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  • what's it like to suddenly be rich and to have more money than you ever have to worry about the rest of your life.

    突然變得富有,擁有比你餘生都要擔心的更多的錢是什麼感覺。

  • How does that change you?

    這對你有什麼影響?

  • And did it change over time when it happened?

    而當它發生時,是否隨著時間的推移而改變?

  • Well for me it's kind of like my kind of wealth is in is in more like encrypted world.

    那麼對我來說,這有點像我的那種財富是在是在更像加密的世界。

  • So I don't have like weld in in in fayette almost like nothing practically.

    所以我沒有像在費耶特的焊接,幾乎沒有什麼實際的。

  • You can always borrow U.

    你可以隨時借用U。

  • S.

    S.

  • D.

    D.

  • T.

    T.

  • Yeah exactly.

    是的,沒錯。

  • And it's kind of like not burst to me like you don't see the same way like you might shop more and you kind of, it gives freedom to build things.

    而且這有點像沒有迸發到我身上,就像你沒有看到同樣的方式,就像你可能會更多地購物,你有點,它給了建造東西的自由。

  • That's the that's the main focus point.

    這就是主要的焦點。

  • But I think like there isn't like an amount of money that anyone actually needs more than because for example the concept of billionaires like do we actually need people to have billions of dollars because uh every single dollar that you you have someone else uh is short on like when you were a long ago where someone is short short true or it's value created.

    但我認為像沒有像任何人實際需要的錢的數量超過因為例如億萬富翁的概念像我們實際上需要人們有數十億美元,因為呃每一個單一的美元,你你有別人呃是短的像當你是一個很久以前有人是短的真正或它的價值創造。

  • That is also created and that's the part of like uh the whole NF these and and dowels.

    這也是創造的,這就是像呃整個NF這些和和鏍絲的部分。

  • Is that because you create dowels and you have an F.

    那是因為你創造了鏍絲,你有一個F。

  • T.

    T.

  • S.

    S.

  • And social capital.

    還有社會資本。

  • First time ever you can put a price tag on that social capital in a way for example if you are a member of uh if you have a crypto punk crippled banks have value, your community member that social capital there and you can basically put a price on it.

    有史以來第一次,你可以把價格標籤放在社會資本的方式上,例如,如果你是一個成員,呃,如果你有一個加密朋克癱瘓的銀行有價值,你的社區成員,社會資本在那裡,你基本上可以把價格放在它上面。

  • And previously like for example, if you're Donator, there's no social capital, you don't get any anything out of it.

    而以前,比如說,如果你是捐贈者,就沒有社會資本,你不會從中得到任何東西。

  • Maybe some countries you get like tax breaks, but besides that, you don't get any kind of like a, you know, that, that social capital activity isn't like quantified in, in any way, especially, especially like, you know, in a way that is like tradable somehow.

    也許有些國家你得到了像稅收減免,但除此之外,你沒有得到任何一種像,你知道,社會資本活動沒有像以任何方式量化,特別是,特別像,你知道,以某種方式,像可交易的方式。

  • So I think like essentially, uh I'm more about into like financial inclusion and how to scale this to everyone.

    所以我認為,從本質上講,呃,我更多地是關於進入像金融包容性,以及如何將其擴展到所有人。

  • So people can actually build things focus on creativity and, and jobs that are interesting and doing that on a full time basis.

    是以,人們實際上可以建立的東西專注於創造力和,以及有趣的工作,並在全職的基礎上做這些。

  • And, and, and, and, and kind of like how we can remove the jobs that are necessary in the economy for creativity and how we remove the idea of like, you have to work to do something that you love, how you can actually do something that you love from the first day and you're financially able to do that essentially.

    而且,而且,而且,而且,有點像我們如何能夠消除經濟中為創造力所必需的工作,以及我們如何消除像,你必須工作來做你喜歡的事情的想法,你如何能夠真正從第一天起就做你喜歡的事情,而且你在經濟上能夠基本上做到這一點。

  • So that's something that researching now.

    是以,這是現在研究的東西。

  • So the idea of a billionaire bothers you because you're thinking if you distributed that capital to potentially thousands of other people, they could be productive in the community doing something they love and add value.

    是以,一個億萬富翁的想法困擾著你,因為你在想,如果你把這些資本分配給可能是成千上萬的其他人,他們可以在社會上做一些他們喜歡的事情,增加價值,從而產生效益。

  • And when it's all around one person, it somehow seems maybe partially wasted.

    而當這一切都圍繞著一個人的時候,不知為何,它看起來也許部分地被浪費了。

  • Yeah, somehow I feel that way, I think you might have a point there.

    是的,不知為什麼我有這種感覺,我想你可能有一個觀點。

  • Um, also you come from this Blockchain world where you can distribute it so quickly and frictionless lee and you've seen the communities build only on the back of a good idea, you've seen people kind of grow you know wealthy in the back of that, so you come from this world.

    嗯,你也來自這個區塊鏈世界,在那裡你可以如此迅速地分發它,而且沒有摩擦,你已經看到社區只在一個好主意的背後建立,你已經看到人們那種成長,你知道在這背後的財富,所以你來自這個世界。

  • Yeah, exactly, and also I come from Finland, so if you have any upside its tax very aggressively, so kind of like I've seen it and also like which which is a good thing because you have free healthcare, you have free schools and like a lot of things in Finland are free, which is uh not like for granted in in other countries.

    是的,沒錯,而且我來自芬蘭,所以如果你有任何上升空間,它的稅收非常積極,所以有點像我看到的那樣,而且這也是一件好事,因為你有免費的醫療保健,你有免費的學校,而且在芬蘭很多東西都是免費的,這在其他國家是不可能的。

  • And I've seen like basically when everyone has equal opportunity, like you become more creative and you can build things uh and you have less variable about finances, how to scale that globally does kind of like a challenge.

    我看到,基本上當每個人都有平等的機會時,比如你變得更有創造力,你可以建造東西,呃,你有更少的財務變量,如何在全球範圍內擴大規模確實有點像一個挑戰。

what's it like to suddenly be rich and to have more money than you ever have to worry about the rest of your life.

突然變得富有,擁有比你餘生都要擔心的更多的錢是什麼感覺。

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