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  • how do you try to get people to see the future of N.

    你如何努力讓人們看到N的未來。

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  • When sometimes all we see is an E three rock or all we see is a, you know, an ape.

    當有時我們看到的只是一塊E三石,或者我們看到的只是一個,你知道,一個猿人。

  • And we're just like, I don't get it.

    而我們只是想,我不明白。

  • I try to tell people the first experience with the internet for most people was an email.

    我試圖告訴人們,大多數人對互聯網的第一次體驗是電子郵件。

  • I sent my first email in 1989.

    我在1989年發送了我的第一封電子郵件。

  • I was at M.

    我在M.

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  • And I didn't send one for three years later because there was nothing to do there.

    而我在三年後也沒有發過一個,因為那裡沒有什麼可做的。

  • And I thought that was the internet.

    而我認為這就是互聯網。

  • Little did I know it would become something greater later.

    我不知道它後來會成為更大的東西。

  • Are we in a similar stage with N.

    我們是否處於與N類似的階段。

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  • And how can you kind of tell people that they're going to change?

    你怎麼能告訴人們,他們要改變呢?

  • Well, first of all, I mean, I think we're more advanced than that first email you sent in terms of evolution with good news, I hope.

    好吧,首先,我的意思是,我想我們比你發出的第一封電子郵件在進化方面更先進,有好消息,我希望。

  • Um, but the other thing I would say is One of the things when people look at these apex.

    嗯,但我想說的另一件事是,當人們看這些頂點時,其中一件事。

  • And of course that's the big joke within our industry is like, Oh look, I bought another shape it for like $1 million.

    當然,這也是我們行業內的一個大笑話,就像,哦,看,我買了另一個形狀的東西,好像是100萬美元。

  • You know, how silly is that, right?

    你知道,這多傻啊,對嗎?

  • But I think what it represents that ownership, the power of that is really the messaging, the art, the virtual aspect of it is actually really if you think about historically and I'll go into gaming utility shortly after, but really on those things, you know, whether it's crypto punk abortive, it is no different than buying a Birkin bag or, you know, having a Rolex watch or buying a Ferrari for instance.

    但我認為它所代表的是所有權,它的力量真的是資訊傳遞,藝術,它的虛擬方面實際上真的是如果你從歷史上考慮,我很快就會進入遊戲效用,但真的在這些東西上,你知道,無論是加密朋克流產,它與購買伯金包或,你知道,擁有勞力士手錶或購買法拉利等沒有什麼不同。

  • And what it does is it's an invitation to a kind of the same membership proof of your success may be uh, an inclusion of a club.

    而它所做的是它是一種邀請,是一種同樣的會員證明,你的成功可能是呃,一個俱樂部的包容。

  • When you buy a Birkin bag, what are you buying?

    當你買一個Birkin包時,你買的是什麼?

  • You're not actually buying the materials is made of?

    你不是真的要買材料做的嗎?

  • Yes, maybe you think you can touch and feel it, but actually in reality 99.9% of that value is entirely virtual.

    是的,也許你認為你可以觸摸和感受它,但實際上99.9%的價值完全是虛擬的。

  • You're buying a story.

    你在買一個故事。

  • You're buying a creation of a wonderful, wonderful, you know, construction that might look beautiful in your eyes because it was invented in from the mind of that designer.

    你買的是一個奇妙的、美妙的、你知道的、在你眼中可能看起來很美的建築,因為它是從那個設計師的頭腦中發明的。

  • Right?

    對嗎?

  • When you buy a Picasso, what are you buying?

    當你買了一輛畢加索,你買的是什麼?

  • You're not buying the canvas or the material?

    你不買畫布或材料?

  • You're buying Picasso to buy his story.

    你買畢加索是為了買他的故事。

  • You're buying his idea, right?

    你相信他的想法,對嗎?

  • And that is the thing.

    而這就是問題所在。

  • Now, when you talk about stories of culture, people sometimes buy things historically because they mean something, oh, maybe the renaissance period meant something to me.

    現在,當你談論文化的故事時,人們有時會購買歷史上的東西,因為它們意味著什麼,哦,也許文藝復興時期對我意味著什麼。

  • Or when people talk about modern art in china, it means something for chinese people because modern artist kind of this sort of symbol of where china is today, for instance.

    或者當人們談論中國的現代藝術時,它對中國人意味著什麼,因為現代藝術家有點像中國今天的象徵,比如說。

  • Right.

    對。

  • Or when people buy for instance, you know, princess have, you know, a lot of people bought up old historical relics from the past as a way to sort of preserve their own history and culture.

    或者當人們購買,例如,你知道,公主有,你知道,很多人買了過去的舊歷史遺物,作為一種保護自己的歷史和文化的方式。

  • Again, the material isn't valuable, but the story and the power of, you know those stories that are embedded in there is why you have it?

    同樣,材料並不寶貴,但故事和力量,你知道那些嵌入其中的故事是你擁有它的原因?

  • And it means so much to you personally kind of like that wedding ring as well.

    它對你個人意味著很多,就像那個結婚戒指一樣。

  • Right?

    對嗎?

  • And again, it doesn't have to mean something to millions of people that could, right?

    再說一遍,它不一定對數百萬人意味著什麼,可以,對嗎?

  • I mean, you know the mona lisa is an interesting contradiction.

    我的意思是,你知道蒙娜麗莎是一個有趣的矛盾體。

  • If you think about in that context, it's you know, arguably the most valuable painting in the world yet.

    如果你從這個角度考慮,你知道,它可以說是世界上最有價值的繪畫。

  • It is the most accessible because you can download on the internet anytime you want.

    它是最容易獲得的,因為你可以隨時在互聯網上下載。

  • You can go there snap all sorts of photos you want.

    你可以去那裡抓拍各種你想要的照片。

  • It's in every magazine.

    每本雜誌上都有。

  • But you know what the reason why that original is so valuable is because the whole world knows it, right?

    但你知道那份原件之所以如此有價值,是因為全世界都知道它,對嗎?

  • And this is the thing when people say, oh I can just download that jpeg well that's great.

    這就是當人們說,哦,我可以直接下載jpeg,那就好了。

  • But do you own the original?

    但你擁有原作嗎?

  • Because the one who does own the original, his piece of art just got more famous because you downloaded it and put it on your, put it on your screen, thank you very much.

    因為擁有原作的人,他的作品只是變得更有名了,因為你下載了它,把它放在你的,放在你的螢幕上,非常感謝。

  • Please keep doing that because my original becomes more valuable.

    請繼續這樣做,因為我的原創變得更有價值。

  • So that is one I would say when people sort of uh struggling with this thought, I think what you're buying this authenticity is when you think about everything you buy in your real world, you're actually craving for authenticity as well.

    是以,這是一個我想說的,當人們有點呃掙扎於這種想法時,我認為你買的這個真實性是當你想想你在你的現實世界中買的一切,你實際上也在渴望真實性。

  • Would you buy a fake Nike or real Nike, Why do you want an original Apple versus the fake apple?

    你會買一個假的耐克還是真的耐克,為什麼你要買一個原裝的蘋果而不是假的蘋果?

  • Like what's, you know, you know why why why why wouldn't you get the fake one that may be functionally does exactly the same thing you want the original because and that's the that's the same thing.

    像什麼,你知道,你知道為什麼為什麼你不會得到假的,可能在功能上做了完全相同的事情,你想要原始的,因為那是那是相同的事情。

  • You know when it comes to sort of N.

    你知道當它涉及到N的排序。

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  • Like you know those jpeg that people sort of you know complain about.

    就像你知道那些人們抱怨的jpeg一樣。

  • But the end of these for utility in terms of gaming, those are more easily understood.

    但在遊戲方面,這些對於效用的結束,這些更容易理解。

  • But those have much more value and think in terms of people who are more, let's say pragmatic thinking because you know the world is not all people who think the same way right?

    但是那些有更多的價值,從更多的人的角度思考,比方說務實的思考,因為你知道世界上不是所有的人都有同樣的思考方式,對嗎?

  • In the same way that honestly speaking, I struggle with the idea of a broken back.

    同樣,說實話,我對斷背的想法感到掙扎。

  • I intellectually understand it but I can't get myself to buy one because I just, it just doesn't make sense to me, right?

    我在理智上理解它,但我不能讓自己買一個,因為我只是,它只是對我沒有意義,對嗎?

  • Just like for some of us we look at diamonds and we say actually that's not really valuable yet.

    就像對我們中的一些人來說,我們看著鑽石,我們說實際上這還不是真正有價值的。

  • People desired.

    希望的人。

  • Right?

    對嗎?

  • So so so you know each to their own as one would say.

    所以,所以你知道,正如人們所說的那樣,每個人都有自己的想法。

  • But for gaming FTS, the utility is clear because you can make it clear.

    但對於遊戲FTS來說,其效用是明確的,因為你可以使其明確。

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  • One of our sort of uh F one delta time cars.

    我們的一種呃F一德爾塔時間車。

  • It's sold on the secondary market for $340,000.

    它在二級市場上的售價是34萬美元。

  • There's a lot of money.

    有很多的錢。

  • The headline article wasn't?

    頭條文章不是嗎?

  • Oh my goodness who spent three and a $40,000 on a virtual car, how ridiculous is that?

    哦,我的天哪,誰花了三萬四千美元買了一輛虛擬汽車,這有多荒唐?

  • The headline was, Here's a Lamborghini and of course just the same here is the virtual card, which one makes you money correct?

    標題是,這是一輛蘭博基尼,當然也同樣是這裡的虛擬卡,哪個讓你賺錢對嗎?

  • And this is the thing, you know, we buy cars all the time as status symbols that are depreciating assets, its something that tells us about who we are and you had a virtual car for the same amount of money and not only does it last forever, it can generate 2030% or more yield a year.

    這就是問題所在,你知道,我們一直把汽車作為地位的象徵來購買,它是折舊的資產,它告訴我們我們是誰,而你用同樣的錢買了一輛虛擬的汽車,它不僅可以永遠持續下去,而且一年可以產生2030%或更多的收益。

  • Right, well jeez, right, you know, in that sense it's very logical to be doing this and that is the reason also why these assets inside games like X.

    對,好吧,天啊,對,你知道,從這個意義上說,這樣做是非常合理的,這也是為什麼像X這樣的遊戲裡面的這些資產的原因。

  • Infinity or land and sand box for instance are becoming valuable because there's real utility in which you could be earning money from it.

    例如,無限大或土地和沙箱正在變得有價值,因為有真正的效用,你可以從中賺取金錢。

  • And so that's where the gaming LFTs are logical.

    是以,這就是博彩業LFT的邏輯所在。

how do you try to get people to see the future of N.

你如何努力讓人們看到N的未來。

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