>And I think that that force is really a kind of new found force, due to the fact that everybody now has digital voice and wall street bets and Robinhood and Gamestop and this whole kind of mini saga here just shows that that also has an economic component. So it shows that social media doesn’t just have a dynamic where people have a voice and that’s all they have, but if that voice then leads to collective action though voting with your dollars, you then have a whole set of dynamics that, you know, traditionally people wouldn’t have been able to coordinate or wouldn’t have been able to do. I don’t actually know what that means for society, I think both of these realizations are very powerful but the first realization shows there is a serious structural issue with how the current system works and that that’s starting to be laid bare, and then the second realization shows that people have a choice and they can have a significant impact on how the system works because they have that choice, and they have a voice and they can collectively use that voice to chose other platforms, and that this choice can happen very very quickly, much faster than it could happen before and it could, it can change the way things work and it can start to purvey really the entire world, it can just start to purvey the media cycle, it can start to purvey the debt cycle, it can become involved in politics, its something that could happen much much faster than it could before. And the way that this relates to DeFi is that DeFi is the system that all of these people want. Its the system that doesn’t have the problems and the unfairness, and the manipulation that many of these people experienced during the 2008 financial crisis, and it doesn’t have the problems that they are experiencing now, and that DeFi systems is becoming more and more accessible.