,你可以提取它,你可以從coin base提取你的加密貨幣,所以你在coin base上購買,你在Coinbase購買比特幣,然後你建立一個個人錢包,你可以把它送到那裡。

  • So you do actually own it.

    所以你確實擁有它。

  • You just don't technically own it until you pull it off but you have the option to do so Robin Hood level one, you can't do that exchanges level two, you don't own it until you withdraw it, then you actually own it.

    你只是在技術上不擁有它,直到你把它拉下來,但你可以選擇這樣做羅賓漢一級,你不能這樣做交流二級,你不擁有它,直到你撤回它,然後你實際上擁有它。

  • The third level of custodianship is simply having your own wallet.

    第三個層次的監管是簡單地擁有自己的錢包。

  • Uh There are what we call hot wallets and cold wallets.

    呃 有我們稱之為熱錢包和冷錢包的東西。

  • Hot wallet is like an internet based wallet.

    熱錢包就像一個基於互聯網的錢包。

  • Uh So you've got to be connected to the internet to use it.

    呃,所以你必須連接到互聯網才能使用它。

  • A cold storage wallet would be something like a ledger which is a device as a USB device or there's even things called paper wallets.

    冷存儲錢包將是像賬本這樣的東西,它是一個USB設備,或者甚至有稱為紙質錢包的東西。

  • And there's even more extreme ways to store your crypto.

    而且還有更極端的方式來存儲你的加密貨幣。

  • It's basically where you're taking your crypto off of the internet so it cannot possibly be hacked, nobody can get access to it.

    這基本上是你把你的加密貨幣從互聯網上拿下來,所以它不可能被黑客攻擊,沒有人可以接觸到它。

  • Uh And things like that when you own your own Bitcoin or you own your own ethereum in that third level custodianship kind of way in a hot water or cold wallet.

    呃,還有像這樣的事情,當你擁有自己的比特幣或你擁有自己的以太坊,在熱水或冷錢包的那種第三級託管方式。

  • Uh You own it.

    呃,你擁有它。

  • No one can take it from you.

    沒有人可以從你那裡奪走它。

  • If the internet went down tomorrow, if there was an E.

    如果明天互聯網癱瘓了,如果有一個E。

  • M.

    M.

  • P.

    P.

  • Somewhere in America and we lost power for a year.

    在美國的某個地方,我們失去了一年的電力。

  • As soon as you got back to the internet, your crypto is still there, it's touched, its untouched, nobody can hack it.

    只要你回到互聯網上,你的加密貨幣仍然在那裡,它被觸及,它未被觸及,沒有人可以入侵它。

  • And a lot of people bring that up.

    而很多人都提出了這個問題。

  • You don't hear it as much anymore.

    你再也聽不到它了。

  • People used to say like well you know what happens if the internet goes down like how it's crypto effective?

    人們過去常說,你知道如果互聯網癱瘓會發生什麼,就像它的加密貨幣如何有效?

  • Well if the internet goes down, your your credit card doesn't work, your debit card doesn't work, nothing works.

    好吧,如果互聯網癱瘓,你的信用卡不能使用,你的借記卡不能使用,什麼都不能用。

  • You're not gonna be able to go the A.

    你不可能去做A。

  • T.

    T.

  • M.

    M.

  • You're not gonna be able to go to the bank, they're not gonna have any power.

    你將不能去銀行,他們將沒有任何權力。

  • So you know the whole thing is in that third level of custodianship, you literally own your Bitcoin and that's what makes Bitcoin in crypto.

    是以,你知道整個事情是在第三層的託管,你從字面上擁有你的比特幣,這就是比特幣在加密貨幣中的作用。

  • I don't use the word cryptocurrencies.

    我不使用加密貨幣這個詞。

  • A lot of people use the word cryptocurrencies.

    很多人都使用加密貨幣這個詞。

  • I've stopped using that word because that implies everything is trying to be money, it doesn't really describe what crypto is.

    我已經不再使用這個詞,因為這意味著一切都在試圖成為錢,它並沒有真正描述加密貨幣是什麼。

  • We say crypto assets because it's an asset that you own its property.

    我們說加密資產是因為它是一種你擁有其財產的資產。

  • That's what makes it different and that's why trying to weave your way through up to the third level of custodianship is very important defy which stands for decentralized finance.

    這就是它的不同之處,這就是為什麼試圖通過編織你的方式上升到第三層的託管是非常重要的defy,它代表著分散的金融。

  • This is a $9 trillion per year marketplace.

    這是一個每年9萬億美元的市場。

  • I want to talk about our brand new defy academy.

    我想談一談我們全新的defy學院。

  • Our first program is called the defi accelerator and we have been absolutely inundated with applications from around the world.

    我們的第一個項目被稱為defi加速器,我們已經被來自世界各地的申請淹沒了。

  • I'm gonna be talking about how you can profit from what I'm calling the greatest dislocation of wealth in human history, decentralized finance is already revolutionizing the world of finance.

    我將談論你如何從我所說的人類歷史上最大的財富錯位中獲利,去中心化的金融已經在徹底改變金融世界。

  • You just don't know it yet.

    你只是還不知道而已。

  • I'm going to talk about the difference between defy and cryptocurrencies.

    我要談的是defy和加密貨幣的區別。

  • There's a big difference.

    有一個很大的區別。

  • I want to go into how to trade the markets.

    我想深入瞭解如何進行市場交易。

  • It takes a lot of discipline, it takes emotional discipline, it takes intelligence, it's not an easy thing to do.

    這需要大量的紀律,需要情感的約束,需要智慧,這不是一件容易的事情。

  • I'm looking for a small group of people who want to actively participate in this upcoming deep by Revolution.

    我正在尋找一小群想積極參與這場即將到來的深層革命的人。

  • I'm looking for serious individuals only with real network who want to build this exciting financial infrastructure.

    我正在尋找認真的人,只有擁有真正的網絡,想建立這個令人興奮的金融基礎設施。

  • I'm looking for partners, collaborators, investors, colleagues who want to join forces and create real value and generational wealth.

    我正在尋找合作伙伴、合作者、投資者、想要聯合起來創造真正價值和世代財富的同事。

  • If you're one of those people go to London dot tv forward slash defy and submit your application.

    如果你是這些人中的一員,請到London dot tv forward slash defy並提交你的申請。

  • Now you've got a chance.

    現在你有機會了。

  • Life all comes down to a few moments.

    生活中的一切都歸結為幾個瞬間。

  • You have a chance now to join me on this incredible adventure for the next 10 years.

    你現在有機會在未來10年與我一起進行這個不可思議的冒險。

  • It will change your life.

    它將改變你的生活。

  • The lifes of your Children and grandchildren, Maybe the life of billions of people on this planet.

    你的孩子和孫子的生命,也許是這個星球上數十億人的生命。

  • What are you gonna do?

    你打算怎麼做?

  • What's the choice that you're going to make?

    你要做的選擇是什麼?

  • Mm.

    嗯。

  • Yes.

    是的。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

Yeah, I really appreciate that about you where you know, you're open minded enough to be able to see the value in each coin and not get into this cult like behavior because as you said, you know, as a core asset, I think you have been said, you can see bit going, going to a million million and a half sometime in the future.

是的,我真的很欣賞你這一點,你知道,你的思想足夠開放,能夠看到每個硬幣的價值,而不是陷入這種邪教般的行為,因為正如你所說的,你知道,作為一種核心資產,我想你已經說過,你可以看到比特在未來的某個時候,會達到一百五十萬。

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