HandyHost is an application built by HandyOSS. The software utilizes a GUI interface that makes it super easy to deploy nodes and offer hosting services for Sentinel, Akash, and SIA. Sentinel nodes also allow connected users to resolve any Handshake TLD/SLD on the go. We’ll be going in depth on how it all works for the end-user, and how they can use it to make a profit with an at home computer while maintaining very low electricity costs and resources.


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(00:52) the handshake house at miami hack week 2022 [Music] all right so uh last but definitely not least handy host i’ve been i’ve been watching you guys since since the uh since i the release i saw a few months ago so it’s really exciting fistful um what are you thinking how are you feeling i’m feeling good i’m ready for these guys to carry it home you know uh handy oss has been huge in the handshake ecosystem giving out grant building great tech building just great stuff so i’m really excited for

(01:33) them to be able to do kind of a live demonstration as well as overview of uh what they’ve built over here because i think that uh this uh you know is kind of a cornerstone of um of the d-web and you know having all these protocols work together um but yeah won’t i won’t i’ll let you guys take it away from here all right and then yeah johnny who’s there name community manager name based in the chat let’s finish small strong strong day one great this is a great session and and it’s an amazing day so take away thomas

(02:07) and alex we’ll uh hide ourselves here go ahead alex all right um yeah so yeah really glad to be here um you know high fives to everybody all around really cool community it’s uh really really amazing so yeah handy host uh you know i’m alex handy oss co-founder here with my good friend and colleague thomas he’s also a co-founder two of three parts other part being stephen mckee we all founded this uh this division about three years ago um you know in the very early days of handshake you know we got pulled in to

(02:43) write the first minor uh the gpu minor way back i mean it feels like years ago right well literally years ago but decades yeah i mean it’s crazy uh it’s it’s uh but yeah many many iterations of that and um you know really the sweet kind of point that we found with that i mean writing a minor it’s not rocket science by any means but the interface for that minor is kind of the you know the secret sauce of everything and we really pride ourselves on you know really making it easy i mean especially like when we made the

(03:13) handyminer gui uh we wanted it just be a double click thing like anybody could sign on because at that point in time you know we had no idea when asics would hit no idea what fpgas would hit we’re like okay let’s make something so that if you have a computer three at home just you know double click spin up this minor and start mining and we had a lot of success i mean you guys all saw it i mean you were there like you know in the early days asics showed up earlier of course but there was still like this

(03:38) sweet time of gpu mining and you know we we uh we pride ourselves on mining the first few blocks as well and uh just had an amazing journey and then uh you know as we know along came asics right uh so gold shell approached us early on they kind of had this really early interface for their miners and uh they were really impressed with our stuff so they actually asked us to uh you know port our stuff and support the hs1 and then eventually the hs1 plus uh so that people could have this really great experience and you know you saw some of

(04:07) the reviews probably out there on youtube from from some of the channels they just loved it right um so we got really excited about the interface side of this and so you know we kept churning stuff out eventually we pushed out handy browser and uh you know just kind of trying to push the uh push the domain as much as we could to try and get everything uh get everything going um but yeah then uh you know we uh we came to this point where you know last you know in the last bull run like you couldn’t find miners anywhere gpus were

(04:35) just you know you couldn’t find them they were super expensive and at the same time you couldn’t find an hs1 or hs1 plus we’re like well we we need to figure something out i mean a that uses a ton less energy we all have guilt about mining me and thomas have been mining for years and like man it just eats me up you know how much energy i use and we’re like how can we do something for the handshake ecosystem to monetize and you know provide some financial freedom to people with hardware the same way that we’re kind of

(05:01) seeing the success with uh with handyminer early on so which brings us to handy host you want to hit the next slide thomas sure so yeah in ghosts what is it why do we make it i’m passing it passive income right uh that’s kind of the point um so we wanted to make something that you know easy easy to just you know click a couple times spin up this thing you know so essentially we have a node.

(05:24) js server running on your machine locally and then it spins up all these services for you keeps them up to date and patched you know whenever there’s a release of either any of these components or handy host you get an in-app update that says hey update your stuff so everything is uh you know as buttoned down as we can make it right um and then we uh we picked some services that were perfect in the dweb ecosystem to run on top modular we can make many more as we want we’ll show you the road map in a little

(05:52) while but these are the first three candidates that we thought made a lot of sense uh to to make uh so first dvpn and in the parents there you see hnsd so wpn sentinel as the name implies it’s uh it’s vpn it’s decentralized right so you can uh basically bandwidth mine you’re selling your extra bandwidth we’ve all got fiber now right so you got a bunch to go around so you might as well monetize that and the double bonus there it’s running hnsd under the hood so that you can actually anybody you know is

(06:23) connecting to your node they can resolve their names and the double bonus there like for me when i go out on the road i maybe want to you know i’m on mobile i maybe want to resolve some handshake names i can pay myself money uh dvpn to connect securely to my own node here at my house and resolve names on the go for mobile so it was this really cool kind of double bonus effect of running this right and so i’m going to go by effort here then we go over to saya uh saya was you know a little bit heavier lift to

(06:51) implement the dvpn not bad um but yeah this is like a summerlong project for us but yeah saya was it was really cool i mean we were really impressed by like you know kind of the stack there it’s been around forever um and it’s really fun to uh to sell storage right um and it was you know really really quick and dirty to get up and running uh we you know pride ourselves on a lot on the visualization side so there’s lots of graphs charts and all kinds of fun stuff to look at while you experience this

(07:20) and then last but not least definitely not least was the cash cash is like really game so we’ve had to tear apart and rewrite a cache i feel like twice now just getting things right like it’s it’s really early sometimes things break sometimes they work great so so lots lots of like band-aids everywhere keeping it together but it’s starting to stabilize now they’re working on version like 0.

(07:43) 15 which is a lot better in my opinion so uh yeah it’s early days but really exciting but a cache basically like handy host is like this master node right and from there it runs a whole kubernetes cluster which is what a cache is it’s basically like you’ve got the blockchain and then you’ve got a kubernetes cluster and then from there you’re deploying uh deep you know essentially docker containers within your kubernetes environment through a cache and making money doing that so you kind of got these services bundled up

(08:10) under handy host and uh you know it’s just really easy like the hard you know really easy it’s extremely hard behind the scenes you can imagine like with handy host i can double click and you know install the thing but then for from the kubernetes side like setting up a full cluster with no command line is insane right i mean to the extent that like we can pop a thumb drive into my handy host machine i can flash the latest ubuntu long-term support uh you know custom image onto this thumb drive fully unattended so

(08:42) that i can plug that into any of these you know nodes like if i want to build my own server racks or if i got extra hardware laying around i can just like it’s the most dangerous usb i own to be honest because like you plug it in you turn the machine on it owns that machine do it wipes everything takes over the drive phones home securely to uh to register itself and then you build your cubing redis cluster with another click right not easy task but like super rewarding at the end of the day uh when you can spin up a cluster that easily

(09:11) uh and i guess that’s all i have on this side you want to pop to the next one thomas there we go cool so yeah hardware side um and you know again we have we have a youtube channel and like on our github page we have all these builds really well documented so i’m not going to go like into great detail on these builds here here but like you know you want to build any of these we got the guides for it and thomas makes a lot of these builds too um you know of like you know these uh these raspberry pi builds

(09:38) but basically uh you can you can start small and build up so like the raspberry pi for we use these a lot like i use it for a dvpn node and it’s you know it’s a couple hundred bucks for the ultimate setup when you pop on an nvme drive over usb 3. um so it’s you know it’s a super low entry point you can also pop on some storage to that and then run a smaller cyano node if you want and as well one of the things i do with mine is i run a cash provider so kind of like the brains like the the the blockchain interactions and all

(10:10) those things happen on this cash provider node it schedules all these things that get you and it just kind of manages things so you know really low footprint uh nice entry point excuse me uh but second on this list is our master node and we call it the ferrari because it’s got tons of leds and uh you know it’s uh we uh you know thomas and i build these uh pretty standard mining rigs so it was kind of nice for us to like build this fancy kind of it looks like a gaming computer but it’s not a gaming computer

(10:39) at all yeah and they uh man it’s uh yeah like we’re uh kind of these this stacking where we’ve got you know in my build i’ve got six four 24 terabytes i think thomas has eight on his um yeah all right i stepped it up a little bit but it’s basically the same exact thing just uh just two extra hard drives that’s it yeah and there’s a god some guy had like crazy cable combs on his mind like you know you know i try to keep the cable mess good but some guy has like cable combs on the sata cables it looks really good

(11:19) but yeah i mean this same build like i mean it cost me like 1100 close to maybe 1200 now to build um but yeah so uh you know you can also strip down if you don’t because you could probably get away with building the same machine for like 800 900 and it uses really low energy i mean the energy you’re using to provide saya disk space i mean it’s the cost of spinning disks like i haven’t hooked up a wattman to mine but like you know it’s it’s definitely a lot less energy usage than than mining for sure

(11:51) which is what i like i mean because really like dude 800 or 900 dollars uh you can’t even get a good gpu for mining with that let alone like any asic so like you know if you can run something like this you’re providing to the community um you know it’s uh yeah it’s it’s it’s kind of a win-win for everybody and you’re monetizing that and then on the further on the right-hand side we’ve got the akash cluster nodes and these uh these are you can really bring your own anything to this table if you want to

(12:20) make your server build make your server build we start pretty low and build up from there so these are like the u2 bolts that we use they’re like a four core but eight threaded cpu again a cache it has to be an x86 cpu um and and that’s that’s really the only requirement so you can’t make like a raspberry pi cluster i did actually thinking i could because you know it wasn’t documented yet but guess what you can’t use arm so x86 it has to be on a cache but that’s the only real requirement from

(12:49) the hardware side and then of course you know use nvme storage because it’s fast uh people are going to be renting these servers from you so you want it to be good quality of service and you can you know for these nodes like i usually run mine with 8 to 16 gigs but you can go up to 32 gigs of ram and as well like you know you start small and scale up i mean you could have one node i think thomas you got four now right yeah four running right now yeah yeah we’re using the uh the uduble gears that’s that’s where we started

(13:18) with and uh they they are amazing very easy to set up um very clear instructions whenever you first get them as well and then as far as the cache literally that usb drive that alex was talking about literally you plug it in and boot it up and it does its own thing and it’s ready to go within what 10-15 minutes yeah no coding required yeah it’s nice yeah we even put it uh you know notifications like right in the ui like once that machine is up it is phoned home it says i’m set up like you get a nice notification move on down the

(13:50) line to the next machine and get set up yes i’m super proud of that part um yeah i guess with that you want to walk us through your setup there thomas because yeah i know you’ve got all this stuff up right now yeah uh let me go ahead and uh share that screen and give you a live demo of what handy hosts looks like i think we got it now yep yeah so we added uh of course we have to add some fancy animations let me go ahead and show that off and i’m gonna go ahead and start off with uh sensible and all of this you know just like alex

(14:28) was talking about it’s all the gui interface everything is is extremely easy uh no coding required um first thing you notice after you get it up and running is the hns portion right here so just like alex said earlier you know you can technically connect back to your own uh handy host node and you can open up any handshake tld or sld on the fly you know while you’re mobile doesn’t matter it’s it’s going through a vpn connection back to your own internet connection which is really nice um here is just some some stats right here

(15:01) with the bandwidth usage i don’t have that much stuff going on but as you see you know a couple hits here and there but you can scroll over you can see how much bandwidth to download and upload and then also per user as well i think i can kind of see a little bit easier here but like as you have like multiple people on here you can kind of kind of start browsing through here and seeing how much bandwidth each user is using and you have your active sessions um as far as i mean configuration it’s all simple stuff uh you do have to set up

(15:36) your stuff on your router as far as your open imports but i mean this is all just extremely easy stuff um pretty much anybody can do it you can haul and start node here we’ve been pushing out updates if we get updates or whenever we push out an update to the users you’ll get an update notice right here on the left hand side and you can’t miss it and it’s basically a one-click updater um makes things extremely easy um and this is you know as far as with sensitive dvpn i mean you can connect to anybody else’s note if you chose to as

(16:16) well um anybody else that’s running handy host and you know anybody sharing bandwidth and it’s all passive income for the bandwidth that’s being used um so let me go ahead and switch it on over to uh i’ll do saya next and basically the same thing with this one um you have to open up ports on your router um you get your host score and that’s that’s done by saya i have a pretty decent internet connection but i’m also running like three three different uh handy host devices at the house um

(16:54) on my main computer this one right here um i think it’s uh 32 terabytes uh go right over here to storage um a little bit off i mean they’re they’re four four terabytes each on on each hard drive but you can easily add more storage you can add more folders and save it um here’s all your configuration stuff i mean it’s it’s all very straightforward um calculating your own numbers i mean we even integrated in here averages so people can tell what kind of average price that people are selling their

(17:29) storage for that way it gives you kind of like a general idea um and here in dashboard let me show off some more of this stuff right here with uh contracts you see how many active contracts you have i mean it gives you a lot of stats and then on each bubble this is each of your contracts and it’ll tell you you know the proof of deadline when it expires uh your revenue that’s going to be potentially coming from it um the collateral used for that contract um and then down here you can also see how your earnings

(18:04) um how much you brought in so far all your potential i mean some of these i believe most of my contracts are about max 180 i think it’s 180 days that i set it for so they are kind of lengthy and then a lot of times they they do renew so you know until until it does expire out that’s you know kind of holds off postpones whenever you get that that payout but i mean the more the more the better you know i’d like for more people to use use my storage as much as possible and generate even more earnings

(18:36) um and then down here you can see your total storage so this right here is only showing 22 terabytes almost 23. um and then your registry used there’s some really good stats out of it you can go through all these contracts and kind of you can kind of see which ones are like the big hitters and once again all passive income which is really nice about all of this and then let me go ahead and switch on over to a cache so just like i mean alex we talked about it earlier i have four udu bolts running right now so you can see that the

(19:14) providers online um to show all your leases that are active how many leases that you’ve closed those are ones that you started and then you know the renter has has closed it um how many open bids and this does do an auto bidding system as well so whenever you go to go through your setup you can set what kind of price that you want for all of your clusters or your pods really and it’ll as the market has more open orders a cache on our end will automatically bid on those so there’s no user input on your on your end

(19:52) and then here is bids closed i mean these are all my bids that it’s automatically put in without no work on my end whatsoever and as you can see you know bids loss you know people outbid me and that’s i’m fine with that um you can see some use some stats from your uh from your clusters and then some more individual stats as well per cluster so let me go ahead and show excuse me here goes uh marketplace um there we go i should brought some water in here sorry about that guys um but here goes uh this is the

(20:33) marketplace this is where all the bidding happens so you can see if you want to view like what other people are uh renting for as far as pricing so you can kind of like maybe change up your pricing structure if you chose to but there’s a lot of information you see all your beds your leases um and once again your provider logs and this is always going gives you more information um and here goes configuration it’s all very easy stuff with a gui interface and that was what we want to do with handy host is make it as easy as

(21:08) possible for anybody to just install it and get it up and running without being a tech guru yeah and one of the things too it’s uh you won’t see it here in this configuration you’ll see it on our youtube channel but we actually have a full configurator like walkthrough so when you come into a brand new instance it literally like is like a wizard walks you through like step by step what up and running so it’s it’s like extremely uh user ease uh to you to get things set up and that is it for my demo i mean that’s

(21:46) pretty much everything it’s all very straightforward stuff um we we take a lot of pride in handy hosts and uh we have a lot of information on our github and especially on on our youtube channel a lot of videos set up videos walkthroughs all of that awesome stuff cool yeah i’ll uh i’ll jump into kind of next steps and road maps um for for everything that we’re doing um so uh we’ve got some lower lower hanging fruit here for integration candidates um helium was one that uh we we actually started with helium i’ve got my little

(22:27) hot spot here it’s funny they they came out you can buy all the tech for a diy hot spot or ford or rather it’s really cheap it cost me like 100 bucks for you know there’s just a standard raspberry pi i think this one’s a three as well and you just buy this hat and this this radio tech that it snaps on and you get an antenna and a gps that pops on uh at the point when we started doing this in the summer uh the packet forwarders were not monetized yet they were kind of on the helium road map it was tbd then it

(22:56) ended up happening this fall so this past fall so it’s something that we’re going to revisit pretty quick here of you know being able to add on and manage and keep up to date your diy helium nodes i mean i’m sure you guys have looked at the prices of helium nodes it’s insane so yeah if you can build one of these for a hundred bucks and it’s as easy as snapping on some tech and uh you know literally like a you know much like our other things like looks like we might have lost alex there he does have some uh

(23:37) not the best internet um okay well he can uh he can join back but uh if you could do you feel comfortable going through the map and everything um alex has more more in depth with road map um i would really like for him to speak on that behalf let me look at the q a oh okay wait it looks like we got him back okay there we go yeah you’re all good weird yeah i could totally hear you guys it was like yeah i don’t know all right uh so did you guys hear everything i said about the uh helium hot spots yeah about how you can just kind of snap it

(24:17) all and plug and play and just go word okay cool yeah so uh second candidate uh that we’re looking at is audios um audio uh there’s there’s been rumors that uh you know at some point in the last few months that you can basically monetize hosting things for audio audios um and one of the things that that i had a lot of fun doing in the past was making audio visualizers so there’s potential of uh you know basically uh us building visualizers that pop into you a cache and then talk to your audience

(24:47) nodes and you basically rent out audio visualizers as a service so that’s kind of something it’s still out there in the ether but you know we’re thinking about it uh and then third i think this is probably the lightest lift to be honest is dvpn client they released a cli client a while back they have mobile apps but there’s no no kind of pc computer app yet for dvpn so we’ve been thinking about that one as well integrating that a but then b on our end as well on the server side popping in dane into the mix because

(25:17) that’s not there in dvpn right now i would love it to be uh so that’s something that we’re looking at of you know putting out our own dvpn client and then providing dane uh you know contributing that to the dvpn ecosystem so everything’s nice and tidy um then the large lifts um handy client uh so you know you probably saw this stuff of you know of handy host and we kind of set it up intentionally this way of providing you know starting up a lot of kind of the server-side ecosystem of think about aws

(25:48) right so think about the aws management console and you can draw a lot of parallels into what we’re doing here right so think of you know handshake being like a route 53 for your domain management right i mean we could you know it’s pretty ideal to uh you know to bolt in handshake there for tlds slds etc uh and then you’ve got you know your s3 which is very much you know like like saya and a cache of course servers so i mean between those three there’s so much potential to kind of make like this

(26:17) client interface much like the aws console where like you know you can pretty much plan out your whole topology for larger apps so i want this database i want an elastic search i want a graph database whatever that is like be able to configure that on the fly for a cache and then manage everything else you know network it together whether that be through dvpn for kind of your vpn uh you know your vpc type configurations and as well have all the services live through handshake i mean it’s like you know part of me is like we’re doing

(26:47) all this you know bringing this to the people but at some point we’re going to want to say let’s just bring them to us and like you know everything’s running handshake every machine every server they’re all just like we’re inventing our own internet let’s just start using eating our own dog food like make them come to us so i think it’s you know we want to make it really easy for people to to you know integrate all these services and really kind of decentralize what aws is doing and you know just

(27:13) bringing all these things together man love the love you guys but uh yeah that’s that’s kind of like our grand vision for all this stuff is uh you know we’ve set up all the infrastructure side and now it’s time to start kind of building the user experience that’s going to make all this fun and easy and bring everything that we’re all doing together because i mean we’re all working our asses off on this stuff i mean it’s uh let’s let’s bring it all together and uh you know and

(27:37) build something crazy so yeah i mean with that like uh that’s pretty much all i’ve got here we can finish a few minutes early and just pop over to qa if you guys are into it yeah man let’s do some uh q a uh here the first question from johnny why is it called handy host if it doesn’t mind hns no that’s a great question i mean initially uh you know we we’ve got handy in front of all of our things i mean it’s it’s mainly because uh you know dvpn bundles in uh you know hnsd into it so you can resolve

(28:11) handshake names initially we wanted to bundle in our existing handyminer code base into everything and you know you could pop in an hs1 or hs1 plus but those are like non-existent now you can’t even find them uh but really you know it’s just because like you know we started in the handshake ecosystem you can resolve names and ultimately in the big picture handshake is the thing that’s gluing everything together so in this case it’s less about mining and more about passive income generation yeah for sure i remember seeing uh

(28:42) steven on twitter saying that anybody can use handy and it just means that you’re using uh or you’re doing stuff uh open source and and uh for public good all right and next question is see a coin mining actually worth it given all the costs involved with burning out hard drives i mean thus far it has been um you know i probably on my machine i make it depends on the price anyways but between like 40 and 60 dollars a month which is more than i would make off of my you know off this probably around the same energy of an hs1 so i

(29:19) mean i think it is especially like i’m a long-term holder of saya i mean i’m like you know i mean i’m waiting for those days when it’s back to six cents and beyond and then it’s extra worth it so i mean i think it depends if you’re gonna like you know be a short-term holder and and sell right away i don’t i honestly don’t you know i mean that’s really your judgment call but i would say as a person who believes in this whole ecosystem and especially in the project yeah absolutely worth it

(29:52) all right and last question from steven can a user deploy hsd node using handy host in the future yeah absolutely um yeah and we uh you know once we’re kind of waiting on a cache for this one um because you can’t uh there’s like you can’t kind of name your ports uh on a cache right now and that’s that’s the problem like so when i say you know to a cache i want to deploy something on a cache uh give me these specific ports for my app it maps them to something else so you know if i wanted to say deploy a resolver well hey

(30:26) great you know 53 i can’t use that’s off limits for me so you know they’ve said though they’re going to have named ports in the future so that way i can set my ports you know i want the uh you know 12037 or whatever it is for the uh you know for for running a note and having it communicate all that good stuff with peers like you know we we kind of need those ports but absolutely that’s uh that’s huge in our our vision all right awesome uh well we still got like a pretty good amount of big chunk of

(31:00) time um i don’t know if anybody else in the chat has any other uh questions that they want to ask or let me see or if you guys want to talk about anything else maybe anything bigger picture past handy hosts uh past handy oss that you wanted to cover and talk about uh i mean we yeah we uh part of our other passion project is uh you know all about kind of uh you know bringing sustainable produce and food into the mix but that’s like i mean it’s way out there in terms of like does it really take much uh but yeah it’s still very uh you know

(31:43) very under wraps but it’s something that we’re pretty passionate about uh what about the whole uh oh sorry sorry uh uh what about the whole uh dex grid thing are you guys uh working on that with uh stephen or is that his uh own thing that’s that’s uh yeah that’s all steven pretty much oh okay gotcha gotcha awesome thank you so much alex and thomas it’s really cool and yeah i mean uh i remember i followed you you guys helped me out i got a hs1 when i just first got in the handshake and uh raspberry pi set up i remember

(32:21) that it was really cool and in the telegram group you guys ransom like i think thomas was and stephen were answering my questions this time was really cool thanks for everything you do for handshake yeah they have their own telegram too i’m actually gonna drop that in the chat for anybody that would like to join um they will answer all your questions very available um to help you get set up help get you some passive income and and uh support the network you know andy host up computer right it’s the website

(32:59) um is that the best oh yeah i got it right there so i typed in in the chat too okay we um we can cut it a little early if you guys want to unless you uh there’s other last minute questions or uh anything that anybody wanted to cover uh there’s one question in the main chat any potential ad urbits to handy host urbit or deweb whitelist projects it’s some ryan he put it in the event feed yeah i haven’t i’ll look into it for sure i mean we’re always open to any you know any projects that are out there

(33:42) uh that can kind of plug in i mean we’re totally open to it because i mean there’s there’s tons of tools that uh you know we’ve either heard of or haven’t heard of or thinking about but you know there’s so many to keep up with that you know are ready or not so yeah always uh you know let us know um and we’ll absolutely look into it awesome and ann has given us a reminder i know it’s i think we can use this time for networking you know there there’s a there’s table mode in air meet in this

(34:09) event uh i know between a break some people have not found that or been aware of of that so we could leverage this time for networking um i don’t know if thomas or alex want to hang out or not but there’s i think anybody here can go to those tables that’s the benefit of coming here live staying up late or getting up early wherever you are in the world to uh to make some real contacts and connections as well as learn so i think the way to get there in airmen is when we finish this session the air meet will stay open it’s gonna be the

(34:41) same link for the next two days so this is just the end of day one day two and three will be in the same url so you can just bookmark the link and rejoin um but you can go into tables it’s called lounge and there’s also booths and booths have videos and you can interact with those uh sponsors to connect with them again thank you to our our three cornerstone sponsors kinetic capital uh also impervious as well as a handshake institute uh and they have booths in as well so if you’d like to use either the booths or the

(35:16) lounge to uh to network in tables it’s uh it’s definitely for everyone here uh people here everybody in this room uh in this event is still very early right there’s still so much opportunity in the space i mean uh maybe we’ll leave it at that i don’t know if you want to add to that where we are in the space i mean right alex or thomas do you want to head uh yeah i mean to me like i mean being an old guy like it feels like the internet back in the 90s like it’s so exciting like and there’s so much potential like and

(35:47) all this energy man it’s uh yeah that’s what i get excited about it feels like that again it’s true it’s true okay so i think with that we’ll we’ll wrap up for day one officially tomorrow day two will be starting at 12 p.m pacific for a uh a auction and then a speech from uh from angry mouse nick and then a little bit more auction it’ll be a ukraine auction for fundraising and then we’ll go into our our our sessions and then day three will start at 12 noon pacific again for the

(36:20) handycon auction with dot s and others um we’ll be announcing those uh in twitter and other channels but for now let’s let’s wrap up day one what do you think fistful great job everybody yeah yeah thank you everybody who stuck around for the whole thing uh you’re ready for two more days of uh really good jam-packed content uh really good speakers lined up uh and and learning uh i definitely learned some stuff today i had a really great time here today uh listening to everybody i hope you guys did as well

(36:53) and thank you again for uh sticking through those uh technical difficulties that we had uh throughout uh yeah thanks for staying strong guys really really i appreciate it i think yeah we’re getting it and uh yes same same ear me link um and then of course hashtag handycon2022 on twitter there’s a lot of cool stuff happening on twitter and uh we’ll see you in the networking thanks everybody thank you for having us all right see you guys [Music] [Applause] [Music] god [Music] so [Music] kinetic is a blockchain crypto

(38:05) investment firm based in hong kong and puerto rico founded in 2016 they were the first fund in hong kong and one of the earliest in asia with a portfolio of over 220 companies they were seed investors in such projects as ethereum parity and polka dot solana ftx and of course handshake in name base [Music] founder johan chu was an active investor and supporter of the handshake ecosystem over one hundred thousand domains co-founder of d-web foundation co-founder of handicon and sponsor of the handshake house at miami hack week

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