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  • let me ask you about N.

    讓我問你關於N。

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  • I had standing here last week and he said brian I owned 2000 N.

    我上週站在這裡,他說Brian我擁有2000 N。

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    T.

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    S.

  • I've never sold one.

    我從來沒有賣過一個。

  • Um He sold his own actually.

    呃......實際上他賣掉了自己的東西。

  • He created an N.

    他創造了一個N。

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    F.

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    T.

  • For like $1.1 million.

    對於像110萬美元。

  • It's a gift of like his face and some balloons.

    這是一份像他的臉和一些氣球的禮物。

  • And I said standing it's nice but it's not that nice.

    我說站著很好,但不是那麼好。

  • And he went on to tell me about why he believes in FTS of the future.

    他接著告訴我,他為什麼相信未來的FTS。

  • He said how he had a an artist friend of his and this is interesting story.

    他說他有一個藝術家朋友,這是個有趣的故事。

  • Ben who had a painting on the wall there was this beautiful piece of modern art and Stanley said I want to buy the N.

    本在牆上掛了一幅畫,有這幅美麗的現代藝術作品,斯坦利說我想買下這幅N。

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  • Of that.

    其中。

  • And the guy said okay I don't know why you want the N.

    那個人說,好吧,我不知道你為什麼想要N。

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  • When you can have the art.

    當你可以擁有藝術的時候。

  • And then a few weeks later Stanley said I actually think this is more valuable than that painting because I've got proof of ownership.

    然後幾周後,斯坦利說我實際上認為這比那幅畫更有價值,因為我有所有權證明。

  • I can show people how many people come over to your house anyways.

    我可以告訴人們,無論如何有多少人到你的家裡來。

  • I can show them all online.

    我可以在網上向他們展示所有。

  • And the artists started to think that maybe he was right.

    而藝術家們開始認為,也許他是對的。

  • What's your call on these things?

    你對這些事情有什麼看法?

  • I think you've said it's got the wrong name because you know non fungible tokens.

    我認為你說它的名字是錯誤的,因為你知道非可替換的代幣。

  • It just means that it's non fungible.

    這只是意味著它是不可替代的。

  • It doesn't mean it's a Jpeg or a piece of art.

    這並不意味著它是一個Jpeg或一件藝術品。

  • And yet that's what's in our brain presented.

    然而,這就是我們大腦中呈現的東西。

  • People have no idea what non fungible mean if not.

    如果不是這樣,人們根本不知道什麼是不可替代的意思。

  • Right.

    對。

  • Right.

    對。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • I think the names terrible nifty is is kind of a word I've heard people say but I don't want to see like maybe a phrase that leans more towards digital collectibles but somehow has Blockchain, you know attachment to it because your average person when they're trying to figure out what N.

    我認為這個名字很糟糕,是我聽到人們說的一個詞,但我不希望看到像也許一個短語,更傾向於數字收藏品,但以某種方式有區塊鏈,你知道依附於它,因為你的普通人當他們試圖弄清楚什麼N。

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  • Are there like a non fungible token?

    是否有像不可替代的代幣?

  • What does that mean?

    那是什麼意思?

  • It's it's too techie, it's to crypto nerd in my opinion.

    在我看來,它太技術化了,它是加密貨幣的書呆子。

  • So I'd like to see kind of a different name develop over the next uh you know one or two years I've had you know celebrities have talked to me about the same thing they said you know I'm trying to get into this and I was so confused.

    是以,我想看到一種不同的名字在未來的發展,呃,你知道一兩年內我有你知道的名人跟我談過同樣的事情,他們說你知道我想進入這個領域,我很困惑。

  • I first got into it because I didn't understand what any of this means.

    我第一次接觸它是因為我不明白這一切意味著什麼。

  • So and to really understand fungible versus non fungible, I mean you really have to already understand Bitcoin and why it is fungible and one of these other ones are not why they're individualized tokens.

    是以,要真正理解可替代與不可替代,我的意思是你真的必須已經瞭解比特幣,以及為什麼它是可替代的,而其他這些不是為什麼他們是個性化的代幣。

  • So I would like to see some simplification on that.

    是以,我希望看到在這方面進行一些簡化。

  • I think we will see more simplification of N.

    我認為我們將看到N的更多簡化。

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  • Platforms but you know, LFTs are devil in the future.

    平臺,但你知道,LFTs是未來的魔鬼。

  • We're just scratching the surface within FTS right now art collectibles songs uh eventually events, tickets all this level B.

    我們現在只是在FTS內抓取表面的藝術收藏品歌曲呃最終事件,門票所有這些B級。

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    N.

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    F.

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  • But there's even way bigger use cases for FTS outside of that you know if you start getting into you know insurance or medical records or house deeds, there's all kinds of things that can become N.

    但在FTS之外還有更大的用例,你知道如果你開始進入你知道的保險或醫療記錄或房契,有各種各樣的東西可以成為N。

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  • That make them instantly transferable on the Blockchain.

    這使它們可以在區塊鏈上即時轉讓。

  • Which makes things really easy, eliminates the need for you know sometimes mortgage brokers, middle other middlemen and things like that.

    這使事情變得非常容易,消除了對你知道的有時抵押貸款經紀人、中間人和類似事情的需要。

  • So you know we think mps are gonna be absolutely huge uh for sure.

    所以你知道我們認為MPS將是絕對巨大的,呃,是肯定的。

  • So we do want to see a simplification.

    是以,我們確實希望看到簡化。

  • But I I think that when it comes to the conversation you were having um you know with Stanley in and the the idea of what's more valuable, well you know I used to sell football helmets, signed football helmets and you know the thing is is with a digital N.

    但我認為,當涉及到你的談話時,嗯,你知道與斯坦利的談話,以及什麼更有價值的想法,嗯,你知道我曾經賣過足球頭盔,簽名的足球頭盔,你知道事情是與數字N。

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  • Or a digital autograph.

    或數字簽名。

  • You can never scratch the autograph off.

    你永遠無法將簽名刮掉。

  • Right?

    對嗎?

  • We had some football helmet signed by tom brady that we smudged because you're taking it out of the box and you don't know where it is on the helmet necessarily or you're putting it in a box and just just a little finger, you know, move on top of one of those signatures, sometimes we'll rub it off and once you have a smudge signature you have nothing.

    我們有一些由湯姆-布雷迪簽名的足球頭盔,我們把它弄髒了,因為你把它從盒子裡拿出來,你不知道它在頭盔上一定的位置,或者你把它放在盒子裡,只是一個小手指,你知道,在這些簽名上面移動,有時我們會把它擦掉,一旦你有一個汙點簽名,你就什麼都沒有了。

  • It's it's ruined.

    這是它被毀了。

  • Right?

    對嗎?

  • So when you look at digital autographs and dig digital signatures and collectibles, you can't lose those there forever for literally forever.

    是以,當你看數字簽名和挖掘數字簽名和收藏品時,你不能把那些東西永遠丟在那裡,簡直就是永遠。

  • So when you look at there's another story that's similar to the one you were explaining about the art piece.

    是以,當你看有另一個故事,與你正在解釋的關於藝術作品的故事相似。

  • There were recently a youtuber traded his actual Tesla Roadster in for an N.

    最近有一個優酷網友用他真正的特斯拉跑車換了一輛N。

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  • Of a Tesla Roadster, right?

    特斯拉跑車的,對嗎?

  • I think it was around $100,000 whatever it was.

    我想不管是什麼,都是10萬美元左右。

  • And he said, I got by far the better into the deal.

    他說,到目前為止,我得到的是更好的交易。

  • Well, you know what?

    嗯,你知道嗎?

  • The engine don't go out on a Tesla Roadster, N.

    特斯拉跑車的發動機不會熄火,N。

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  • You know, but eventually the actual engine on a vehicle goes out eventually, you know, that thing will be sending in a junk yard.

    你知道,但最終車輛上的實際發動機最終會被淘汰,你知道,那東西會被送到廢品收購站。

  • Well, the collectible will still be on a Blockchain.

    那麼,收藏品仍然會在區塊鏈上。

  • I know that's a really, you know, long term way to look at it.

    我知道這是一個真正的,你知道,長期的方式來看待它。

  • But it is true, you know, that there is powerful to digital collectibles and we are going through a transition right now where people are finally starting to understand that the digital is the future and ownership does not have to be tangible.

    但這是真的,你知道,數字收藏品有強大的力量,我們現在正在經歷一個過渡期,人們終於開始明白,數字是未來,所有權不一定是有形的。

  • I can put my hands around ownership.

    我可以把我的手放在所有權周圍。

let me ask you about N.

讓我問你關於N。

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