>I think they way this all happened is actually not even necessarily on the basis of trading, that might be part of it and they might be trading certain assets of certain kind. I think the way its actually gonna happen is through yield and transparency and control of ones assets. So I think what is gonna happen is inflation will increase, the yields of the global financial system will stay low and stagnant which means people will essentially be experiencing a negative return, the returns of DeFi will continue to remain in the three, four, five, seven, eight percent range as more assets flow into DeFi and crypto asset format, and at the same time each additional flash point of a Robinhood or a Wallstreet bets getting shut down through whatever, whatever reason, eventually the reason won’t matter it’ll just be part of mosaic of reasons, that all have the simple message of, ‘this is a bad deal, for you as a user’. And the reality is, that the transparency of blockchains and therefore DeFi, as well as the control that people have over their assets in those systems, is going to be more and more attractive with each of those flashpoints. So I actually think there’s two real cases for it. One is the ability to get yield, and that is the really strong economic case for it. And if you go to a bank account, or you somewhere and you get the low one percent or something like that, and then you can go take your dollars and put them in a stable coin and put them into DeFi, and you can get three percent or four percent. People don’t know where their savings account gives them a return from. They don’t know if the bank does commercial loans, or residential loans. They don’t know the risk rating of their bank, they don’t know the solvency of their bank, they don’t know, you know, how much assets are under management by the bank, they don’t know a lot of these things.