Yeah, I, I don't know if it's me, but I mean, if the listeners can you guys make like a thumbs up or something. If you hear the music good for me, it's a little raggy, but when you talk, it's good. So that's why I'm a little.
That's great. How are you guys doing? You can just, I mean like text in the comments or something. This is an open stage today, I would say. So anyone who wants to like talk, you know, you guys can raise your hand.
So based on my experience as a professional and like a business owner, you know as well there are a lot of like key short and long term benefits of power networking. I want to use the word power networking because networking is just simple, but power networking is like, it's you know, it's like it changes your life, you know, the people you meet, keeps you feel connected even if you're like just working from home, you know. And it's also like a good source of information about like current trend
Group of, you know, alpha people are like a group of just NFT community, right? You talk to them and you're like getting all the news, just staying updated. You don't have to like, you know, check in your news all the time.
Right. And the third part I would like to say is like you never know when it might lead to a great opportunity for a new partnership or a new job. I met Jesus like you know through jazz guy like Jazzy Guy was is one of our admin in the moonbow, you know Voyage Club that I you know it's it's like my analytic community but so he was doing a survey on Twitter and that's when he found Jesus and you know we we connected on discord.
It it takes like yeah power networking is like, it takes like just 15 to 30 minutes per week and you know you can control your volume and your and your and your pace you know so here's how you do it. It's like you usually like I would say this is not this is not like a job job that you have to do it. It's it's a fun, it's a fun activity which you can do is like you can develop like a list of people you'd like to connect with or even reconnect with. You know because sometime you meet people just
Or something. But then you know, you kinda get this detached because there's lack of communication, lack of, you know that touch. So it's always important to, I would say reconnect with people as well, you know, if you if you, you know if you lose that touch, right?
It can also. I mean this list can can also include a lot of like different types of people. Doesn't have to be like just networking. People can be like mentors, your former colleagues or something, or industry experts you have met at you know events and just colleagues and friends you have recently made a move or recently posted something, you know, thought proof like pretty much like on LinkedIn or Instagram, Twitter for example. You know you keep connecting to a lot of people you know on a dai
You would say, I would say like when it comes to like power networking, the secret is, you know, like the secret to making power networking manageable is keeping the calls or zooms to like just short, you know, you don't have to talk for hours and hours. You can be like, hey, what's up? You know, how are you doing? And you know what's going on with your life. It's just 10 to 15 minutes, you know, you don't really have to spend hours of, you know, all you got to do is just be respectful.
You know, on the other person's time. Just don't be like ohh let's talk every day to 15 minutes. I don't think that's the best option. You know, you gotta like respect the other persons. Yeah you gotta respect the other person's time as well. So if a second call is warranted, you can schedule one as a follow up. But if not, the short check-in can be perfect time frame for both parties, you know?
So here's I would say here's what each call should probably include. It's like a quick professional update sprinkle with a brief personal update. It's that relevant if if that's relevant based on your you know relationship, the catalyst for your outreach.
Ohh, I saw that. You know you just you know, let's say for example you can say it's like, ohh, I saw that you changed companies. Oh, I saw that you change your community. Ohh, you're starting this new community, new NFC project, something like that. You know, something like a recall. It's it's perfect. You know you can just recall about what's going on in your personal or you know pretty much like like I said a catalyst for your outreach, you know and ask if you yeah and ask if you have an offer
All about networking, I would say the best. Like the best thing about networking is, is to help each other. You know, like Jesus and me, we're helping each other build this community together like Mumbai, boykov and if those turtles, right?
But I think it's much more powerful to be in this 15 or 20 minute call like you said short but crisp instead of writing and you don't really get to express how you maybe want to express things. So for me that's clearly big indicator for tight also networking because there's a networking we just right here and there sometimes. But then you have these tight good networks right, that I want to really also take care of because I know that I value these.
Wow, that's that's really insightful. Um, another thing I want to say is like when it comes to networking, it's very important to focus on learning. You know, most people have that. I would say dominant motivational focus, like what? Psychologists refer to this as either like a promotion or a prevention mindset, you know, so those in the former category I think primarily about the growth and advancement and accomplishment that networking can bring them while those in the ladder see it.
That's something they're obligated, you know, like me for example, I feel sometimes I feel ohh, I'm obligated to talk to this, you know, to this certain investor of my hedge fund because you know we have to connect even if even if we're not on the same energy level level. I just, I just feel obligated, you know, to take part because of professional reasons, you know.
So that's that. It's really important I would say definitely when it comes to networking, definitely like focus on work, like focus on learning about the other person and not just you know, just feeling obligated or something.
Yeah, I have, you know, met a lot of people from so many different cultures. I've traveled so much around the world and I came to know that a lot of people they're different. I mean some people we can't like really categorize people into you know, like like a big group or something. Everyone is unique and everyone needs different, I would say set off networking aspect, aspect like the way they connect and the way they express themselves, it's very different for.
Jesus, for example, I love talking to him like I don't. I I love talking to him for hours because I feel like I'm able to talk pretty much about anything without getting judged, you know? So I really appreciate that from you, Jesus.
Yeah, I was not. I was not shy at all. When I was talking to you. I really felt very comfortable. I didn't feel that. Ohh I'm gonna make a mistake or I'm. I'm just, I used the word, you know like overly. And I get conscious about that sometimes. And I didn't. I didn't feel that like no one's pointing me that. Ohh you know you are overly using the word you know you know it's all about communication right? So.
That's what it's really like, like these places, you know, they could be very stressful and tense, but why not make them a little more fun? That's like, you know, I go on these things and every time I've shocked things, shows or whatever, I think, man, people are stressed out. And I just feel like that's a four fun hours with people and talk about my project. And by the way, this is also something we have to implement in this show that we always mention our projects a little so people know what
Exactly, exactly. You know, it's all about, you know, a lot of people have great ideas. Like I also tweeted about this this morning that a lot of people like they have extremely good ideas, but how would they communicate to the masses, you know, so that's why it's very important to have a very, I don't mean to say like a big network, but, you know, it's, it's all about like the important people, you know, and then they spread your ideas. It's like a domino effect.
So yeah, that's that's true. So what are you building though? Like for people that never heard about you, what are you doing? Great, because it's very interesting with the traveling and I think the founder can always express his project the best to the people. So do it.
I would, actually. So before we jump to me, I would say I do want to ask the same question to you. What are you building? Yeah, what are you building? I would love to know. I would love to know and we'd love to learn, you know?
Yeah, that's to the name. But the name is not that important as what we do and we basically adow for people that don't know what that is. It's a decentralized autonomous organization or in simpler terms, you can imagine like a business and we are, if you take it literally down like a hedge fund slash venture capitalists kind of because we invest in startups and web, three businesses and this is kind of what.
These guys do, but we do it in a smaller scale because we just get funded by our NFT owners. So if we for example that depends on the market right now make a 1000 collection and we sell them for like 5 bucks, we will get I would say 50% I would put in a Treasury and that's what we have to work with. So it's obviously not like these big companies like CELINES for example where they work with bigger chunks. We would start small if in this market we're talking and.
Slash NFT company in the end, but is it turns us now and yeah that's kind of it. There's obviously more to it that we for example have the charity aspect, but that's also not completely formed out because the community that's the fun part will take part in this project. So we will make different votes on different decisions. For example, hey, we want to donate now X amount of money. Where should it be for the getting the plastic out of the ocean foundation or?
We will be different than other Daws because DAO itself is nothing new. What's interesting is that it's transparent, means you guys see every transaction we do. So if I buy or give money away or pay people, you see it. It's not like hidden behind the scenes and you guys don't know what happens. It's all laid down on the blockchain and we going to be fully transparent with the funds. So that's what I'm building.
Exactly. Feel free to come up. This is an open space. It's not like a shell space where you feel like, OK, everybody has to shell, but if you have something nice that you really feel like sharing, yes.
Alright then I'm just gonna give a little bit of intro about what I do and what I'm building. So I have this NFT collection, it's a 10,000 PFP NFT collection, it's called the Moonball Voyage Club and we pretty much give travel rewards as utilities. So again, that's so much people, so many people actually asked me that, how are you able to fund that? So how are we able to?
I think that is because we are, I mean I I also run a hedge fund in New York, it's called the Blue Team capital and we would pretty much be doing derivatives trading from the funds of you know whatever the NFT collection is getting right. And that's how I mean based on my past experience, I my aunt like my AUM has, I mean it's, it's I don't want to brag about it, but 2020.
Was 1100% and then 2021, 2020 one, it was about like 600%. This year again it was about like a 300%. So you know we are really good at this game and now I have been trading since 2013. So I do trust that experience and I do, you know I would love that if the community would trust that experience as well and that's how we would be able to support.
The whole travel part, you know, like the whole travel report card. Some people ask me like what do you mean by travel rewards? What I mean by that is we would be having monthly like like raffles, you know, and then we would have like curated like trips and everything and the raffle winners will get to have like a free trip. So everything is going to be paid for like for example your flight, even your visa, like let's say you are in a.
Different country and you know you require visa for that, for that particular, you know, location. So we would be also helping you with your visas and your flight tickets and your hotels and everything so.
So yeah, that's pretty much, pretty much us and me as a traveler. I've traveled like a lot of places and countries except Europe, but I've traveled a lot in Asia and, you know, South America as well. And I see that a lot of people kind of get trapped in that, you know, that tourist mentality. It's like they keep going to the same places and they don't, they don't really, you know, get to see the hidden locations. So my goal is to create that curated travel experience.
And I would also love you guys like if you if you if you love if you really love traveling and let's say if you also have traveling space or more like traveling friends for example. I mean just tell them that hey this is a community for web three travelers you know and if you love traveling if you have that wanderlust just just join the moon bar where it's.
So I would say we have different tiers. So if you go to our website, www.walk to moon.com, you would be able to see like a quest map. And in that quest map we have different tiers, more like different countries based on the tiers travel. So the first year again it's it's like, I would say the me, I'm pretty much like. I also like I said it on the discord server as well, it's going to be like a free trip for 20 people from New York.
To Miami in a private jet and it's a round trip. So we would be having that as the first, first raffle, you know, travel reward for our community. And then as we go ahead with our quest map, we would be increasing that number and we would be you know, curating pretty much even more expensive locations and expensive places for sure, you know. So that's again we are trying to do as we go ahead with our quest map.
Again our quest map is pretty much based on you know floor price of our Moon bows. I don't want to sound crazy but I do aim higher and I do want to say that our ultimate quest map or road map activation is if if like moonbow and FT floor price reaches 258 we will be having our ultimate space travel launch as well. Like I have been talking to two board directors of space.
It's a lot like bigger, higher aim. But I do, I do wanna, I am a long term, you know, I'm a long term visionary and I do see why not, right? Why not, you know, make this as a long term and not just short term.
Exactly. Like we never know like let's let's say like 10 like next 10 years, right. Like we might even achieve this quest map in the next 10 years or like next five years. We never know. We are very much early to this space you know and I do see that we can be, I mean I even see with Aptos with the long term perspective to be like we can be like one of those blue chip NFT projects.
Yeah. And that's why you have also the gut feeling that we could be a blue chip because we do the right things and we just have to keep doing it. And then it's kind of that's the ingredients to be a blue chip. Just have the good team and grind and don't, you know, make breaks or what just show up daily and do your thing.
Don't let the people behind and communicate with them, talk with them. What happens? Why are you delaying things? Or do you do? If you delay, tell them. Don't like just on the day, like Oh yeah, sorry, we couldn't do.
Just tell. Yeah. Just don't be like, don't be like Sam Bank Man who just said, oh, I'm sorry, I'm, you know, I'm, I fucked up and I'm sorry. Just don't be like him. You got to be very transparent about why you fucked up, you know what happened, what steps you took and where you went wrong. All those little things is very important when it comes to just, you know, communicating with your community members. You know, as a founder for sure, you've got to be really transparent and you got to also pu
All these smart guys, they just pop up in these spaces and sometimes not even big ones. You know, you have like 5 till 20, this is what I mean. This kind of sizes. Then you, you see some CEOs in there or something that you are afterwards and say, hey, I heard you speaking, I really like your vibe. I like the idea of what you're building and let's do something. I mean that happened to me many times. So that's why I'm talking about this.
Yeah, you don't expect. Yeah, you don't expect like you, you just meet random people, but then they turn out to be extremely influential in your life, you know? And you're so happy that you connected with them in the first place.
Yeah, yeah, yeah. And yeah, I that's what I said before. Like I really did take care of those relationships because I value them a lot, right. It's not like, yeah, yeah, I just know him, you know, it's not, it's not like, no, I'm really glad that I know him.
Yeah. And here's the thing, if if there is like a lot of NFT collection, I would say the, the goal of that particular NFT collection also like let's say you know like Jesus and me, we are vegans, right. And let's say there was a collection to support the vegan community and we would be able to meet other vegans, you know through that particular community. So that's the power and FT collection has got in into this space by you know just connecting the like minded people here in this space.
No, for sure. Like if you look at epus for example, people let's say who are, you know, who have this mindset of sustainable building and sustainable, you know, blockchain development. And also I would say, you know, just they just love turtles, for example, right? So people who who just love turtles, for example, like you know, they get to connect by just simply by minting it to straddle, you know.
Exactly. And once we like this community, we would be like, you know, we would be doing some alpha trades for the NFT collection and obviously like you know, pumping the full price up, I mean that's the goal, right?
Yeah, I mean this is pretty much interesting. Yeah, I mean it's it's a reality like that's why I really think that having flow price. I, I, I gave a, you know one week thought about it like is, is it a good idea to like include you know flow price in a road map or quest map. But I really think that, you know, since I am putting this long term goal right, like oh let's say if I reach a floor price of 250 that's when I do the space travel, you know, it's like ultimate, Ultimate.
Yeah. I mean, that's what you want to have people that have a vision that think long-term, um, yeah, for me long term was kind of five years thinking because I think if somebody survives one year in this crazy space, I mean, in Solana, you considered after six months in, oh, Gee, you know what I'm talking about.
Ohh for sure. For sure. Six months is like OHG. But again, we are very early. I mean we're like 1% of the people like even know what NFT's are and in general, you know, and then there's like this 10% who know about crypto and they're not in the NFT space yet.
Yep, Yep. Bouncy, I see is also in the listeners. Oh my God, bounce, you have to go on stage. Go on. I didn't hear him for days. And he's always like, he's shy going on stage. As he said, well, this is a small stage. Come on, hop on.
Yeah, bounce. Come on, bounce, bounce. And then maybe he's on the computer, but yeah, on the computer you need, uh, BlueStacks. That's what I'm doing. When I'm not on the computer, I need to use like this simulator that it thinks I'm using a phone. Really 2008?
Yeah, but yeah, bounces like a guy, you know, he talked the first time English to me, talking about connecting, you know, networking and stuff. I, I called him on WhatsApp on the FaceTime, just why not? And he instantly like, whoa man, you're the first guy I'm talking English to. And I'm like, really? So yeah, I'm always typing it only.
Good. I know. Yeah. But that was also like a friendship, you know, it was like we spent so much time we, we built our metaverse booth that we are in 30 minutes, the Metaverse kind of starting. They're starting them conference.
Yeah, uh, I I loved it. And I met him through discord, not like through Twitter because he was also a founder, but because Solana had the royalty switched off, he kind of cancelled his project. So, and he was an interesting project about trees. He wanted to rescue trees. Like it was called planted tree and 90% of the royalty would have been put to plan 3.
Ohh I actually I yeah I I actually know about that. I followed I think you have an Instagram account about that and I was following it as well. I was like oh you know, this is such a nice project I should support it. So yeah I definitely know about planted tree project.
Yeah, So what I told him is when we when we launched and then we go into the incubation place then we can do something like that. I mean why not launch it because then he kind of cancelled help our project to rise from the from the shadows. And yeah so very thankful for him and he's always showing up and he can, but he's also busy guy, designer like if you need websites or whatever, he's the guy for that.
Barcelona, Barcelona, Barcelona. I love Spain. It's like, I don't know. I, I I don't want to go off topic, but I really love the show. It's called La Casa de papel. Like, it's like, I I love, I love that show. Like it's it's my favorite, you know?
I haven't watched it completely, but like, I I watched like some. No, I haven't. Sorry about that. But here's the thing. I wanna give you some insiders. Like one of the moon balls. Like looks exactly like Lacasa de Papel character with, you know, the red jumpsuit and, you know, like the origami crane and everything. I love the professor. He's my guy right there.
And the language is super sexy. Language is very sexy. Like I love, I mean, you know, I'm, I'm from Florida, so I like, you know, I'm, I'm really used to listening to Spanish all the time. Like most of my friends, they're pretty much like, uh, I have a Spanish friend as well. Like her name is Sonia and she's from Spain. She used to go with me to college and everything. So yeah, I mean I'd love to connect again.
Yeah, yeah, bouncy. I mean he's on the chat right now. So I mean it's Celine is also now in the chat. So that's what is also the cool thing. If you really like a community, you go on the discord. Like she posted her food yesterday here and there. You know, like you connect like she's a chef call. My God. Like there was five star that looks so expensive with the saffron and the truffle oil or whatever. Like Oh my, that was 100 bucks right there on the one little bits and it doesn't even feed you.
I had a turtle pet like I think this year I had a turtle pet for like 2 months and it was pretty much like one of my neighbors had the turtle and she went, I think she went somewhere and she gave me her terror and I was clearing her terror for like 2 months, you know. So I've also had terrible, you know, Turtle as pet as well.
Yeah, I really think it's, it's uh, you know, again, when it comes to networking, uh, it's very important to you know, have some impact as well. It's not just like, you know, getting the getting together a community, but it's also like as a founder you're supposed to impact that whole community in a good way, in a, in a positive way, you know?
Umm, that's how I felt when I met Aslan. He didn't exactly like that and I felt like that because in the space I mentioned yeah I know investment wise I'm not really you know the the the best in that case I want to have these professionals and then he DM me like hey I'm one of those. You know I have a hedge fund and this and Oh my God and yeah that was just such a blessing and yeah he's even showing updating our this got kind of daily. He's very busy with his partner does. So yeah we we.
That's why we really take care of both sides. It's not because if it's one sided it's also not cool, right? Like if you have the networking and only the one side is always like you know, trying to reach out and connect, the other side is too busy or doesn't, I don't know feel the importance of it then I I it's like it should be always on both sides, otherwise it just makes not too much sense. Obviously it makes still sense for the business.
That's, that's that's that's what, you know brings me up to one of one of my power tips is, you know when you're trying to network every time remember give before you receive. You know giving is very it's it's like a bliss like always trying to give before you try to receive any sort of help. You know because one of the biggest like networking mistakes people make is like they jump. You know like it's like jumping the gun when asking for a favor. It's like oh I need this favor, favor, favor, fav
Like, I can't even emphasize this enough. Like if you want to form a relationship with other person, you really need to 1st show them that you're valuable. You know they're, you know this this connection you are forming, they will also benefit from this, you know. So that's that. I mean you know and.
Yeah. And and also you have to think of both sides. Like for example, my case, this hedge fund manager, right. He has money enough. So for him, money is not the issue, right. But if you have, for example, someone like me that has the nicer vibration, feels good to talk about. You feel that. And he felt that too. And he said, man, I want this kind of vibe around this space more. So I'm going to push you so hard that, you know, everybody knows you kind of like he wants to see me succeed and that's
At some point that's what people may be also learned from listeners because there is most people that strive for that, you know getting the money and that's what they only care about. But then when you finally get to the point you you notice money is cool but the connection is much better because for example if if he talks to me then it always feels like also you talk to a therapist you know you can talk about like Celine said she can talk about whatever doesn't you judge that's yeah.
I can talk about I I can talk about anything to Jesus. And I don't feel like I'm getting just just because a lot of people like especially when it comes to you know a little bit spiritual talks I do about and they're like oh you're a traitor. You're supposed to be thinking rationally and everything. Why are we getting emotional and why are we get you know all that it's it just makes me feel that I don't connect with that person. You know because first person that does does is like judging me bas
So it's really important. Like, you know, again, when it comes to networking, always listen and never, never judge people what you know they're trying to do in the space. It's, you know, it can be really helpful for you later as well.
The most important thing is always, always have like a very strategic introduction, you know, some just don't say like, hey and just vanish like that. A really important thing is, you know, you introduce yourself in a very strategic way, you know, and not just, hey, good morning and blah, blah, blah, you know?
So if there's a specific person you hop, you know, like really hoping to connect with like let's say Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, doesn't matter. Like, you know, you really at least know that. You know, like at least know that person's background as well. I, I don't mean to say like stalk that person's account, but at least know something you know about them before you start, you know, jump into that conversation with them. So that's that.
They didn't really speak in Hindi at home. So that's why, you know, that's just me. Yeah. And. And another thing I could say maybe is it's because I have French ancestors. My maiden surname is actually Raul. Yeah, it's Raul. And you know, a lot of like, French dudes, like, they came to India and they got married and stuff.
Started all Web three career or like for example earlier I was in sports industry so I used to work in sports industry, traditional sports. So from there I moved to esports and gaming and yeah after that I moved to Web three. But so basically I was very lucky in that three hours not aware of how things work and all everything and how to manage the community community.
So basically I met this person over LinkedIn has his name is James, so he's the CEO of Accelerate Solutions. So basically what this what this organization does is this train people for free the way you said earlier like giving, giving to the community is the is the way of getting something back from them.
So this guy, basically he trailed a lot of people to be community manager, moderators, giving out free certificates and help them to understand how to manage communities, lots of lots of stuff. So so for me I would I would definitely say that James was the person who who is very important and that's how I measure the LinkedIn is the only networking.
Professional side where I met him and I was I was just browsing LinkedIn and I was just looking after things like basically I used to work for a very very big company in India which is which is into gaming and fantasy games. So they had a big layoff and due to due to recession they had a big layoff and I was looking. I was just wondering what.
That's what what next and what I have to do. So, so, so one day I was just browsing LinkedIn and I found James Post. I liked it really. I liked that particular post a lot. And then I connected with him. Then I was took up the course, which was for 11 days. And yeah, in that course, like I I get to learn a lot, like a lot of things about how to manage.
Community, how to how to talk professionally, how to how to follow some etiquettes which are really important to manage a community. So James was the first person and the next person. I would say it was Jesus because he's the he's the next person who like I was. I was still rookie and I'm still rookie. I'm still understanding this space and Jesus was the second person who who gave me the opportunity.
To at least moderate his community. And I wanted to make sure that Jesus isn't the the the project that isn't like something. What do you say? Yeah, it's it's not a rug or something like that. So what I wanted to do is I I wanted to know everything about the project. So I made sure to stay in one of his ask me anything AMA.
And yeah, I asked him a lot of stuff. Like, I think I'm the one person who kept on asking him so many questions, so many stupid questions, and then when I felt, OK, this is the right project I can start something with.
Yeah, Debbie's also she's she's uh in our community and team for a while. I would say 2 weeks. She also just found out probably through spaces I think but she also did. I mean like hey can I volunteer and check it out and just want to learn? I sure, why not and.
Yeah, I'm pumped. It's going to be cool, bro. So what are you guys doing today? You're talking about the power of networking through communities. Oh, this is a great example of this. So basically what's happening is if you guys ever been to like a conference, let's say like a trade show, it's a booth and another booth and 100 boost down this road of every kind of person that you can imagine doing NFT's. So this would be like the fastest networking that you could possibly do from your living room
So, and it's free if you guys like to come to it, you can roam around and go from Booth to Booth. I know the turtles have a booth there. I'm going to come over and hang out as well. So just something kind of fun for networking that we're doing today.
So yeah, the booth is closed. I unfortunately, I can't get you a booth today, but I can get you a book for the next one that comes up. But quickly, if you just want to kind of walk around, I'll drop the link down there for you guys and you can check it out. But yeah, you definitely want to Booth there. It's pretty awesome.
Yeah. For real? No, it's nice. Bouncy made our booth. So yeah, that's why he clapped. He knows how fun this is. Like, this is the matter virus. And we have music and playing. We have a slide show, my YouTube video. It's just dope.
Awesome, dude. Yeah. It's morning for us. We're all getting ready to roll here on the East Coast New York time. So I'm pumped, bro. I'm ready to ride. It's good that you guys be coming. Stop by. It's all about that networking. That's so true.
Ohh, OK. OK. I mean I would love to like just recall a little bit. So the first tip I was gonna give, I mean I gave it already was about, you know, giving before you receive. So it's like one of the biggest. Like I would. I was saying that the biggest, like networking mistakes people make is jumping the gun when asking for a favor, you know, so they're like, oh, you know, can you do this for me? Can you do that for me? You know, so they don't really understand that it's important to make the oth
You are also going to benefit, you know them in this relationship you're trying to form, you're trying to, you know, establish through this networking, you know. So I really think the first, most important it's the golden rule. Always, always remember to give before you receive.
And here's the thing, another thing I was, you know, also saying about is just have like a very strategic intro as well. So if you're trying to, you know, say, you know, if you're trying to connect to someone, just don't say, hey, what's up? Like, you know, I really think if you're trying to do networking for a professional purpose, always try to enjoy yourself in a very, very strategic way. So that was pretty much, I mean I forget like what I said earlier, but these were like my top two things.
I really wanted to share and as well and another part I could also say is definitely deepen your network pool. So it's like the more similar someone is to you the more comfortable right it it feels to connect with them and that's why our network in general they're homogeneous and that's that's the whole purpose about NFT collection and the goals is like for me for example you know Moomba Voyage Club, right it's it's an it's a community for travelers you know people who love traveling and they ca
Here like the travel bucket list and you know, those hidden places they they've been to and all that. So it's pretty much about getting together, building that, you know, community of wealthy travelers through our collection. So again, that's a very homogeneous collection. The same thing with aptus turtle, right?
Like it to Seattle, for example, like it's all about, you know, I wouldn't, OK it's a little different. I wouldn't call it completely homogeneous because they also have different goals. But again it's, it's, it's bringing together a lot of people with like mindedness, you know, and you know that's that.
Good points. I love that. No, it definitely that's something that you need to exhibit is not going in and asking for something for sure. And I'll try to find out too. It's good to plug people together. That's one of my favorite things to do too. So if I know Bob that can do something for like Sally, I'm like, you guys have got to meet. And then from there, it's not something that you need to handle and be responsible for and you can hook up a lot of those and not be stressed out about it. So yea
That's what I do on a daily basis, man. Just connect good people together and like hey I know DJ for the matter was ohh really. Yeah like yeah that's really fun man. But yeah just tighten it connecting. I love like with you guys you know Hannibal and Orsoline Esslin. Like I I tried literally to build like a hedge fund and you guys have hedge funds and know exactly how to help me. You know like these relationships like it's like a mentor relationship. You know for me I value it so high. Like man,
No, I feel you. It's exactly right, brother. So yeah, if you guys want to stop by at this thing today, there's gonna be a lot of people there. And also people are gonna be, there's like a an area that's a stage and then there's gonna be speakers on it throughout the entire day too, of, you know, talking about being founders of this stuff and going through the whole entire situation of web 3 and whatnot. So this is exciting. I'd like, I'd really like to maybe get you up there to speak, Celine, bu
I actually signed up for it like, uh, I think when I joined the Discord server, I actually signed up for it. I didn't really know. I was not really aware that it was today. But thanks for letting me know. I would love to, you know, just stop by.
Yeah, I I was, I was not. I was not aware that it was going to be today. So it's, it's nice to know. See, that's the power of networking again. You know, through Twitter spaces you also get information and updates about what's going on.
Mm-hmm. And you don't have to research it yourself because they have their networks. Like Hannibal has its own group, right. So he also catches, he's in spaces a lot. So he is like an information ball of fresh information that's always important, right up to date. And yeah, that's what we do in spaces, right? Share information, like right now we share.
I have to show them we learn something new and like, OK, that's good. Like maybe I should give first and then maybe later I get something much greater instead of just like I I want this, I want this, I want this, I want this, I want this.
You already, you already doing great, bro. Like I I can tell like from your energy, right? You are the giver for sure. You're not a taker, you know. You love helping people. You love you know, just connecting people in general, you know?
Yeah, like 10 people because I'm 22 times here and you 2. So, yeah, like we are still a handful of people in here. So I like that around the world. Don't forget that I I really find that fascinating because before the Internet, I was never even thinkable of like if somebody would tell, yeah, we said somewhere, you know, like I'm in the basement, for example.
I was thinking like a trust me like we kind of jinxed here because I was like thinking the same thing that ohh you know before Internet this was not possible. Usually like saying it right now it's it's funny.
Go ahead and try it time, right. And you know, coming years there's gonna be like even more digital like metaphors and a lot of metaphors users. And you would be able to, you know, just connect to people you know, just by simply like just being on the bed and doing nothing, I mean, you know.
Yeah, there's just that one only scary thing where we think, Oh my God, the world is getting 2 digital and people just don't get away from their phones and VR glasses and leave the house like always belongs.
But I I really think, I I really think that it's, it's kind of like efficient when it comes to you know, our networking like this by you know, instead of going to like physically going to conferences like let's say an EFT and wyc for example, right. People like they're like flying there and all the time they're like flying into different countries and everything. So I really think that you know what Hannibal is doing with the Metaverse conference, it's, it's one of the like next steps like next
Uh, when it comes to. Yeah, yeah, yeah, definitely think digital. It's, it's, it's digital. It's definitely more and more and more efficient when it comes to networking, you know. And yeah, but if you guys still want to travel, I mean.
Yeah, yeah. I think there's multiple NFTS that will survive as long as they have a powerful team that doesn't give up. Like doesn't matter what the floor price is. For example, if the floor price shouldn't matter for you, if you have the funds and you can trade with it, right? Because if you don't fuck it up, use project would be sustainable just from your trades because it's profitable at the moment, at least I would think it stays like this. But yeah, that's that's something really considerabl
That's why they fail. That's why they say 99% fail over time, because they have no sustainability. They didn't even think about that. They don't even know how that works. They just not. OK. Min funds. OK, I got a little, but I spend it. And what now you know? And then it's all gone. Yeah, well, I gotta gotta close the project up. I have no funds left.
So that's why I'm bullish on your project just because of your experience. I know if I invest in a project, there's a good chance that it has a long term potential because you know how to make money and that's what you need in this space, like you need money to sustain.
Hey, you are really in the jungle. Like, I don't hear her voice crack or anything. I really think you're. Yeah. Every time you speak there's like this weird disgruntled like voice, like it's it's crazy, you know? Yeah.
I'm trying to I'm trying to discover if there could be possibility for projects not being rocked, because some years back I used to love crypto. I used to love investing in crypto, but most of the platforms end up crashing, so I think I lost it. Then I just didn't. I wasn't interested anymore crypto but with the.
Perfect projects like Naturalism would still go rock. But I think that's the major fear for people not venturing into week three. So if there could be way too have more sustained projects, then I believe a lot of people are still coming, yeah. So that's just what I feel.
Yeah, we all feel like, you know, definitely there's way more power, you know, in the web three world world. And we, you know, believers like Debbie, right, we need more believers like Debbie in the web 3 space for sure. You know, and again, like again like why NFC communities can, you know, bring that belief in general because you know.
It's it got me like a lot of passive income. It, you know, it sent me all the way to Italy for, you know, in our case, for example, or it sent me all the way to Spain, you know, and I never, you know, it, it sent me to a dream location, for example. You tell that, oh, you know, my dream travel places. I want to go to Bali, for example, you know, and you tell that to us and we have it for you, you know.
Yeah, I mean if you if you look at history, right, the reason why there were different countries, right, it was you know, it was definitely like to separate a certain group of people like India for example, they separated themselves and then Europe again like they have different countries, you know, but I pretty much NFT collections is like countries in the web three world. You know, it's like you have your same ideas, your similar ideas, your similar goals. You're sharing it as a country, as an
Exactly. Exactly. Like we we're gonna have like moon currency or like moon fine or something in the future. I don't know. And people will be like people in in my community right. They will be trading you know, moon coin for example. You know. So that's again like everything is going digital and it just blows my mind to see how potential this can be you know?
And that's why we here, I think, yeah, we we see the potential and that's I think everybody that's listening right now like thumbs up or down if you believe in the future of web 3 because my sense would say that you wouldn't be here if you wouldn't believe in it so.
Then we're gonna make it happen, you know, because sometimes people have issues. They don't know how to market it. They don't know how to bring a digital or whatever. And because we went this way, we can help you, right? And yeah, we say community first. So yeah, we want to incubate ideas.
Yeah, why not? It's all a community project. Why not support the community with their dreams? Like if Debbie has a dream to have an online shop or whatever she wants and it's, it's, it makes sense. The idea we're gonna support it and then we just have to negotiate. Like what do you wanna give up for the money we give you for example, right. Like if you say, hey, I need 10,000 or 5000, how much percentage, for example, do we get from the business? This is like stuff obviously, right? We want the
Who's scrap where it makes it so bad? Yeah, I actually go downstairs on the computer because I feel the quality is better and then it's worse. Wow, that's something else. But yeah, amazing. And we got caviar also here, the founder social talk. I like that.
It's an open space. You can definitely raise your hand and you know if you like to talk and share your experience with, uh, you know how networking changed your life, or, you know, got an important person in your life, you know you're free to talk.
OK. Thank you. Thank you and nice space. I found you on our own project space called NFT. Talk about space. Uh, we, you know we are we're helping people find spaces so that they can find these kind of nice conversations and that's what we do. Uh, it's a, it's a site where you know you all the open spaces on NFTS are indexed and we kind of provide the audio, if you're recording it provide the audio or the transcripts and all those things to Web 2.
Folks who need to find these spaces come over and learn about all this good stuff that you guys are talking about. So that's my bit. But you know, I don't want to talk about my project. I just think that it's a very good, very good topic. Umm, you know, NFT communities need to network, learn each other and learn, learn about each other and grow from there. Because you know, if we are all talking just to ourselves, it's not gonna grow. We have to bring in outside people and inviting.
People like me being able to speak to you. Uh, that's that's the way to do it. So invite, you know, if you host spaces, invite, invite others to let them speak and and that's the way we grow each other, right. Thank you.
That is wow. I love it. It's absolutely right, you know. And again, that comes down to our main topic, right the power of networking through communities and spaces and all the digital platform out there.
Exactly. And, you know, I, I find, I find social audio, which is the Twitter spaces and, you know, anywhere where you're using your voice, the ultimate networking tool. Because right now I'm driving to a bagel store. And I was in a, I was in a pharmacy, you know, and then I was, I'm driving to a bagel store and I'm not looking at the phone, but I'm talking to you just like I'm answering a a normal phone call and it's perfectly multitasking. Uh, you know, it's just it's.
Something that you can do very easily without any needing, needing to, you know, pay attention to light camera or anything like that. So it's a beautiful platform sort of Twitter spaces, Umm and there will be more and more social audio. Umm and I I would, I would say that everybody from anywhere and we heard some folks talking about their experiences from India and that was amazing. Like because you know you can you can talk from all different countries and we can hear each other. And I think it
I actually invested, you know, most of my, you know, free resources, my companies resources to uh, to social audio, just to help make that, you know, discoverable, make more, make people on on the Internet find these spaces and we have more, more ideas of what we want to do. But I just wanted to share that if these rooms are found and people can find them and come over and listen to you more, they will learn so much and we all benefit, right?
Absolutely, absolutely. I'm actually on the website right now. It's called NFT talk dot space. It's a beautiful website and you know, it's so, I mean I'm actually very proud that you're actually doing this because you know, again, Twitter algorithm can be really fucked up and you don't, you know, you don't find beautiful spaces like a lot. I mean it's pretty much like this one, for example, right, where we know we are from different parts of the world just connecting. So I really love your websi
Sure. Uh. And one of The thing is, you know, I just want to point out that as a speaker and host and everyone, this goes for everyone. If it is about NFT, if it is about web three, if it is about, you know these things, we are able to create, create an index and and share that. And we also gamified that for speakers and hosts, we kind of rank them. So you can check out where you stay, you know where you are at, how much time you have clocked in two spaces and maybe.
Too much, maybe too little. And so we gave me fight and we actually give them a reward. And I don't want to, you know, this is not the space to talk about my project, but I will tell you that just take a look. Umm, there are over 80,000 speakers and hosts are being indexed and ranked and there are more than 200,000 spaces that we have seen over the nine months beta and we're gonna be releasing a full version and the end of December. And the cool thing is?
You know, you can benefit beyond this in networking that we are bringing in affiliate marketing, all those things to help NFT projects spread their, you know, project. Instead of them talking about the project all the time and which is impossible, let others who like love your project, you're super fans be part of it. So there's lots of things coming. But again I'm sorry for taking the time to talk about things like that but I just wanted to share because it goes with your with your main topic.
Wow. Wow. Well you can actually talk a little bit more. I mean we're here. We would love to know more because you know, it's it's very like you know to the topic about you know the power of networking. So we would actually love to you know hear you talk a little bit more about you know what you do with the FT top dot space because I I went to the website and it's a beautiful website.
Thank you. Uh well, and after you talk and if you talk is just the tip of the iceberg because I I'm more interested in social audio, the whole thing, which is, you know Twitter has that Twitter spaces. I are you familiar with clubhouse?
OK, so Cloud House has two social audio. So I think social audio is such a great powerful tool because the voice, the tool, the main tool goes with us, right? We can be in a in a in a vacation. You know, like this is the holiday season starting next week. My my kids are off school. I I don't want to spend too much time doing anything other than playing with them. But I still can't be on spaces like this. Umm. And so social audio is connected to these big mega companies, to the spaces, cloud hous
Others, we are trying to free it. We are trying to build an open source version so that you can run it on your own. Just like you run a WordPress website, you can run your own social audio platform. That's the mission of our company. But we're not there yet. So in order to go there, we're showing, hey, if we can't build that yet, let us show you how we can build something around somebody else's sandbox, which is to the spaces. And so we put all this analytics, we put all this discovery tools and
In interest people saying look if we if you had your own you would be able to have all that plus the control. And when people have control over their social audio, if they can build the community and they it's their terms and condition that is freedom and that is the vision of our ultimate vision of our company. But we are far from it. So we we decided that whatever we have which is 2 spaces, let's work with that, show people how interesting it would be and bring monetary.
Monetary support like if you are if you are just coming onto the spaces listening or talking and learning about projects and and you you really like like something you should be able to get a supported and the project should be able to support it. So we're bringing in things that will help that uh you know these are not what we're doing is NFC talk is just a small community but we're going to go into sports talk music talk and imagine if we have all that we will cross link them so people on spor
That are liking our source talk we will say hey you like our product would you like to go to an FG talk and they will probably what is NFT and they come over here and find these spaces. So we're hoping that'll happen on web two in a starting in January. And so you know we're excited about it and it's it's a company based in California we are we are 21 year old technology company in enterprise space but we decided to go build this social audio platform you know because this is the next Gen.
I really love the idea when you you know when you talked about getting you know people from the web 2 space to the web three community. Because as, as as you know when it comes to marketing and you know a particular NFT project, they always say that just market to a web three people and just don't even think about web two people because it's going to be a little bit more harder. But again I really think that from your platform it's, it's, it's, it's actually giving opportunity to people from the
Even learn about you know like just what NFTS are in general, right. And you know my community for example, we are you know, like we're like pretty much like for travelers. So it's like, you know we try to connect other travelers from.
Platform, right? Who love traveling. We love to talk about traveling, but then they are from the web 2 space, but they don't know much about, you know, what Web three are. So again, this is like another really great synergy where we can establish, you know, tour like a wider audience as well. So I really love what you're doing here, you know?
And and if you are talking about traveling on Twitter spaces, imagine getting ranked for it and then imagine getting sponsorship for what your project or your your topic, that's the kind of thing that needs to be there so that people can benefit. And and you know I think that you know selling NFT is one thing but having a team of people sell it for you because they believe in your product or service or NFT, that's the way the world is.
Selling, right now the world is selling through social, you know, social selling which is you know people are using affiliate links. I mean if you look at the YouTube channel with with 5000 subscriber and and then you look at the channel with 50,000 fifty million subscriber, sometimes the YouTube channel with the 5000 subscriber is actually making more money. I'll give you a simple example photography. And when you go to a high end photography, you know like a person who's talking about really e
Razor $4000 lenses, you will see that there is not many people following them because not many people can buy them but they have a small audience. But guess what would they have affiliate links in the description that when people like what they're reviewing, they click on that and buy that $5000 camera from BNH or Amazon or whatever. And this person is making money through that more than the YouTube, you know, YouTube, YouTube giving them for advertising because you know so similar concept needs
No. So I was just saying that when these kind of concepts from from come into play in these spaces, people are going to be more energized, more interested because there is definitely we are spending our most valuable time. We were giving each other the free time that we are giving each other. Now somebody, some people have agenda like I have a project, right. So I came in to, I found this, this, this, you know this space and I knew this is aligned with what I'm doing. So I thought that if I get
Well, listen, which I tried in the first, I actually don't like shilling. You know that that's really the wrong way to approach things. But but at the same time, if you don't talk about tools that can help the community, then they will never learn. And so I think that we're giving our free time, but if we can add one more layer that sometimes we can monetize that because we are an expert in certain topic like travel. And if you're talking about international travel or travel to a specific area,
You become your voice your social voice get ranked and then that ranking should be used for sponsorship for deals and things. So and that's that's monetization and when that happens for folks they will be providing value because it makes it also make sure that you know they have they have in income coming in from it without the income only people with you know luxury like I I don't have to derive an income from social audio you know I but I can come in and talk about.
The project which is in indirectly deriving in a potential exposure, but so that's one thing. But some people actually want to derive income by talking about the things they love and and that's what you know this will do. Just like on YouTube we see all this, all this content providers creating content and I really think Twitter is going to go that way directly. I think Elon Musk is going towards that creator economy. I don't, don't ask me how I know it, but I live in Silicon Valley. I am connec
In technology and I I don't live in Silicon Valley leave at 100 miles away from it but but I I just think that it is going to be a creative economy is going to uplift Twitter. If he goes forward I think he's going to go for he's going to uplift Twitter make Twitter one of the biggest creator economy which means content you provide either you know blogging content or video content or conversation which I really think is the ultimate one and that's my bias but if you provide content why can't you
Something from it just, you know, in addition to followers and other things. So that's what I'm hoping this will happen. But you know, there's a lot of controversy, a lot of things around it, so we don't know. So I'm hoping that it'll be a good thing for us.
I'm really happy that you showed up and I'm really glad that you also talking about your project because for me, I also don't like shilling. But yeah, like I said, it's necessary and it fits. So it's not really shilling. If you say, hey, I do something that could help you guys, right? It's like selling without selling.
And and if I can say and I came to your room. I started listening to the room and I saw how you approach the the the other speakers and I saw that it is a positive room. It is a room where information is shared. It's not about the host and you know the co-host shilling something and it's just dominating that. It wasn't like this. I felt comfortable. So you guys are the winners you guys actually made that room comfortable and you know the the I will tell you we tracked rooms with.
800,000 people we track rooms with two people. I love these small rooms the rooms when when your room will grow to hundreds of you know like thousands then you will you will have difficulty managing it you know because it's just too many people wanting to talk and and not getting frustrated not being able to talk for after so long. But smaller room 1500 people is the ultimate rooms. These are the townhouses. These are the town halls of of our conversation and what I'll tell you is that you know
In our platform, soon as we become 1.0, you will know when is the best time to host because guess what, after seeing 200,000 spaces, if you wanted to know, hey, when is the best time to talk about travel, and I mean, I'm located in Germany, you should be able to, we should be able to help you with that. And that's the kind of thing that comes from analytics and we need that information so that you don't open up a space in like if I open up a space Monday morning in California, right.
Very little chance that I will get people coming over because it's the work day is the first day of the work will look like next week is is the holiday week. This is the first time we are for our software to experience this one week of school. Schools are out. Every every parent is you know, pretty much relaxed and maybe they will join more spaces or maybe not. We will know that and if we know that, can we share that with you? This is the kind of thing that helps you build the you know, they exp
I like Thursdays, I like Fridays and you know so you you wouldn't have these kind of insights from us, our system which is able to get this publicly. You don't have to sign up. A lot of people say you know, do I have to sign up? No, you don't have to sign up. Sign up is you can customize your experience and sign up means your profiles and things looks better. But don't sign up. Don't trust me just look at the public information that we are providing and based on that make you know decide if you
Gamified thing. But you don't have to do that. I mean, I'm. I'm, I'm. I'm often told that don't. Why do you tell people not to sign up? Because the more people sign up, and I'm not here to this. Sign up doesn't. You know, sign up is great if you want to customize, but what we want to do is show you that Twitter is a sandbox. We are playing with somebody else's sandbox and this is all we can do. But if you had the sandbox for yourself, you had the whole thing, then imagine the power that you will
It's a little bit far because of the market condition and and the in the the venture cap space is right now not looking that great but it is a little bit better since Elon Musk took over. But I think you know once that happens we would be able to put a lot more resources. Thank you.
I just actually like uh, connected my Twitter with the NFT talkspace and I'm just like exploring the website, you know, it's, it's, it's like I I'm gonna tell like it's it's really like like really good website for sure. And it's you know, I'm seeing a lot of like spaces as well. And hey Jesus, we would be able to like you know, just share ideas as well. You know, just just by you know, putting ourselves out there. None of the platform. So yeah.
Can I tell you one more thing, which is and we have. I have not told anyone. Let me see if anybody, anybody follows me here. Here. I don't see it. There was a friend. Ohh. Slava is here. Slava is my friend. So Slava is a great technology guy and you know he's he's an awesome awesome guy. But I'll tell you that we have decided that after December we will not accept sign ups. Meaning you cannot sign up. The reason we cannot sign up is that we want to we we more people question the sign up.
The more people think that we are collecting something from them we are not. But what we're going to do is that you can only sign up after December through one of our ambassadors meaning people who trust, we trust and let them let them figure out how to tell you what this is about because I'm not going to be able to do that every day of the week. So what I what my board and I decided that you know what the there in Web three a lot of people are don't want to trust people don't want to trust them
We don't make it public. We're using public information to index this. But if you sign up we do need to ask Twitter do you are you who you are? Like when you say hey I am this could be revenue. We tell Twitter that authorize this tell us that this is actually this person. So that's that they're like oh that's a big deal we don't like OK if you don't want to do that don't do that. So what I have decided along with my board that you know what let's cut the contention let let's let's make that a th
F-24 plus ambassadors that they will, they will have to somebody will have to talk to them to get into the system and so we're going to actually close the sign up and make it that you have to know our folks that are not paid by us. These are not people employees. These are people who trust us and become our ambassadors. Let them, let them you find them and talk to them say what is an empty talk? Is it safe, is it something good and if you don't hash it out with them then you should not have a cu
Ambassadorship is open. We are taking ambassadors, people with communities. So what Ambassador does is you know you you you get a sub sub domain link and then simply if you promote that people sign up through you and you know you kind of are coaching them into like hey this is useful or not. And that's kind of the ambassador thing and there's a benefit in a benefit. You know there's a benefit on features and functions for ambassadors but that's a moot point right now because it doesn't give you
Potentially you are getting enough tokens that that eventually could turn into a Web 3 token if there is venture cap and things like that. But that's again it's just a it's just something that I cannot you know that's not a big deal to me but but you know we we are so careful that we don't want people to think that we are we are taking data from you. That's one of the things people think is that you know by authorizing Twitter, Twitter if you create an account ohh, I'm giving my tweet. No we don
Spaces which are public and I can get that without needing an account connection and only reason you do the account is I want to be part of it so that you can be, you know you can you can have more control over your profiles.
A lot, a lot. I I this is actually like one of my most like I'd love the space because I got to learn a lot you know because like I said I had no idea you know this existed and I really love what you're building you know and it's it's it's it's very much similar to what we are doing. You know, it's like building your community right, building your community and not just with NFTS with other ideas as well like traveling or like photography for example. You know so I really appreciate what you're
You know the what cool is? You say you categorize it, right? Like spiritual topic. For example if I make a spiritual talk then people could type in spiritual and then they fight me, right? Because right now you couldn't really.
Exactly like the Twitter algorithm, again, it's like it's not really, you know, really the best thing. Again, this is a very powerful like tool, you know, and where people can find you on a category basis, you know.
Thank you. Can I can I tell you some of the things that you can immediately benefit from? So as a user, I mean this is where being a user makes sense. So let's say as a user you have, you're recording this space. This space will last on Twitter for 30 days. After that it disappears, actually disappears sooner. If you're an active Twitter person, you're going to post, post, post and then this, this, this space is going to go down there in the bottom of the thing. Nobody's going to see it. What we
Our system log in, log in once and it remembers but but then you can request that it will already know that this space you will it will say you there's a section called my spaces within your dashboard and you go there you'll see your spaces that that are we track meaning it has NFTS QR or #nft or hashtag web three that we we publish what hashtags we we track on the talk it's very focused on NFT so now you click on and make a request for audio it will create an audio and archive it for you so tha
At full audio and download the MP3 OG all kind of versions of audio. Then it will also create a complete transcript for you. So people can find the transcript search it. So imagine the power of those two things. If you can take that audio and create a podcast and guess what we offer automatic feed like you have RSS feed for your WordPress website. We have Jason feed for your more more intelligent websites that are more complicated. All this is there. We don't talk about it because we are.
Seal .8 we're not one point. Once we are 1.0, we'll have hundreds of videos talking about how what and you know there's more activity. But with the tool today, audio if if you get the audio and then use the audio for share that audio anywhere you like and download it for your own own podcast and other things. So those are already there. Those are already there. It also creates an automated profile for you, and that profile tells people you know, how long have you been doing spaces?
What what have we seen do you do it you know who and your latest tweets all this it just creates a basically web page for you and that's that's for web two to find and that's I'm I'm hoping someday some oh it's all free there will be never a charge for NFT talk. NFC talk is our first instance of our product and which is not complete because remember I said that we are not we're trying to build an open source Twitter space and we can't do that without millions and millions of dollars so until the
We are just going to showcase that we can't build Twitter space, but we can attach to Twitter space. That's what, that's what the NFG talk is. But you will see sports talk, music talk in fact. And there's a community within the nest called ENS, which is basically the etherium domain system. I don't know if you guys are familiar with it.
Yeah, so they that community is, I mean we know the traffic, I can tell you that is the biggest NFT community right now. It has overtaken the NFT art community. So we see that internally. So NFTS community wants their own talk version. So we community is big enough and I know a whole bunch of folks there and they're saying, you know, we want to be ranked among ourselves, not with everybody else. So fair enough. So we create, we are creating ENS talk after the holiday week.
After next week, we're going to provide them with ENS talk, which is just going to be focused on this. Now if you we talk, we, you talked about travel, travel talk is already in our radar. If you go to social talk dot space, you will see that we have sports talk music to all these things. We want to, we want to provide umbrella would be social talk, but Umm, but you know, if if we see communities that needs their own own kind of version, I don't see why we can create that. So it's just that know
It makes sense to give them because ranking within your topic or genre is the more important than ranking with everybody else. Why do we have to care about the, you know, the, the crypto guys of the world, they're just going to rank because everybody thinks they're going to make a quick buck, right? But you're trying to build something else. So I don't think ranking with crypto guys, you know, that's why we have crypto talk as well, but we kind of don't. I mean we have it because we we we starte
Sub communities and we want to separate them by knowing those communities. So ENS is 1 identified and they are ready to go and they are willing to you know kind of use that. So like OK if you're going to use it then it's there. So if I learn about your community and you say we need our own we can create that instance for you. It's not like you can go click on create the whole you know, environment but we create that for free so that you have this you know your ranking your your, your audience is
I think you would be definitely one. We gotta be talking a lot about spirituality, you know, even if we don't, you know, we might not talk a little bit about NFTS, but yeah, bro, like, Jesus, we gotta get on this, you know, platform. I just connected it. And I'm like so happy that this exists because like you said, you know, the total algorithm, it's going to put your space like all the way to the bottom and you don't even get that exposure, you know, really, really powerful, you know?
And if you guys want to be uh, like if you check it out later if you like it and you want to be an ambassador please let me know because it does have benefit. And uh you know I think that you know of course community leaders should be you know leading leading their communities and and being an ambassador of you know conversation tool could could be helpful for others. You know I I'll tell you Jesus I I think you're talking about spiritual. We do have a domain called God God talk dot space. We ha
We want to enable so many things. So we just want to finish the version one like in a .82 point one is, is just the end of December. Once we do this, we're going to just cookie company, you know, open this up to any topic that we think is is going to go there. Sports is a big one. Music is a big one. I think health and health talk is big one. In fact, you know, I'm a big supporter of space called you know that that is hosted by Tim Brown. He does mental health and it's a beautiful space every Sa
Really for me in the in California time. But Tim Brown is one of our one of our ambassadors and he he does mental health. He has nothing to do with NFT but doesn't have to be NFT because NFT is just one of the things right. So we have so many things in our lives. So I can't wait to put all this together and if you are part of an F talk Now then you will be able to hop into the other ones without needing to create accounts and things like that because you are the OR the early bird 1st 100,000 use
Are are going to have the privilege of everything that you know that other people are not going to get because we just don't want to give her the house and so anyway so much time I talk to you I don't want to hog anymore. Thank you for letting me please DM me if you are you know if you have any interest to continue with the you know further we can we can talk about your community and you know we can expose more about how these communities are out there. We have features and things coming out tha
Uh you know I would love to see know more about your uh, communities beyond the networking things and and see how we can you know all all figure out to move forward with social audio. Thank you so much. And I'm, I'm I'm at the destination so I'm going to just become a listener. Thank you.
Space and I here's the things lava we I actually had like this problem with my Wi-Fi and I ended up canceling it and you were, you know, you were talking something, and I'm sorry you were not able to you know speak that day because of my silly mistake.
Kabir is really powerful. What he told like, yeah. What he, you know, gives like his output to this space pretty much like, I really think it's very important people know about this powerful tool as well, you know, again, the power of networking, people power of networking, you know, you gotta talk, you gotta spread that, you know?
He just stopped like that. Yeah. That's like the perfect example, right? We host these faces. He cops in, we connect it. And now I feel like I should spread the message. Why not? Why not be an ambassador? Because I would promote myself, too. Because then people see the space is recorded right there. All search, right. So it's like some users, like I help myself by promoting it, and I'm an ambassador on top. So, yeah, it's great.